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A jewel glistening in the sun baking down on the Gulf of Oman, the Chedi Muscat invites you to indulge yourself and enjoy a holiday like no other in an unforgettable destination. A 5-star resort perched between the resplendent sea and the Omani capital, this is a place that inspires both absolute relaxation as well as a sense of adventure.
Every room within this opulent estate has been designed in a delightful blend of modern luxury mixed with a cornucopia of traditional features and each morning you can wake up in the knowledge that you have an abundance of activities and facilities to choose between throughout the day ahead.
The clear blue water and the golden beach are located just a few sandy footprints away from the hotel, and here you can either spend a few hours soaking up the sun or testing your skills at various water sports. If you’re in the pursuit of absolute relaxation, then you’ll have over 1500 sq metres of wellness to explore at the hotel’s own spa centre, which includes a range of therapies from all over the world, as well as a fitness centre and a large outdoor pool. The Chedi Muscat furthermore features 6 different restaurants, where Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine can be savoured while being surrounded by spectacular vistas and complementing contemporary interior design. A perfect setting for an evening meal while you prepare for another day full of adventures. So far we have only really scratched the surface of all the things you can do and see in Oman.
Once a destination closed off to outside visitors, the small sultanate of Oman has over the last 50 years opened up to the world around it. Today it’s a blossoming flower, ready to show off its kaleidoscope of colourful and unique sites.
The heart of this charming nation is without a doubt the nation’s capital of Muscat. Having undergone rapid modernisation since the 1970, the city has carefully manage to retain its strong sense of heritage. Start your exploration at the centre of Muscat, the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. A jaw-dropping example of modern Islamic architecture, its sheer size and ornate details are enough to make any visitor marvel. After this, stroll past the equally impressive Al Alam Palace and then either pay a visit to the National Museum or head to one of the sandy beaches for a bit of sun, sea and relaxation.
Next on your itinerary, explore the sonorous Mutrah souq. Muscat has for centuries been an important merchant port linking the Middle East with Asia and nowhere is this more apparent than in its bustling market. Here you can find lots of traditional Arab and Indian artefacts, as well as treat your taste buds to some of the delicious food available here. Oman may not be as famous and as loud as other holiday destinations along the Arabian Gulf, but it’s by far one of the most rewarding and unique gems in the region, and it’s ripe for exploring.