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A jewel of the Gulf of Oman, the Chedi Muscat invites you to indulge yourself and enjoy a holiday like no other. 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 and traditional features.
The clear blue water and the golden beach are located just a few sandy footprints from the hotel, and you can either spend a few hours sunbathing or trying out various water sports. For relaxation, the expansive spa centre offers a range of therapies from all over the world, as well as a fitness centre and large outdoor pool. The Chedi Muscat features six different restaurants, where Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine can be savoured as you’re surrounded by spectacular vistas. Chief among these is the Arabian Courtyard, an outside terrace restaurant which is the picture of serenity and beauty, while the menu doesn’t disappoint either.
Your stay at the Chedi Muscat will be in a 33 square metre Serai Room, featuring high ceilings and oversized windows that let in an abundance of Omani sunshine. Designed in minimalist fashion, the rooms have an open-plan bathroom with rain shower and luxurious toiletries. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV, Bose sound system, iPod docking station, Nespresso coffee machine and Wi-Fi throughout.
Having only opened up to tourism in the past 50 years, the heart of the charming nation of Oman is without a doubt capital city, Muscat. Having undergone rapid modernisation since the 70s, the city has carefully retained its strong sense of heritage. Start your exploration at the centre of Muscat with 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 extensive Mutrah Souk. Muscat has been an important merchant port linking the Middle East with Asia for centuries, and nowhere is this more apparent than in this bustling market. Here, you can find lots of traditional Arab and Indian artefacts, as well as lots of delicious food to sample for the first time. With its still burgeoning reputation, Oman is by far one of the most rewarding and unique gems on the Arabian coast.