The Chedi, Muscat
Where the majestic Al Hajar Mountains meet their luminous reflection in the serene waters of the Gulf of Oman, The Chedi Muscat rises amidst an elegantly landscaped twenty-one-acre garden oasis with 162 Omani influenced guestrooms and villas.
This 5-star luxury beach resort is Oman’s first contemporary beach hotel which opened its doors in 2003.
There are a total of 162 guest rooms and suites at The Chedi Hotel, each with stunning views of sparkling waters, vibrant gardens, majestic sea and mountains. Despite its capacity, the hotel is designed in such a way as to ensure a calming and relaxing stay whilst providing privacy for its guests. All rooms are generously proportioned, with luxury comforts including panoramic views of the gardens or Gulf. All Deluxe Club Rooms, Deluxe Club Terrace Rooms and Chedi Club Suites enable privileged access to The Club Lounge. Room amenities include; a safe, luxury toiletries, Nespresso coffee machine, iPod docking station, Bose music system, flat screen TV, and wifi, and also include a delicious buffet breakfast. The Deluxe Club Rooms also benefit from return airport transfers in a private limousine, daily newspapers, laundry, canapes and cocktails, amongst other perks!
Six restaurants and two lounges at The Chedi Muscat span the great cuisines and wines of the world, from the Mediterranean and the Middle East to Southeast Asia and India. Stylishly designed by renowned Japanese interior designer, Yasuhiro Koichi of Design Studio SPIN, The Restaurant blends clean Asian interiors with distinctive Omani architectural details. Their award-winning dining venues offer exquisite global cuisines. You are further spoilt with a choice of outstanding outdoor venues by the pool, beach or gardens (subject to seasonal weather conditions).
For the Adventure Seekers,head into the Wahiba Sand dunes, and summit Oman’s highest peak Jebel Shams in a 4×4 or hike to the Sultanate’s remote mountain villages where artisans still craft traditional pottery by hand. Alternatively, you can watch the equally skilled craftsmen build dhows at the harbour in Sur and visit the Corniche at dusk when the lights come on around Muttrah’s souk, a hive of Omani social activity late into the Arabian night.