Alila Jabal Akhdar Muscat
Alila Jabal Akhdar overlooks inspiring views of the Al Hajar Mountains. Favored among hotels in Nizwa, the premises is a haven for adventure travelers, nature lovers and those seeking a retreat from the desert heat. This property serves alcohol at one or more of its outlets.
Golden Tulip Seeb Muscat
The property is nearby to the international airport. This property serves alcohol at one or more of its outlets.
Ramada Qurum Beach Muscat
Minutes from the diplomatic quarter and other major leisure and business attractions in Muscat. This property does not serve alcohol at its outlets.
Grand Hyatt Muscat
Recommended for holidays, leisure and business travelers. This property serves alcohol at one or more of its outlets.
Park Inn Muscat
Recommended for Leisure and Business travelers. This property serves alcohol at one or more of its outlets.
Radisson Blu Muscat
Within a 3-kilometer radius lie notable landmarks like the Royal Opera House, Sultan Qaboos Mosque and one of the oldest Arabic markets
Crystal Suites Muscat
This hotel is convenient for holiday and corporate business travel. This property does not serve alcohol at its outlets.
Holiday Inn Muscat Al Seeb
Very centrally located and an ideal option for business and leisure travelers. This property serves alcohol at one or more of its outlets.
Golden Oasis Hotel Muscat
This is a good hotel for both business and leisure travelers with a budget. This property does not serve alcohol at its outlets.
Find your Middle Eastern paradise
There's something serendipitous about Muscat. This tropical city sitting on the Gulf of Oman is small enough to make you think you've stumbled upon it by accident, but with such an expanse of cultural and historical attractions that the days seem too short. Your chanced-upon paradise may come in the form of the city itself or the luxurious hotels that line its portion of coastline.
Seek out 5-star opulence at either the Al Bustan Palace or The Chedi Muscat, which both make you feel like royalty as you stroll along their lengthy pools, passing under palm trees and gazing out at the ocean before you.
A piece of home with the exotic
Stepping into a foreign country can be a challenge for some; leaving behind all the known comforts leaves travellers feeling slightly overwhelmed. When staying in Muscat, you'll experience plenty of the exotic unknown such as the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, Al Alam Palace and Muscat Gate Museum. However, thanks to the world-wide hotel brands offering lodgings within the city, you won't need to forgo all the homely comforts.
With Crowne Plaza, Grand Hyatt, Radisson Blu, Holiday Inn, Park Inn, Best Western, InterContinental and plenty more brands to be found, you can perfectly mix the West with Middle East. Needless to say, these renowned brands provide a high standard of service and facilities.
Amongst the city's inner sights and sounds
Muscat proves itself more than capable of delivering beachfront accommodation, but what about the inner city areas? Staying slightly back from the coast places you within the bustling districts home to traditional souks and modern shopping malls. From inland hotels, such as the City Seasons Hotel and Samara Hotel, you can step out into the thriving culture of Muscat.
Stroll over to local restaurants serving Arabian and Lebanese food, or duck into one of the 'coffee shops' for a refreshing beverage. You'll still be able to make your way to the beach, and with your hotel in the city, you can fall asleep to the sight of Muscat right outside your window.