An elegant and convenient address for visitors to Muscat, the Sheraton Oman Hotel says it is ideally located to cater for both business and leisure travellers to the Sultanate.
The hotel which promises visitors nearly 18 years of top quality service, is located in the heart of Muscat's central business district while being in close proximity to the Omani capital's major shopping and tourist attractions.
Sheraton Oman which attracts a wide mix of European and GCC visitors, says it has seen a strong recovery in the first quarter of this year after the "undeniable" impact of the September 11 events on its business last year.
"The first quarter of the current year has seen a strong recovery pointing towards a bright future ahead," said sales and marketing director Sanjeev Tandon.
Tandon said energetic government efforts to revive the tourism sector in cooperation with industry players indicated an "even brighter" future for the sector.
He said Sheraton Oman had recently refurbished its rooms providing "excellent comfort and unrivalled luxury" with 'Divine Beds', Sheraton's newest creation for comfort and style.
The 14-storey hotel offers 217 rooms and 30 suites, each featured with ample work place, non-smoking rooms on very floor, 24 hours room service and an efficient business centre.
The hotel's Sheraton Qurum beach club in Muscat's prime shopping area of Shatti Al Qurum provides direct access to the beach and has seven guestrooms providing an atmosphere of comfort and privacy.
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