The Chedi Muscat features a choice of 161 modern superior rooms, deluxe rooms and private villas with full hotel services, two swimming pools, tennis courts, a boutique/art gallery, Spa facilities and a brasserie style restaurant with open kitchens.
Locally owned, it is managed by Singapore based GHM Hotels. The Chedi opened on December 20, 2002. With its contemporary minimalist Omani architecture it is a concept new to the Middle East. Denniston Architects, based in Kuala Lumpur, spearheaded by Jean-Michel Gathy, are the creative heads of the total design experience while The Restaurant is a creation of Yasuhiro Koichi of Design Studio SPIN, based in Tokyo.
The Chedi Muscat is the first GHM Hotel outside of Asia offering 85,000 sq m of lush palm gardens, water ponds and 370m of private beach, which makes it the only true five star resort in Oman, adding a new style to the present hotel scene.
The hotel's main outlet, The Restaurant, is located adjacent to the lobby overlooking the garden and beach and offers contemporary Mediterranean and Asian influenced cuisine served brasserie-style. In a modern, trendy and exceptional atmosphere the guests can watch their food being prepared while having their aperitif.
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