Looking for a family weekend getaway this summer. Sheraton Oman Hotel's Super Saver Summer Weekend may just be the ticket.
The 217-room hotel in the heart of Ruwi's commercial district is offering a bargain rate of RO25 ($65) per night this summer with two children under 17 years of age free, complimentary breakfast for two and a late check-out of 6pm.
"Guests also get free access to the hotel's six-lane automatic bowling alley and can enjoy the facilities at the exclusive Shatti Al Qurum beach club," said a spokesman.
For the business traveller, the hotel has lined up a cool summer with a special RO40 rate for its Executive Floor Rooms which includes access to Executive Floor Lounge and deluxe continental or American buffet breakfast.
"The hotel has a wide range of entertainment facilities including some of the finest eateries, the Saba Night Club and Discotheque, a completely stocked health club and gymnasium, swimming pool and two flood lit tennis courts," the spokesman said.
The Green Mountain Restaurant in the main lobby offers theme cuisine complete with props each night of the week.
There is "Mediterranean Journey" on Saturdays, "Taste of Asia" on Sundays, "The Indian Kebab Factory" on Mondays, "International BBQ" on Tuesdays, "Seafood Night" on Wednesdays, "Arabic Night" on Thursdays, "Notte Italiana" on Fridays.
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