The Hilton Salalah Resort welcomes UAE holidaymakers for Oman’s annual Khareef Festival with direct flights and special packages.
The festival, which runs until end of August, celebrates the Dhofar region’s unique culture and heritage amidst mild temperatures, beautiful scenery, misty mountains, and lush greenery.
The Resort, which boasts 147 well-appointed deluxe family rooms and executive suites provides an exclusive beachfront and spectacular sea-views, is offering attractive and unbeatable packages for only Dh2,130 per person from Dubai and Dh2,265 per person from Abu Dhabi, UAE residents can fly directly to Salalah for three nights with Oman Air. In addition to return flights and accommodation, the package is inclusive of a daily buffet breakfast, complimentary return airport transfers by the hotel, and all hotel taxes and service charges.
“Salalah has become a popular destination for thousands of Gulf visitors in the summer as a break from the relentless heat,” said Guy Epsom, regional director of sales and marketing, Hilton International, Arabian Peninsula. “When the area experiences tropical rains, the mist covers the mountains and there is beautiful greenery everywhere - our resort is the perfect spot to enjoy this unique climate,” he added.
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