SAFEER International Hotel, the new four-star hotel located at the heart of Muscat city is specially designed to cater business executives, tourists and family visitors.
The hotel’s fusion concept with luxury facilities offers spacious rooms and suites and is only 15 minutes away from the Seeb International Airport.
The hotel has 85 well-designed rooms and suites fitted with satellite TV with multi channels. It also includes a coffee shop, 24-hour multi cuisine fine dinning restaurant and offers room service. The hotel also boasts of conferencing facilities with their multi purpose halls including facilities for conference, business meetings as well as a pool function area which can cater up to 150 people. Recreation facilities include a temperature controlled outdoor pool, health club and a children’s play room.
The hotel is owned by the Safeer Tourism & Hotel Co, which also owns the Safeer Residence, offering unique luxury villas at the best of location at Salalah. This new budget category hotel apartments are launched for the current Khareef season and have independent villas come with one- two or three bedrooms and cater to the tourists and visitors of Salalah. The villas are also equipped with fully furnished kitchen facilities offering a perfect getaway for the entire family. Rates at a three-bedroom villa for up to six persons with two children start at RO95++ ($246.5) during the Khareef season on a daily basis, at RO1200++ for a fortnight and RO2600++ for a monthly basis.
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