The Sheraton Oman Hotel will feature a host of Sheraton brand initiatives when it reopens in the fourth quarter of the year, after an extensive renovation programme.
The property, which has the proud distinction of being the tallest building in the country, will feature initiatives including having one of the first [email protected] in the region and a specifically built lounge for early check in/late check out guests.
The Sheraton Oman Hotel closed its doors in January after 20 years of operation for a major refurbishment programme whose scope covers everything but the hotel facade.
The renovated property will have 230 bedrooms featuring the Sheraton sweet sleeper beds in classic; executive, suites and long stay apartment room types. With three floors of clubrooms and an exclusive and dedicated Club Lounge on the 14th floor guests will have the best views pf the city.
Outlets include an all-day dining restaurant with interactive cooking stations that will showcase the ‘Park concept’ whereby the outdoors is brought inside; a South American Grill House featuring meats and wines from Latin America; a German themed Bar with high vaulting ceilings, leather couches, roaring log fires and German beers.
Leisure facilities will see an extensive gymnasium with a wet style Hammam area and treatment rooms; an outdoor and an indoor swimming pool plus outdoor floodlit tennis courts.
The Sheraton Oman Hotel will be repositioned as Muscat’s leading business and conferencing hotel benefiting from its central location in the Central Business District and complemented by additional conference and meeting facilities to accommodate events for up to 900 guests.
Sheraton Qurum Beach Resort – whilst the property in Ruwi is undergoing renovation the Sheraton Qurum Beach resort continues to operate.
The beach resort boasts seven bedrooms with balconies overlooking the beach at Shatti Qurum an area popular with locals and tourist alike for shopping; restaurants and coffee bars. The resort features an Asian restaurant (Sushi; Tepanyaki; Chinese and Thai cuisine); chilled outdoor swimming pool with separate kids pool; direct access to the beach; private lawns; separate gyms for men and women; Feeny’s Irish themed bar and Cleopatra’s, an Arabic nightclub.
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