The sun reflections on the mirror-smooth washed out hem of the Arabian Sea and the leaves of the coconut palms gently swaying in the wind leave no doubt about it - a true bathing paradise on the Gulf of Oman awaits you in Salalah.
The day begins at Anantara Al Baleed Salalah with an enjoyable breakfast at the main restaurant Saklan, which you can enjoy either outside or inside in the light-flooded interior. For lunch and dinner, a wide-ranging, international buffet with live cooking stations and changing theme specials await you here. Asian cuisine enthusiasts will get their money's worth in the elegant Mekong, while Mediterranean aroma lovers will be in their element in the Almina with its palm-fringed terrace. For special moments, private dinners are also possible at a location of your choice - let yourself be pampered with fine creations by candlelight on the beach. The resort bars provide you with refreshments and fruity cocktails throughout the day.
With its favourable location between the sea and lagoon as well as the city and desert landscape, the Anantara Al Baleed Salalah scores with a versatile leisure activities programme. Take advantage of the perfect marine conditions to dive for exotic fish and shimmering corals or become active in stand-up paddling. Those who prefer to stay on land will find a fully-equipped fitness centre and tennis court with bespoke training opportunities. Deep relaxation with Indian, Thai and oriental influences is guaranteed at the spa, which is designed entirely in the style of a traditional hammam. Natural ingredients such as essential oils, frankincense, coconuts and banana leaves are used here for soothing massages and wellness treatments. Fancy new adventures? Stroll through the narrow streets of the souk and look out for handmade souvenirs.
Situated directly on the gently sloping sandy beach in the southeastern part of Salalah, the Anantara Al Baleed Salalah is an ideal starting point for a variety of activities. The towering coconut palms and surrounding banana plantations add to the charm of the region. No wonder that this coastal strip in southern Oman is often referred to as the Caribbean of the Orient. The numerous incense fields and spice gardens also make Salalah interesting for the perfume industry. At the local incense museum you can learn all about one of Salalah's most important trading commodities. The capital Muscat is about 1,000 km away.