City trip and cultural enjoyment or beach life and profound relaxation? At the Chedi Muscat, you don't have to choose between any of the options.
Enjoy a meal under splendid glass chandeliers or in the shade of palm trees in six of the hotel's own restaurants and bars with specialties from the Middle East, South East Asia, and India. The main restaurant, which was designed by the renowned Japanese interior designer Yasuhiro Koichi in cooperation with the SPIN design studio, is your culinary hub: vaulted Arabic-style ceilings meet gleaming chandeliers, atmospheric piano ambiance meets delicacies from the show kitchen. If you can't get enough of the beach, you can enjoy freshly caught fish and seafood in the Beach Restaurant. The Arabian Courtyard is the ideal place to taste local mezze and enjoy aromatic shishas in the romantic light of torches and lanterns. In addition to the lobby lounge, the 3 pool bars also provide snacks and refreshments.
Whether you are going sightseeing in the city with its impressive Sultan Qabus mosque or spending long days at the beach on the Gulf of Oman, discover all the advantages of the Omani capital at the Chedi Muscat. Explore the traditional souk for handmade souvenirs or visit a performance at the Royal Opera House. Back at the hotel, the elegant spa, including 13 separate spa suites for treatments ranging from Ayurveda to aromatherapy, and the 700 square meter health club provide a wellness and fitness area that is unique in Muscat. Let a personal trainer coach you and subsequently enjoy a revitalizing massage.
Considering the idyllic setting between the palm garden and the sandy beach of the Gulf of Oman, it is hard to believe that when staying at the Chedi Muscat, you are only a 10-minute drive from the bustling centre of the capital. Short distances to and from the airport are guaranteed, as well as a refreshing change in leisure activities. Adventurers can take a trip to the nearby Hajar Mountains for hiking and mountain biking routes and impressive desert landscapes. Muscat itself presents itself as an interesting metropolis between urban lifestyle and Arabic traditions.