Resort of the Week | Modern-Moorish-Inspired Gem


Sitting by the pearly rim of the Gulf of Oman and set against a spectacular backdrop of the majestic AlHajar Mountains, The Chedi Muscat, encapsulates the mystical exoticism of the resolutely traditional Sultanate of Oman. Overlooking a private stretch of sand, its distinctive design infuses Omani architecture with Zen, Arabic, Japanese and European influences while its understated elegance combines with traditional Omani architecture creating stylish comfort and supreme luxury.

The clean, minimalist lines of the low-rise white buildings which is alongside the crystal waters of the Gulf of provide the ultimate experience when it comes to well-deserved rest and relaxation in Oman. Very conveniently located for leisure and business travelers, The Chedi is only 15-minutes away from the Muscat International Airport and a very short drive away from Ruwi, the capital city’s thriving commercial district.


With a variety of choices to suit your needs and dreams, you have an option to choose from about 156 contemporary rooms- single or double-storey suites to luxurious private villas, offering king-size beds, private terrace with unrivalled views across the gardens and ponds, Hajar mountains and the Arabian Sea, open-plan bathrooms with rainforest showers and beautiful views.

The culinary experience the Chedi offers its visitors is divine as well. Embark on an irresistible voyage of dining and entertainment pleasure at The Restaurant with four display kitchens featuring Arabic cuisine, Asian cuisine and contemporary cuisine with indoor and outdoor dining areas that are sure to promise a memorable dining experience.
With everything the Chedi has in store for its guests, it is truly a world Class-Arabian Dream!

Feature Editor: Khansa Abdul Jaleel


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