The Chedi Muscat
Effortlessly elegant sums up the Chedi Muscat perfectly. An architectural dream with graceful curved arches flowing into tranquil water gardens against a back drop of the majestic Al Hajar Mountains and the luminescent waters of the Gulf of Oman.
The Chedi Muscat
Spread throughout the grounds, there are a range of contemporary rooms and suites; expect lots of neutral colours (the perfect foil for the dazzling sunshine), dark wood and high ceilings. All rooms are lovely, however we recommend the über-stylish Chedi Suites, which are exceptionally generous in size and boast a private balcony or terrace, complimentary mini bar, access to the Club Lounge and private limousine transfers from the airport.
With six restaurants spanning the finest cuisine in the world, the taste buds will most definitely be tempted! The simplynamed Restaurant is for lovers of fine dining, whilst seafood aficionados should head to the Beach Restaurant. The Arabian Courtyard is the place to lounge, Sheikh-like, under flickering lanterns, on silken cushions and feast on Middle Eastern delights.
There are three swimming pools and a vast spa – and the souks and Grand Mosque of Muscat are close by for those who want to add a little culture to their stay
GLAMPING ABOARD 75” SY AZURRA
One of Oman’s least known treasures, the World Heritage Listed Dimanyat Islands are an archipelago of nine atolls, only 11 nautical miles off the coast of Muscat. Uninhabited apart from a small police outpost, the islands are a nature reserve with spectacular coral reefs, ideal for snorkelling and diving - and you are definitely far from the mobile grid! Family glamping takes on a new meaning here as you set sail from Muscat’s Wave Marina aboard the magnificent 75” sailing catamaran, SY Azzura. Azzura can cater for up to a maximum of 8 guests (perfect for two families) and you will sleep on the huge nets of the yacht under the stars – without compromising on comfort! The crew of five includes a full-time chef – food on board is a gourmet affair (wine and beer can be arranged for an extra cost). Children as young as six are encouraged to help set the course, steer the yacht and older teenagers can assist with the sails. Drop anchor off one of the atolls and spend the days snorkelling, exploring on land and fishing from the tender. The yacht will island hop for two days and if mobile withdrawal symptoms really set in, the crew can always send your mobile up the mast in an effort to send and receive messages! The best time to go is either the Easter school holidays or October half term.
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Stay two nights on board for a group of 8 people including a crew of five, all meals and activities costs £7695. International flights to Muscat are additional and we recommend combining with a stay at The Chedi Muscat.
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