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Golden Tulip Seeb - Muscat Hotels

Golden Tulip Seeb

Exhibition Street, Muscat - Map
3.5 out of 5 (137 reviews)
Holiday Inn Muscat Al Seeb - Muscat Hotels

Holiday Inn Muscat Al Seeb

Al Hail, Muscat - Map
4.3 out of 5 (63 reviews)
Stay different at Holiday Inn Muscat Al Seeb. Set amidst a picturesque landscape, Holiday Inn Muscat Al Seeb exudes serenity …More
The Chedi Muscat - Muscat Hotels

The Chedi Muscat

P.O. Box 964 18th November Street, Muscat - Map
4.6 out of 5 (304 reviews)
Grand Hyatt Muscat - Muscat Hotels

Grand Hyatt Muscat

Shatti Al Qurm, Muscat - Map
4.3 out of 5 (81 reviews)
Best Western Premier Muscat - Muscat Hotels

Best Western Premier Muscat

Way 3341, (Off Dohat Al Adab Street), Muscat - Map
4.2 out of 5 (91 reviews)
The BEST WESTERN PREMIER Muscat opened its doors in the summer of 2012, a 4 star non-licensed business hotel located in the …More
Remas Hotel Suites - Muscat Hotels

Remas Hotel Suites

As Salaam Street, Muscat - Map
Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat - Muscat Hotels

Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat

Al Khuleiah Street Po Box 939, Muscat - Map
4.1 out of 5 (97 reviews)
Park Inn by Radisson Muscat - Muscat Hotels

Park Inn by Radisson Muscat

Sultan Qaboos Street, Muscat - Map
3.8 out of 5 (82 reviews)
ibis Muscat - Muscat Hotels

ibis Muscat

130 Al Azaiba Dohat Aladab Road, Muscat - Map
3.5 out of 5 (77 reviews)
The Ibis Muscat is conveniently located in the Al Khuwair area,off Sultan Qaboos street, the main road of the city, which …More
Eastin Residences Muscat - Muscat Hotels

Eastin Residences Muscat

Plot No.9, Building No. 312, Way No. 65, Muscat - Map
3.5 out of 5 (27 reviews)
Eastin Residences Muscat is located on a sea road connecting Al-Seeb and Al Athiba in the north of Muscat. The Seeb corniche …More

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    Accommodation In Muscat

    Explore the beaches, mountains and desert sand dunes of mysterious Oman. Our Muscat hotels will give you the perfect opportunity to discover this capital city, where ancient heritage meets contemporary modern life, also voted the ‘Cleanest Arab City’. Archaeologists believe that this area was first settled about 10,000 years ago. Since that time, the region has seen a number of different settlers and wars, including Syrians, Babylonians, Portuguese and Persians. Now you have the golden opportunity to see what all the fuss was about.

    The annual Muscat Festival in February is very popular and held in two locations. Naseem Park hosts many of the festivities and has daily 10 minute fireworks displays. The Amerat Public Garden has a heritage village and regular live entertainment. There are also plenty of beach sports events during the festival. Another popular event in Muscat is the camel racing at Al Seeb racecourse. No matter what time of year you come, you'll enjoy the main port area of Mutra Corniche, which offers beautiful photo opportunities at sunset. The Bawshar Tombs are also very popular and are famous for their unusual circular shape. They are said to have been built between 100 and 200 BC. The Grand Mosque is another must-see landmark, but you need to make sure you dress modestly when visiting. The Sultan's Palace is closed to the public but makes for some great photographs from the outside harbour wall. Tours are available of the Royal Opera House, which was only built in 2011, and already hosts some of the world's best performers. To find out more about the area's fascinating history, head to the Muscat Gate Museum. After seeing all of the important landmarks, there's still so much fun to be had in Muscat. Some of the adventures that await include diving, 4WD desert exploring, fishing, boating, jet skiing, snorkelling, climbing, caving, turtle-watching and dolphin-watching.

    While you're in Muscat, you'll most likely taste traditional marinated meat and rice dishes. You'll find that lunch is the main meal and dinner is usually much lighter. You will also find that Lebanese, Indian and Turkish cuisine abounds. Make sure you try the spiced bitter coffee while you're here. There's also plenty of fresh seafood to try. If you want to pick up a souvenir, head to Mutrah Souq, the traditional Arabic market, where you can buy Omani artefacts, textiles and antiques.

    Muscat is the gateway to discovering all of Oman, so check out our cheap flights to Muscat. The airport is 40km from the city centre and public transportation is almost non-existent in Muscat, so you best hire a car from the airport if you don't want to spend a fortune on taxis. Book your Muscat accommodation now and get ready for an adventure in the Arabic desert.

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