Hotels in Oman
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Oman has something to offer every discerning traveller
Get to know Oman
Oman is situated on the south-eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, between Yemen and the United Arab Emirates. Hotels in Oman make it easy to visit the shores of both the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. The country is as diverse as it is exotic, with amazing cities such as Muscat, Salalah and Nizwa, and gorgeous beaches that include Al Qurum in Muscat and Al Fizayah in Salalah. Unforgettable landmarks abound – Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque in Muscat and Nakhal Fort in Nakhal, for instance. Oman boasts magnificent landscapes, such as the deserts of Sharqiya, the ‘Arabian Grand Canyon’ of Wadi Ghul and 1,700 kilometres of ever-changing coastline. The country also offers access to splendid islands, including Masirah. Just a one-hour ferry ride from Shannah, this desert retreat is nestled in the turquoise waters of the Arabian Sea and is home to sandy beaches and wildlife that includes turtles and dolphins.
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Oman Key Facts
Good to know before you book or fly
The most commonly spoken language is Arabic.
Legally, you can spend no more than 10% of your salary on alcohol and you need a licence to buy it.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When to go to Oman?
If you’re seeking warm weather, it doesn’t really matter what time of year you visit Oman. Temperatures during December and January typically plateau at around 21°C, with lows of about 17°C. Depending on how you regard strong sunshine, you’ll either want to embrace or avoid May, June and July. June, in particular, is usually the hottest month of the year, with average highs of 40°C and typical lows of 30°C. If you intend to travel with children, it’ll be easy to avoid a clash with school term times because even during December you can expect temperatures to peak at around 27°C.
Where to stay in Oman?
No matter which part of Oman you choose to visit, you’ll find accommodation that will match your tastes and budget. Take Muscat as an example. This top destination features affordable places to stay that are rated ‘very good’ to ‘excellent’. At the luxury end of the scale, there are a number of five-star hotels that come with ‘excellent’ and even ‘magnificent’ customer scores.Families visiting Oman have lots to look forward to. As well as wonderful beaches, such as Khasab in Musandam and Qantab in Muscat, there are well-reviewed waterparks, including Aqua Park in Hawana and Falaj Al Khatmain in Birkat Al Mouz. If your family enjoys a bit of culture, Muscat has several fine museums, including the National Museum of Oman. Here, you can learn all about the country’s history, from prehistoric times to the present day.Adults seeking a lively nightlife scene should make their way to Muscat, which features a fine selection of pubs and bars. Some of the best include Sama Terazza Rooftop Lounge, Trader Vic’s and Duke’s Bar.Hotels in Oman allow you to experience the romance of the desert. Couples on holiday can choose from all kinds of tours, including a camelback trek across the magnificent sands of Al Wahiba. Oman also features other kinds of natural splendour, such as Jebel Shams, the tallest mountain in the country. This awesome natural landmark is located in the Ad Dakhiliya region, roughly halfway between the cities of Ibri and Muscat.
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