This place certainly makes for a worthwhile experience, with a lot of activities on offer within the hotel complex, nice beaches and a beautiful surrounding. Speaking for the Al Husn hotel, the service there was really exceptional and satisfying. However, restaurant prices are a bit exaggerated given that they serve quite average stuff and no truffles or caviar which the bill amount would suggest.
Located by the bay of Al Jissah, this Muscat resort village consists of three luxury hotels set in 124-acre grounds against a …More
We choose a far location on purpose, no pollution, no noise. Hotel is a bit outdated but very nice, clean and spacious. Huge pool, green loan, white sand beaches, friendly staff and wonderful sunset.
Breakfast buffet ok, not impressive, and restaurants have little choices.
The best part was the diving center people, we did snorkeling and scuba diving and the staff (Timo, Daya and Mateas) were extremely awsome and patient with us. They offer a free scuba trial in the pool too.
The problem was the hotel have no contact with any tourist agency to have some tours in the city of Mirbat or Salalah as a whole.
Traveller from Manama
This Mirbat resort is on the beach, 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from Tomb of Mohammed Bin Ali, and within 32 mi (52 km) of Sumhuram …More
Cost of wifi, when available, was extortionate, as were any extras such as laundry services and alcoholic beverages.
Quite a bit of walking is involved getting between facilities. Definitely need a car as it's about 20 minute drive from Salalah and absolutely nothing else around.
Overall, I enjoyed my stay probably because I went 'off location' each day after breakfast - returning late afternoon for time on beach before buffet- style dinner which was reasonably priced. All food was excellent with good selections from differing cuisines.
Traveller from scotland
This Salalah hotel is on the beach, 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from Taqah Castle, and within 16 mi (25 km) of Land of Frankincense …More
Crowne Plaza Sohar is in a nice part of the fast developing Sohar town. Lots of highway construction close to the hotel and it is easy to get lost trying to find the hotel. The hotel itself has a nice quaint look, which I imagine is representative of Omani architecture. The patio and lobby are welcoming and the lobby is tastefully done without much bling.
Traveller from Dubai, UAE
Situated in Sohar, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Sohar Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Sohar Fort and Sohar Royal Gardens …More