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Set along Qurum Beach on the Gulf of Oman, W Muscat is a 9-minute walk from the Islamic-Italianate-style Royal Opera House and 23 km from Muscat International Airport.

W Muscat

Wet Deck W Muscat

W Muscat is situated in the upbeat Shatti Al Qurum beachfront. Step inside one of their luxurious 279 rooms and suites where Omani heritage meets contemporary design. All rooms are offering breathtaking views of azure waters of the Gulf of Oman.

 

Five tantalizing restaurants offer an inimitable experience to every foodie. Savor mouthwatering steaks at CHAR, dine in style at Harvest, mix and mingle at Living Room and live it up at the WET Deck. With over 1,000 m2 of meeting space with natural daylight, this hotel is a must stay for your visit to Muscat, Oman.

 

LAVISH & SPACIOUS GUEST ROOMS IN MUSCAT

  • Guests can wake up to either a breathtaking ocean view, luscious garden or pool view

  • Every suite offers a ‘home away from home’ feeling with a unique & edgy twist

  • Relaxing guest rooms featuring the comfortable W signature beds in every bedroom

  • The WOW suite features animal prints and statues reflecting nomadic lifestyle & culture of Oman

  • The Wonderful Room with MIXBAR shaped as stacked suitcases traces back to elements of Oman’s culture

  • Guest Rooms offer subtle Arabic features with a W twist

Best Eats at W Muscat

Five tantalizing restaurants offer an inimitable experience to every foodie. Savor mouthwatering steaks at CHAR, dine in style at Harvest, mix and mingle at Living Room and live it up at the WET Deck.

CHAR (Steakhouse) $$$

Designed over two floors as the perfect spot for any occasion. CHAR blends a cool indoor & outdoor lounge with a superb restaurant, serving an extensive selection of global dishes, succulent prime steaks and other grills in a fantastic ambiance.

WET (International, Lounge, Bar) $$

1800 sqm pool that forms the W brand’s iconic WET® experience directly facing a fabulous beach with views of the coast of the Gulf of Oman. You can swim, soak up the sun & enjoy signature beverages while listening to live DJ performances.

WET Deck (South American) $$

Inspired by the Bimmah Sinkhole, a water-filled natural wonder in Oman, WET Deck is decorated with floor to ceiling mirrors which reflects glistening ocean vibes throughout the bar, giving an illusion that you are immersed in surrounding clear seawaters.

Siddharta Lounge by Buddha-Bar Muscat (Mediterranean, Asian) $$$

Siddharta Lounge by Buddha-bar is a pool lifestyle concept with food & drinks, lounge, rooftop & pool. The ideal surrounding to spend all day and evening late into the night, in a relaxing, awakening and festive atmosphere.

Living Room (Bar) $$$

The passion for design, fashion and music set the stage, but our cocktail culture fuels the social energy and highlights the Living Room as the conceptual and philosophical heart of the hotel.

Harvest (Everyday Dining) $$

Harvest is a healthy driven, seasonal restaurant merging fresh, local and organic ingredients with a flavor-forward menu that rotates regularly to let guests experience great-tasting ingredients at the peak of their freshness.

Ba Ban – OPENING SOON

Ba Ban takes its vibe from the beating heart of Shanghai encapsulated by an area known as the Bund. From pre-revolution to modern times, the Bund has been associated with fun.

 

Make sure to check out some other amazing restaurants while in Muscat

Bait Al Luban (Middle Eastern, Traditional Omani) $$

 

Teatro Restaurant (Italian) $$

Bahriyat Restaurant (Seafood) $$

Amazing Restaurants located at The Chedi Muscat

The Restaurant (European, Asian, Middle Eastern)  $$$

Elegantly curved Omani arches make a dramatic first impression in this vaulted, crystal chandelier-lit dining room, as do the contemporary cool dark grey terrazzo floors, live piano music, and expansive bay windows. Four open show kitchens add entertainment and aromas as Muscat’s finest culinary talents prepare Western, Asian, Middle Eastern and Indian fare, best paired with sips off our award-winning wine list.

The Beach Restaurant (Mediterranean, Seafood) $$$$

For a truly inspiring experience, dine along a 370-meters private beach where the creative seafood menu is accompanied by a sublime panorama of the Gulf of Oman. Soak up the sea breeze and salt air on the expansive waterfront patio or gaze out from the high ceilinged, contemporary dining room.

The Arabian Courtyard (Middle Eastern) $$$

Unwind under the star-filled Arabian sky in this outdoor courtyard and indulge in a scrumptious buffet featuring authentic Middle Eastern favorites such as shish tawook, chicken tagine, fish biryani.

Things to do in Muscat

WHEN IN MUSCAT, YOU MUST

  • Visit Al Qurum, north of the city along the Gulf of Oman with amazing sea-front views

  • Explore Muttrah, where heritage meets modernity in the ancient district, home to Sultan Qaboos Port

  • Experience Al Khuwair featuring an array of shops & cafes among commercial and residential buildings

  • Visit the Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House Muscat is Oman’s premier venue for musical arts and culture. The opera house is located in Shati Al-Qurm district of Muscat on Sultan Qaboos Street.

The Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque also referred to as the Bahwan mosque after its private financiers, is located in Bausher, Oman. It was inaugurated in 2014.

The Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is the main mosque in the Sultanate of Oman, located in the capital city of Muscat.

The mosque is built from 300,000 tonnes of Indian sandstone. The main musalla or prayer hall is square and 74.4 by 74.4 meters (244 by 244 feet) with a central dome rising to a height of 50 meters (160 ft) above the floor. The mosque is built on a site occupying 416,000 m2 (4,480,000 sq ft), and the complex extends to cover an area of 40,000 m2 (430,000 sq ft). The newly built Grand Mosque was inaugurated by the Sultan of Oman on May 4, 2001, to celebrate 30 years of his reign.

Mohammed Al Ameen Mosque

 

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