Grand Hyatt Muscat

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Why we like it

  • The Grand Hyatt is situated on a pristine stretch of beach with rooms boasting spacious balconies with Hajar mountain, city or garden views
  • Tuscany restaurant, serving Italian cuisine, is considered one of the best in Muscat. Mohka Cafe, Marjan Indonesian Restaurant and a rooftop grillhouse complete the dining options
  • The hotel has a steam room whilst professional massage, body and facial treatments are also available
  • Heated swimming pool and lazy river, and direct access to the beautiful beach of Shatti Al Qurm
  • Other facilities include the Club Olympus fitness centre, floodlit tennis and squash courts
  • The Camp Hyatt Kids Club is open to guests aged five to 12, free of charge
  • We recommend the Grand Executive Suites for families

A&K Top Tip

Seated under the silk-draped tents in the opulent lobby, Sirj Tea Lounge offers specialty teas, Arabian coffee and an array of light dishes. Seasonal specialties include an array of homemade ice-creams in the summer, along with a year round selection of fresh fruit juices.

Guest Testimonial

I think anyone, from any background, with any level of expectation, would love the Alila. This is a special place and we were very much put at our ease and made to feel at home.

- JD, London



Grand Hyatt Muscat is a striking example of Arabian architecture. Located in the heart of the diplomatic district of the city in Shatti Al Qurm, it is one of the largest and most opulent luxury hotels Muscat has to offer, with 280 stylish rooms and suites.

The rooms too display Arabian influences, but in a chic, stripped down style which leans heavily on muted, natural colours, brilliant whites and carefully chosen contemporary furnishings. Room amenities include deluxe linens, marble bathrooms with soaking tub, walk-in shower, and internet access.

The pick of the public areas is the split-level lounge and terrace on the superb Grand Club floor, which is the ideal spot for a leisurely breakfast.


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Best time to be there

Oman's climate differs from one area to another. It is hot and humid in the coastal areas in the summer between May and August, while it is hot and dry in the interior with the exception of the higher mountains, which enjoy a moderate climate round the year. The climate is best from September through to April.

Fly to

Muscat (British Airways - daily: Oman Air - daily)

flying time

7 hrs 50 minutes direct

time difference

GMT +4 hours

Visas

Required - obtainable in advance or on arrival

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations

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