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Grand Hyatt Muscat receives two awards

Ma 26 - The Grand Hyatt Muscat received two prestigious international awards – the Rubin Business Hotel Award 2010 and the Best Foreign Cuisine in Oman presented to the hotel’s Italian restaurant Tuscany. The awards were given by German publishing house, Berliner Tageszeitung.
"Grand Hyatt Muscat’s portfolio of prominent awards is a true testament to the property's ongoing effort to offer guests authentic hospitality in a truly luxurious setting. It is a great achievement, not just for Hyatt, but for Oman, as the Grand Hyatt is now a global player in the world map of top hotels," said Thierry Bertin, Vice-President Sales & Marketing of Hyatt International- South West Asia.
Last year, the hotel received four big awards.
 

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