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Salalah Marriott opens with a bang

March 28- Salalah Marriott Resort, the first Marriott Hotel in Oman opened with a bang at a ceremony at Mirbat Beach on March 24. Sheikh Mohammed bin Marhoon bin Ali Al Maamari, Minister of State and Governor of Dhofar region, was the chief guest at the occasion.

"With the launch of Salalah Marriott Resort, we are proud to announce the development of the Mirbat Beach project which will be the finest and most opulent address in the region," said Osama Mariam, Chief Executive Officer, Dhofar Tourism Company, SAOG, on the occasion. "We firmly believe that our partnership with Marriott International, Inc. to create a luxury beach resort in Mirbat is a sound investment for a successful future," he continued.
The hotel features 237 well-appointed rooms with guests having a choice of scenic beach or mountain views and a choice of staying in the resort's main building or in surrounding chalets offering studios and one- and two-bedroom configurations.
 

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