August 2012: Eid al Fitr falls at the end of Ramadan, and represents an extended holiday for both public and private sector employees in the GCC. Oman is a popular getaway particularly from the UAE, offering a total escape within driving distance for the whole family, and with direct flights from around the GCC.
The Chedi Muscat is the ideal retreat from city life, exuding understated elegance and a perfect mix of Omani architecture with a profound Asian Zen-style, set in 21 immaculately landscaped acres and direct access to a prime 370-metre private beachfront.
From 90++ OMR per room, per night including breakfast, guests can enjoy a Serai Room overlooking the Gulf of Oman or the majestic Hajar mountains. Comfortably accommodating two adults plus one child under 6 years of age, the Serai Room features a queen-size bed and built-in sofa bench. Walk-in rain shower, Bose Wave music system featuring radio and CD player, iPod, flat screen TV and Nespresso machine with tea station ensure the utmost luxury.
Guests also benefit from 10% discount on food and beverages, and 10% discount on spa treatments during their stay: spa reservations should be made when making the room reservation to avoid disappointment. In addition to a 10% discount on regular treatments in The Spa, the following promotion is available during August for just OMR 35 +17% with advance reservations:
•1 ½ hour Treatment including
•Aromatherapy Foot Polish
•Ancient Balinese Massage
The peak outbound travel period for EID occurs from 17-22 August 2012, so early reservations are highly recommended at this desirable resort.
With a recently opened 800-square meter spa boasting 13 fully contained spa suites, a 400-meter health club furnished with top-of-the-range Technogym equipment and a choice of three swimming pools including the 103-meter Long Pool, guests will never be lacking activity. Guests are also spoilt for choice with six restaurants (some seasonal hence not all open during EID al Fitr) offering indoor dining options as well as al fresco dining. The Restaurant - with its four display kitchens featuring Asian, Arabic, Indian and Contemporary cuisine; The Beach Restaurant, a beach front restaurant serving seafood dishes ; The Chedi Poolside Cabana - offering cocktails and tapas in an unrivalled setting; The Serai Poolside Cabana for casual dining and drinks plus The Arabian Courtyard and Shisha Lounge, each offering an authentic and unique Arabic dining experience; The Long Pool Cabana – Exquisitely prepared Japanese and Malay cuisine with a view of the 103m long pool.
For the ultimate in luxury, Deluxe, Deluxe Club and Chedi Club Suites are also available on request with additional benefits.
For reservations and further information, visit The Chedi Muscat website.
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