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Shangri-La Al Husn Resort & Spa

Oman, Muscat

Translating as 'castle' from Arabic, the Shangri-La Al Husn Resort & Spa is true to its name, resembling a real Arabian Palace. Opulent and majestic, the resort sits on a clifftop, overlooking the Gulf of Oman, with 180 stylish rooms and suites opened to guests over the age of 12 years. The tranquil atmosphere pervades throughout the resort with a secluded private beach, exclusive to the guests staying at the Al Husn, and two of the hotel’s four restaurants catering for over 16s only. The two neighbouring sister properties, Al Waha and Al Bandar, offer dining choices in 15 additional restaurants whilst CHI, The Spa is a must for a spot of pampering, alternatively from January 2018 a brand new boutique spa and fitness centre will also be available at  the Shangri-La Al Husn Resort & Spa.

This hotel does not allow guests under the age of 12.

The hotel has 180 rooms and suites.

Facilities

Bars and Restaurants

Shahrazad

Opening times:

19:00 - 00:30

Restrictions:

Over 16 years only

Dress code:

smart elegant, no beachwear and shorts

An authentic Arabian restaurant, featuring tastes from Morocco and the Arabian peninsula, complemented by traditional live music performances.

Sultanah

Opening times:

06:30 - 11:00

19:00 - 23:30

Restrictions:

Over 16 years only

Stylish and elegant, Sultanah is offering modern Spanish cuisine in a bright and airy dining room.

Mahara Beach Bar


Opening times:

10:00 - 19:00

food served 12:00 - 16:00

Located above Al Husn’s exclusive private beach, the casual beach bar serves a selection of light salads, sandwiches, fresh seafood and refreshing drinks.

Al Muheet


Opening times:

10:00 - 19:00

food served 12:00 - 16:00

Located next to the resort’s exclusive infinity pool, this friendly and casual bar serves light meals and healthy dishes as well as tropical drinks and creative cocktails.

Other Restaurants

Guests staying at the Shangri-La Al Husn Resort and Spa can also dine in an additional 15 venues located across the neighbouring Al Waha and Al Bandar hotels.

Beach and Pools

There is over 6000m² of swimming pools and 600m of private beach across the resort as well as a 500m long lazy river between Al Bandar and Al Waha hotels. In addition, guests staying at Al Husn have exclusive access to a stunning infinity pool as well as 100m stretch of private beach, both for the use of guests over the age of 16.

Spa and Wellness

CHI, The Spa


Opening times:

10:00 - 22:00

Located at the sister property Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa, CHI, The Spa features 12 individual treatment villas as well as a hydro pool, steam room, tundra and tropical shower, an ice fountain and a relaxation area.

Hareer Spa by L'Occitane


Due to open in January 2018, the boutique Hareer Spa by L'Occitane will offer 4 treatment rooms for guests staying at the Al Husn.

Activities and Entertainment

Watersports

A variety of watersports, including paddle boarding, water skiing, wakeboarding, doughnut rides, banana boating and kayaking.

Fitness Centre

Guests staying at the Shangri-La Al Husn can use the health club at the neighbouring sister property and from January 2018, a brand new fitness centre will be available within the hotel.

Camel and Pony Rides

Dolphin Watching Trips

Mini Golf

Snorkelling Boat Trips

About the location
Muscat is an ivory-white port city that rambles between the sandy Gulf of Oman and Al Hajar Mountains.

Understated luxury is the theme here. Strict building laws safeguard Arab architecture, so even modern buildings come with filigree window shutters, carved balconies and mosaicked doorways. Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is the star, though – its towering dome and quintet of minarets strike out above the city skyline.

Meanwhile, Old Muscat – the city’s historic heart – slides east of the city centre, guarded by a pair of waterside forts. At the opposite end of town, high-end hotels boast spots beside bronzed beaches, while sprawling villas and family-friendly cafés decorate nearby expat neighbourhoods.

Muscat is also a dab hand at delivering the unexpected. For starters, you won’t see vineyards (despite the name, Muscat grapes – and the wine – likely don’t originate here). But you will see surprises like the Italian-Arabic Royal Opera House Muscat, which comes with a cluster of French bistros and steakhouses.
Transfer time
45 minutes from Muscat airport.
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Very nice hotel, ok food
vonxtwo, London, United Kingdom
Tripadvisor review Dec 13 2017
It was our first visit to Oman and hopefully not the last! We arrived at Muscat airport early in the morning and it was a long but easy journey through the airport (you have to buy a visa on arrival...
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hollins1, Denbigh, United Kingdom
Tripadvisor review Dec 12 2017
This hotel is in a stunning location and we much appreciated being given the perfect room for us in a quiet part of the hotel with a fantastic view on the top floor. While we were there the hotel was...
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