Amadeus Gulf, a leading provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry, today inaugurated its new office in Muscat, Oman, which will serve as a strategic hub to engage with the fast-growing travel and tourism sector in Oman. The new state-of-the-art office is in close proximity to the airlines and travel community. Amadeus […]
Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran) has boosted resources to establish a dedicated investor relations Taskforce in order to field additional interest from private sector investors for the Mina Sultan Qaboos Waterfront Project.
The senior management team of the Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran) recently visited the Al Baleed archeological site in Salalah to oversee and inspect the final development stages of a new tourism cluster; a concentration of interconnected tourism infrastructure and services built for local SME’s.
Muriya announced rebranding its flagship destination, ‘Salalah Beach’ to ‘Souly Bay’, as part of its efforts to fully harness the destination’s scale, environment and culture.
The Atana Musandam Resort was awarded for its best practice credentials, safety initiatives, use of innovative construction techniques and technology in the hospitality sector within both Oman and the region.
The Oman Tourism Development Company (OMRAN) has once again this year joined hands with Bank Sohar for the development financing for the JW Marriott Hotel Project within the upcoming Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre (OCEC) precinct and part of emerging Al-Irfan City developed by Omran.
In a recent development, Oman Hotels and Tourism board has announced that the company has received a binding offer of OMR14 million to acquire the assets and business of Al Falaj Hotel.
Millennium Resort Mussanah recently launched a new series of packages for guests to experience the ultimate family vacation this upcoming holiday season. Offering an exciting array of special cuisine and reduced room rates, the resort’s Christmas and New Year promotions will allow them to fully experience the festive spirit.
Tourism sector’s direct contribution to Oman’s gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to jump from two per cent to five per cent by 2020, Ahmed bin Nasser Al Mahrzi, minister of tourism, has said.