National Hospitality Institute (NHI), a leading training provider for hospitality and travel industries, has been awarded Silver accreditation against the new Investors in People standard, demonstrating their commitment to realising the potential of their people for high performance.
Masira Island Resort, managed by Dhiaffa a member of the OMRAN Group, is a well-kept secret in Oman. The resort is known for its wildlife and miles of isolated sandy beaches. It is also a popular destination for windsurfing and kite boarding, thanks to the favourable wind and sea conditions.
Part of its strategic growth plan and continuous efforts to finance large-scale projects across the Sultanate, Maisarah Islamic Banking Services signed an agreement with Shaza Oman to finance the construction of its flagship 5-star hotel in Muscat.
The soft opening of Dunes by Al Nahda, a luxury resort at Wadi Abyad sand dunes, brings the beauty and wildness of the Omani desert closer to your doorstep. Muhammed Nafie reports. Ramlat Tawq is the beautiful sand dunes tucked away at Oman’s picture-perfect Wadi Al Abayad. Located between Barka and Nakhil…
The newly opened restaurant, Qureshi Bab Al-Hind, at Hormuz Grand, is all set to take Oman by storm. Winola Peris reports.
National Omani Hospitality Company, established by Omran, has introduced ‘Atana’, a first of its kind Omani hotel brand that blends age-old local tradition with contemporary culture. Two hotels in Musandam province now carry the ‘Atana’ tag, says Pascal Eppink, its Managing Director, in an interview with Oommen John P. Can you give us a brief […]
The largest multi-cuisine cave restaurant in the Gulf region, located in Darsait village overlooking Qurm Heights, is all set to open its doors on June 2
The Almouj Marina is home to Oman Sail, which uses sailing to contribute to the tourism development of Oman.
Salalah Rotana Resort opened its doors as the Sultanate’s largest free-standing hotel; Club Med to open at Salalah Beach project, which will bring tourists especially from France, Oommen John P reports.