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Muscat Hotels

Fri, 28 Feb - Sat, 29 Feb | 1 Room, 2 Guest

Grand Millennium Muscat

4.5 508 reviews

Al Nahda Resort & Spa

InterContinental Muscat

4.0 667 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Sheraton Oman Hotel

4.5 558 reviews

SHANGRI-LA BARR AL JISSAH RESORT AND SPA

Shangri-La Al Husn Resort & Spa

4.5 1935 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Al Bustan Palace, a Ritz-Carlton Hotel

4.5 2376 reviews

Shangrila Al Bandar

Radisson Collection Hotel, Hormuz Grand Muscat

4.5 786 reviews

Shangrila Al Waha

The Chedi Muscat

4.5 3089 reviews

Grand Hyatt Muscat

4.0 1942 reviews

InterContinental Muscat

4.0 1488 reviews

Shangri-La's Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa - Al Husn

Kempinski Hotel Muscat

4.5 581 reviews

Millennium Executive Apartments Muscat

4.5 205 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Centara Muscat Hotel Oman

4.5 477 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Ramee Guestline Hotel Qurum

3.5 290 reviews

Holiday Inn Muscat Al Seeb

4.0 534 reviews

Levatio Hotel Muscat

4.5 79 reviews
No free cancellation eligable
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Of Souqs, Deserts, and Dolphins

With a laidback-ness that is rarely found in other cities; Muscat, the capital of Oman, allows you to experience the true beauty of the Arabian Peninsula. Offering resplendent architecture, intricately designed mosques, lush oases, a breezy corniche, and bustling local souqs, there is no reason why this city should not be anyone's bucket list.

Historically a port, Muscat relies on trade and petroleum for revenue. Traces and influences of multiple cultures due to years of tribal and colonial rule by Persians, Portuguese, and Ottoman can still be found in its architecture and customs.

Today, it boasts of an impressive waterfront, premium Muscat hotels, exciting sporting venues, tourist attractions, and beaches. Do not miss visiting Mutrah Souq, Grand Mosque, Mutrah Corniche, Bayt al-Zubair, Sultan's Palace, Al Mouj, Ghalya Museum of Modern Art, and Marina Bandar al Rowdha.

For Indian tourists

Muscat has always shared good trade relations with the entire Indian sub- continent, which can be seen in several elements of this city. The 'baiza' buses are named after the Indian 'paisa' for their cheap fares. Due to the presence of a significant Hindu community here, the city even has two temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna.

Avail of a tourist Visa from your local Embassy in India. The single- entry options based on duration are 10 days, 21 days, and 30 days.

Hotels in Muscat

If you are looking for pocket-friendly options, the Sultan Qaboos Street area is home to many budget hotels in Muscat.

While mid-segment options are available in areas like Al Safat Street and Dohat Al Arab Street, stay near Ruwi when with family to indulge in long nature treks and sightseeing.

If you are here on business, stay near the city's Central Business District (CBD). Some of the best hotels in Muscat located along Bait Al Falaj Streetwould serve this purpose well. Additionally, if you're here for jewelry trade, staying near the Gold Souq would help cut down on commute time.

Things to remember

  • The best time to visit is in winter i.e. from October to March
  • Bargaining after embarking on a taxi ride will let the driver know you're new. Instead, research regarding average rates and inform them as opposed to last-minute haggling.
  • Ensure men cover their knees while women must cover their shoulders and knees when here

Known for its comparatively relaxed nature and religious tolerance in the Middle East, Muscat is growing to be a hotspot for tourism. Book your hotel in Muscat with the Cleartrip app that allows you to browse various hotels, select the one that meets all your needs, and enjoy exclusive discounts.

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*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.

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