Millenium Resort in Oman

We arrived safely in Oman touching down at Muaskar Al Murtafa’a, the international airport that serves Muscat, the country’s capital after a pleasant flight with Oman Air.
We transfered to Millennium Resort – Mussanah a hotel so new it has not yet officially opened.
It is located in the South Batinah region of the country, a 45 minute drive from the airport nestled along the Gulf of Oman.
From the hotel balconies we have panoramic views of the resorts own private 54 berth marina and in the distance the Hajar mountains.
Facilities include 234 hotel rooms as well as the resorts 74 fully furnished branded serviced studio as well as one and two bedroom duplex apartments.
Hotel guests will benefit from lavish restaurants and water sport facilities in phase one of its handover.
In addition to the sleeping accommodations, state of the art conference and banqueting facilities ideally lend themselves with the resorts ballroom and outside private garden as well as three dedicated meeting rooms with their private terraces over-looking the marina.
The resort offers a dedicated team of event planners to ensure that any event or meeting is a memorable one.
In what, in the trade is called a soft opening, the hotel is opening its doors especially to host the AGM of the British Guild of Travel Writers. This means we will be the first organisation ever to use the meeting rooms.
Phase two of the resort leisure facilities coming on line throughout the first half of the year


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    They were enjoying drinks and coffee outside the yacht along the pier.

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