Sheraton Hotels and Resorts has reopened the Sheraton Oman following a transformative renovation of its guestrooms, public spaces and food and beverage offerings.
Owned by Al Hashar Hotels LLC, under the umbrella of Al Hashar Group, and in association with Twenty14 Holdings, the 230-room hotel has been a landmark in Muscat for over three decades ensuring guests can experience more in the heart of the city.
Speaking on the renovation, Sheikh Al Muhannad Al Hashar said: “Sheraton Oman, the tallest building in the country, has played a key role in shaping the hospitality sector in Oman since it first started business in 1985. The hotel interior has been completely redesigned, leaving the exterior shell as it is. With this magnificent transformation, the hotel is well positioned not only to be a leader in the sector but also to support the efforts of the Ministry of Tourism in promoting the country’s tourism potential at the international level. Significantly, with the Sultanate all poised for a long-term, major growth in the MICE segment, Sheraton Oman’s enhanced conferencing facilities are sure to add great value to the future of tourism.”
Sheraton Oman features 230 rooms, including 27 suites with panoramic views of the Al Hajar mountain range. Showcasing interiors with touches of Omani culture, all rooms are outfitted with the Sheraton brand’s amenities and services, including the Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience. The renovation features the addition of 38 Sheraton Club rooms, which offer access to the Sheraton Club lounge with complimentary WiFi, daily breakfast and a selection of beverages and hors d’oeuvres. Sheraton Oman also features Al Deyafa, a lounge dedicated for guests with early check-in’s and late check-outs – the only hotel in the country to offer such a facility.