Millennium & Copthorne has soft opened a
waterfront resort overlooking the Gulf of Oman.
The Millennium Resort Mussanah features 234
guestrooms and 74 fully furnished apartments, ranging from
studios, one bed and two bed duplexes - all with high speed
internet access and in room media hubs - as well as meeting and
conference facilities and choice of cosmopolitan restaurants.
The resort is the first hotel in Oman by
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels and the group’s ninth
in the region following sister hotels in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar
M&C recently unveiled plans for another 7,400
rooms representing another 24 hotels in the region, including
Iraq – the largest number of rooms in the pipeline within the
Middle East and North Africa. Singapore property giant City
Developments Limited owns a controlling stake in M&C.
the region continues its rapid rate of growth, business and
leisure tourism to Oman is expected to grow tremendously,” said
Will J. Blake, Director of Sales & Marketing at Millennium
Resort Mussanah. “With that in mind, the hotel is poised to take
advantage of the boom by focusing our strategy on the MICE
sector where we can offer state of the art conference &
banqueting facilities to our corporate clients.”
In its first
phase, the Mussanah hotel will offer four different themed food &
beverage outlets all with outdoor terrace seating overlooking the private marina.
Water sport activities at Oman Sail and
Oman Charter will be the main attractions to guests, with a
wide range of facilities such as sailing programs, diving, snorkelling, dolphin watching and chartering of various
luxurious boats moored on the marina.
Phase two of the resort
emphasizes the recreational facilities of the property and is
expected to be completed in time for the high travel season in
The facilities being built are a health club
and gym, spa with pool facility, kids’ club and pool, infinity
leisure swimming pool, tennis courts, crazy golf pitch & putt, and
food and beverage restaurants supporting the recreational area.
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