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We stayed for one night in the resort, in the mountain view chalet. Old unpainted walls, noisy old A/C, spiders, cockroaches and scorpions already occupying the place. Swimming pool was dirty and water in it murky. Dinner was very good, and the breakfast as well....More
Nice resort on the Jebel Shams plateau. Nothing special though, different room options in chalets and fixed tents. Swimming pool and volleyball field, a few pick-nick tables, mountain bikes for use. Breakfast and dinner buffets were good, the standard Omani dishes: meat, chicken, fish, vegetables,...More
We opted to stay in the tents, they don't look anything special from the outside, but inside they are clean and spacious with 2 small doubles, table and chairs, we had 2 air conditioning units, not sure if they could heat as well but early...More
It was a weekend visit. I booked the sunset villa. It was decent and had a small sit out with a fire place overlooking the ranges. Beautiful sunset view. The resort is kids friendly as there are swings and slides and swimming pool. The staff...More
At first inspection the rooms are basic, a little shabby and could probably do with a good makeover - however, you are surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery and the way the resort is laid out, with firepits and the chance to camp...More
US$75 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, as the others said possible in sedan but 4WD definitely better, especially depending on when you go. There'd been rain a few days before we went and the road was washed away in places with boulders rather than gravel in... More
Yes, as the others said possible in sedan but 4WD definitely better, especially depending on when you go. There'd been rain a few days before we went and the road was washed away in places with boulders rather than gravel in the road.