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Al Buraimi, Buraimi 512 Oman
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#3 of 14 hotels in Buraimi
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Airport transportation
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Non-smoking hotel
Breakfast in the room
24-hour front desk
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Cenerentolina wrote a review Feb 2018
Linz, Austria79 contributions32 helpful votes
Was erwartet man von einem Zimmer, das pro Nacht inkl. Frühstück umgerechnet 26 Euro kostet? Nicht viel. Unsere Erwartungen wurden hier eindeutig übertroffen. Schönes großes sauberes Schlafzimmer. Bad hat schon bessere Zeiten gesehen, war aber auch sauber, sogar Duschgel war da. Frühstück etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig von der Auswahl her. Buraimi hat uns generell sehr gut gefallen, obwohl es in den Reiseführern nicht sehr sehenswert beschrieben wird.
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
TheBodach wrote a review Dec 2015
Menstrie, United Kingdom182 contributions163 helpful votes
Everything is relative. Were this hotel in Dubai or Muscat, it would be lower than a three star rating. However, it is really in the middle of nowhere. It is on the UAE/Oman border and Al Buraimi is a poor place. As an Oasis town, seemingly all the businesses are dedicated to keeping cars and lorries going. I have never seem so much small scale engineering everywhere in a town. It is all around the hotel. They have to keep the cars going because if the restaurant signs are to be believed, they have eaten all the camels. The fabric of the hotel is sound. I had a small room and it was well furnished but in an older fashioned way. It had a stand-alone wardrobe. The bed was good and the sleep sound. The extract fan in the ensuite was a good source of white noise. The corridors are marble and everything scraps and echoes. As a vegetarian the food wasn’t great but if you belong to muscle-chomping majority, you will enjoy it. No one got ill because of the food. In many places that is an accolade. Gold star to Al Salam. The hotel was pretty empty and there was some renovation working going on. There were two huge explosions as giant fuses blew on my second morning there. My room was next to the Electrical Room, but also had a robust fuse box in my room. The bangs were so loud I nearly fell off my chair. Normal fuses goes ‘Doof’ when they blows. This went ‘BANG’, twice, and the power to my laptop was gone. The hotel has free internet access. It was fairly well distributed through five or six wireless access points. Did I mention the cockroaches? No, well that’s probably because there weren’t that many and they were small. They were however fast. When I got home I opened my case in the garden and shook my clothes, just in case any had chosen to find a different life in the UK. I did not find any. It was a precaution too far. Would I go back? Yes, I would. You have to adjust expectations, and in that light, this hotel met expectations. In addition, I had just come from a 4 star hotel in Dubai, and it had the same wildlife/cockroach issue.
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Date of stay: December 2015
Vanessa Victorio wrote a review Feb 2015
Dubai, United Arab Emirates51 contributions6 helpful votes
Para quem vai sair dos Emirados para resolver questão de renovação de vistos é uma boa opção para estadia, pois fica ao lado da fronteira com Al Ain, UAE. O serviço do hotel não é um dos melhores mas pelo menos aceita cartão de crédito, coisa q em Omã não é tão comum. O hotel possui dois restaurantes, sendo q na hora de fazer o pedido das opções que estão no cardápio, menos da metade está disponível de fato.
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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OmanAl Buraimi GovernorateBuraimi
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Frequently Asked Questions about Al Salam Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Al Salam Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Sheikh Zayed Palace Museum (4.8 km), Jebel Hafeet (7.3 km), and Al Jahili Fort (4.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Al Salam Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a fitness centre.
What food & drink options are available at Al Salam Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Al Salam Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ayla Restaurant, Nara Restaurant, and Makani Café.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Al Salam Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre and a sauna during their stay.
Does Al Salam Hotel have airport transportation?
Yes, Al Salam Hotel offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Al Salam Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Al Jahili Fort (4.9 km), Lilastours (1.5 km), and Bin Helal Fort (1.7 km).