The Chedi Muscat
The Chedi Muscat
At a Glance
Muscat's smallest hotel option and more adult orientated than the rest
None of the rooms have outside space or balconies except the Club Suites
The Health Club at the Chedi is kitted out with the highest level equipment including Power Plates and Pilates Reformers
The Restaurant features four different cuisines in one - Western, Asian, Middle Eastern and Indian
The Chedi does not have the best beach, so this is worth taking into consideration if this is important to you
You would never believe this relaxing, contemporary, boutique hotel is in the city of Muscat.Scott Dunn team
We recommend taking a suite here in order to enjoy the outside space. It is also good to know that the windows in the rooms do not open and there are no balconies.Emma Mark
Cool off by swimming in the Middle East's longest pool stretching 103 meters!Alice Moseley
Enjoy dining in the main restaurant with a choice of four different cuisines and a mouth watering selection of puddings.Scott Dunn team
Why not head out of the city and spend a night at one of the desert's tented campsAlice Moseley
Guests staying in Club Suites receive a complimentary laundry service, very useful if combining as part of a longer itinerary. There is also a complimentary mini bar and drinks and snacks available throughout the day in the Club Lounge.Dominic Atterton
The Arabian Court is a really pretty, laid back environment where you can enjoy local dishes and grilled items cooked to orderLucy Bailey
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Chedi Muscat
Situated between the rugged Hajar Mountains and the azure waters of the Gulf of Oman, The Chedi Muscat is a luxurious retreat offering stylish modern rooms and villas. Built to reflect traditional Omani architecture, the property has also been designed with Far Eastern influences.
Rooms are minimalist in design and feature king size beds with Bose sound systems. Deluxe Club rooms and Chedi Club Suites allow access to The Club Lounge, a quiet haven with a library, which also serves complimentary afternoon tea and evening cocktails and canapés. Club Suites are the most peaceful choice overlooking over tranquil ponds or landscaped grounds and their open-plan bathrooms have rainforest showers.
For authentic Arabian cuisine, head to 'The Arabian Court', alternatively the 'Restaurant' offers Mediterranean, Asian, Indian and Arab fare while the 'Beach Restaurant' serves delicious seafood.
The Chedi Muscat’s extensive spa, three lush swimming pools and oasis-like gardens are complimented by delicious food and perfect service. For those who don’t want to just relax and be pampered, there are tennis courts, a fitness/lifestyle center complete with pilates and advanced equipment, a library, and the old souks of Muscat are just a twenty-minute journey by car. Excursions to explore the stunning desert landscape by camel or horseback are also on offer.
There are 158 tasteful, well-appointed guest rooms and suites at The Chedi Muscat. Eight Deluxe Club Rooms and thirty-eight Chedi Club Suites offer access to The Club Lounge, while the Chedi Club Suites are the only room type to offer outside space with a terrace or balcony. All rooms and suites include: a 32 inch flat screen TV, Bose entertainment system, iPod and docking station, wifi, mini bar, fruit basket, Nespresso and tea facilities, luxurious bath products, open plan bathroom with rain shower and Chedi Club Suite has a bathtub.
The Chedi Muscat is not exactly a child friendly hotel, as it does not have interconnecting rooms or any twin beds. Children under the age of 16 are also only able to use one pool, and there are no facilities like a play area or kids club. However, the hotel does offer a babysitting service if required, but only for older children.
Facilities include the Balinese spa, three swimming pools, including the 103-meter Long Pool, 400-square meter health club, tennis courts, library and The Boutique Shop. The six restaurants at The Chedi span the great cuisines and wines of the world, from the Mediterranean and the Middle East to Southeast Asia and India.
During your stay at The Chedi Muscat it is possible to organize tours to the dunes of Wahiba Sands, or up into the Hajar mountains. You can go offshore into the Gulf of Oman for dolphin watching, or go fishing or snorkeling to explore the colorful marine life. Mountain bikes and hiking are also popular activities. The concierge service at the hotel will help you to arrange activities of your choice and give you plenty of advice.
Location & Directions
Sitting beside the Gulf of Oman and the Haijar Mountains. The Chedi Muscat is a short distance from Ruwi, the capital city's thriving commercial district.
When to go
The best time to visit Oman is between November and mid-March, when the cooler air brings the mountain scenery sharply into focus and daytime temperatures average at 25°C. For the rest of the year, much of Oman is oppressively hot and hazy, particularly between May and August.