Juweira Boutique Hotel
With its own marina, private beach and just 65 rooms, Juweira Boutique Hotel is well-located for guests looking to explore Salalah and the Dhofar region, while staying in comfort and being able to enjoy the hotel's excellent facilities.
At a Glance
A hotel with a marina concept - there is a beach but it isn't directly in front of the hotel
Contemporary design with spacious rooms and suites
Two swimming pools between the hotel and the marina
There are three restaurants, one of which serves local seafood
There isn't a kids club yet but there is a children's pool
While not beachfront, the beach itself is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel and is exclusive to Juweira guestsClare Monro
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Juweira Boutique Hotel or take a look at our itineraries to Salalah
The Dhofar region is located in the south of Oman, with the city of Salalah itself being located on the coast, and is well known for its unique weather pattern which characterizes the area. In complete contrast to the interior and north of Oman, the Dhofar region is much more tropical with coconut trees, banana plants and frankincense trees, rather than the date palms seen elsewhere in the country.
Juweira Boutique Hotel, part of the Salalah Beach development in Oman's southern region of Dhofar, is ideal for families and couples alike. It is based on a marina concept with lots to do outside the hotel, including shops and external restaurants. The hotel has just 65 rooms and suites, so it retains an intimate atmosphere, without guests being limited to Juweira. Juweira Boutique Hotel is contemporary in style with thoughtfully designed rooms and spacious suites.
There are two restaurants, with Al Fanar offering international and regional cuisine in a light and modern atmosphere, with additional seating outside on the terrace. As Sammak is a seafood restaurant, reached by a bridge taking guests to the other side of the small marina. It serves simple and fresh fish and seafood, offering beautiful views of the marina and the sea. Al Boom Pool Bar offers snacks and drinks all day.
There is a fitness center with a sauna and steam room, two outdoor swimming pools as well as a children's pool and a private beach a short walk from the hotel. Plenty of activities can be arranged, such as snorkeling, diving or boat trips, sightseeing in the local area, and a range of watersports.
Juweira Boutique Hotel has 64 guest rooms, of which 43 are Juweira Rooms, four are Family Rooms, and 17 are Marina Suites. Views from the rooms are either over the lagoon or the marina. Juweira Rooms are 50 sq.meters in size while Marina Suites are 90 sq.meters in size. Family Rooms are 60 sq.meters in size and can accommodate a family of four.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Juweira Boutique Hotel however, it does not currently have a kids club. Babysitting is available from reception upon request.
Juweira Boutique Hotel has two restaurants: Al Fanar offering international and regional cuisine in light and refreshing surroundings, with seating both inside and outside; and As Samak, which serves fresh and simple seafood, on the other side of the marina reached by a small bridge from the hotel. There is also a pool-side bar, Al Boom, which serves light snacks and drinks all day.
There are two swimming pools at Juweira Boutique Hotel, as well as a children's pool. There is also a fitness center with modern gym equipment, sauna and steam rooms. The hotel has a private beach which is accessible all year round.
Juweira Boutique Hotel is a tranquil escape on the outskirts of Salalah, where guests can relax on the beach or by the swimming pools. Sightseeing to the surrounding region can be organized by Scott Dunn, with trips to the Museum of the Frankincense Land, the fascinating archaeological site of Khor Rori, and around the city of Salalah to the markets.
Location & Directions
Juweira Boutique Hotel is located on Salalah Beach, just outside the city of Salalah in the Dhofar region of Oman.
When to go
Salalah, and the Dhofar region in general, has its own microclimate with the 'khareef', or southeast monsoon, hitting the area from mid-June to mid-September. The result is that the Dhofar region is lush and green during and for some time after the khareef. The best time to visit is at the end of September and during October as the climate is not too hot, the rains should have passed, and temperatures are in the high-20s to low-30s, but the lushness remains making the area beautifully green. Temperatures in this area don't rise much above the low-30s meaning that it is bearable year-round.