Escape to the Hidden Jewel of Oman
Six Senses Zighy Bay
Musandam Peninsula, Oman
based on 7 nights inc. flights
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International economy flights and taxes from the UK
based 2 guests sharing a Pool Villa on a bed and breakfast basis including private transfers.
At a Glance
A remote barefoot luxury resort, nestled in-between craggy mountains and opal blue waters, you can choose to arrive by speedboat, 4x4 or for a truly unique and memorable experience…paraglide!
Designed to mimic a traditional Omani village, individual stone-walled villas are dotted around in-between sandy paths and palm trees…creating a peaceful oasis-like atmosphere.
Privacy is key…all villas are huge and have their own pool with sun loungers, shaded outdoor terrace with dining area, private sand 'garden' (where barbecues can be organised upon request) and an outdoor shower...so you can enjoy unobstructed sea views and the starry night sky.
Each villa is assigned a Guest Experience Maker (GEM) to ensure all your needs and requirements are catered for throughout your stay…giving you more time to kick back and enjoy the sound of the waves lapping against the beach.
For restless guests there’s plenty to do including cooking classes, sailing, snorkelling, mountain biking, archery, canyoning, rock climbing and even bootcamp training!
From poolside snacks and international classics, Mediterranean tapas and fine dining…with five restaurants and a variety of culinary styles to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining options.
Allow the skilled therapists at the acclaimed Six Senses spa to relieve any stress or achy joints with a fully personalised programme of treatments, exercises and wellness therapies designed to leave you feeling your best.
Best time to Visit
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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 25°C. For the rest of the year, much of Oman is oppressively hot and hazy, particularly between May and August.
Six Senses Zighy Bay is located on the Northern Peninsula of Oman, only two hours from Dubai, the closest international airport. It is set under a dramatic mountain on one side and a long sandy beach on the other.
Zighy Bay is the ideal antidote to the large scale continual construction work in Dubai and is located in the peaceful haven of Northern Oman. The resort has 82 pool villas and beautifully blends the traditional rustic Omani architectural techniques with a modern innovative twist, offering a subtle sense of luxury, masterfully crafted with the appreciation of the local surroundings. There are a number of differing room types to suit any party size and requirements.
The resort has a large central swimming pool with a poolside service offering snacks, drinks and ice cream. The Spa, operated by Six Senses, offers nine treatment rooms and has a full range of treatments. There are non-motorised water sports on offer, a library with a wide selection of movies, DVDs, books and magazines and a fully equipped gym.
With a commitment to sustainability and wellness the resort has its own organic farm, the Dibba Farm where they grow their own fruit and vergetables as well as keeping a host of domesticated animals leading to one of Omans' only cheese factories. The farm produces 50 different varieties of fruits, herbs and vegetables (herbs are also used in spa treatments) as well as its only honey provided by 12 hives of bees.
With a philosophy of sourcing excellent ingredients to give a fantastic culinary experience, the four restaurants blend the rustic Omani village feel, yet ooze elegance and sophistication. There are a multitude of options to choose from including Western, Middle Eastern, Indian and Japanese at Summer House. 'Shua Shack' offers traditional Bedouin communal dining experience with under sand cooking. The 'Sense on the Edge’ restaurant is an award-winning mountain top dining venue, located 293 metres above sea level, overlooking Zighy Bay, with an adjacent lounge ‘Drinks on the Edge’. The other bar ‘Chill’ offers a chance to kick back with a sun downer.
The Zighy Bay concept perfectly merges a sense of subtle sophistication with a rustic flair and real sense of innovation and elegance. It is ideal for those wanting a more peaceful experience than the hustle of Dubai and can be combined easily with stopovers to the Indian Subcontinent and the Maldives.
Six Senses Zighy Bay has 82 generously proportioned luxury villas designed and furnished to reflect the character of a local Omani village using natural stone and warm woods. All villas offer an oasis of privacy and tranquillity and include a private infinity-edge pool. Every bathroom features an oversized indoor bathtub and outdoor shower. For an additional supplement, your villa can be located directly on the beach.
Villa amenities include a private sun lounge and outdoor dining area, individually controlled air-conditioning and ceiling fans, private wine cellar, personal safe, hairdryer and espresso machine, IDD telephone, wireless internet and cordless phone, CD and DVD Home Integrated Theatre System and a flat screen satellite TV.
The Pool Villas are located on the second and third rows from the beach and have private sand gardens with outdoor patio and private pool.
They span 247sqm and have a bedroom with king size bed or twin beds combined with a living area with large sofa bed.
|Pool Villa Suite||
The Pool Villa Suite is located on the third row from the beach and has a private sand garden with outdoor patio and private pool.
It spans 412sqm and has a bedroom with king size bed, a separate living room with large sofa bed, two full bathrooms and two outdoor showers.
|Pool Villa Beach Front||
The Beach Front Pool Villas are located right on the beach and have a private sand garden with beach access, ocean views, outdoor patio and private pool.
They span 247sqm and have a bedroom with king size bed or twin beds combined with a living area with large sofa bed.
|Pool Villa Suite Beach Front||
The Beach Front Pool Villa Suites are located right on the beach and have a private sand garden with beach access, ocean views, outdoor patio and private pool.
They span 412sqm and have a bedroom with king size bed or twin beds, a separate living room with large sofa bed, two full bathrooms and two outdoor showers.
|Zighy Pool Villa - Two Bedroom||
The Zighy Pool Villas with two bedrooms are located on the second row to the beach and have a private sand garden with outdoor patio and private pool.
They span 334sqm over two floors, a ground floor master bedroom with king size bed and first floor with second bedroom with king size bed (or twin beds) combined with living area with large sofa bed and a balcony. Both floors have full bathrooms and outdoor showers.
|Duplex 2 Bedroom Pool Villa||
The Zighy Pool Villa Suites with two bedrooms are located on the south side of the resort and have a private sand garden with outdoor patio and private pool.
They span 437sqm over two floors; on the ground floor there is a master bedroom with king size bed, full bathroom, outdoor shower area and a separate living room with large sofa bed and powder room. The first floor has a second bedroom with king size bed (or twin beds) combined with living area with large sofa bed and a balcony, as well as a second full bathroom and outdoor shower and a separate dining area.
|Zighy Pool Villa Suite Beach Front - Two Bedroom||
The Beach Front Zighy Pool Villa Suite with two bedrooms is located right on the beach and has a private sand garden with direct beach access, outdoor patio and private pool.
It spans 437sqm over two floors; on the ground floor there is a master bedroom with king size bed, full bathroom, outdoor shower area and a separate living room with large sofa bed and powder room. The first floor has a second bedroom with king size bed (or twin beds) combined with living area with large sofa bed and a balcony, as well as a second full bathroom and outdoor shower and a separate dining area.
The two Retreats are located on the beach front at either end of Zighy Bay and overlook the sea. Spanning 1122sqm over two floors, the ground floor has a spacious living room with two king sofa beds, separate dining area with kitchen, bathroom, equipped gym, wine cellar, in-villa spa with steam room and an ensuite bedroom for your live-in 'Guest Experience Maker' (GEM) who will cater for your every need. Upstairs there are two bedrooms each with king size bed, full bathroom, outdoor shower and balcony.
|Private Reserve - Four Bedroom||
The ultimate four bedroom enclave located on its own private beach, Beit Musandam the Private Reserve is split over two floors and offers a variety of separate living and dining room areas for entertaining, a private spa suite, an equipped gym and yoga studio, a wine cellar, infinity swimming pool and live-in GEM (Guest Experience Maker) to cater for your every need.
Children are welcome at Six Senses Zighy Bay. There is a kids club, 'Chaica's Club' offering a wealth of activities including snorkelling, water polo, tennis, crab hunting, sandcastle building and educational activities such as learning about marine biology and the environment.
Children - Chaica's Club: 4 - 12 years and Teens - al Feetean's Club: 12 - 18 years
Children under 6 stay and eat for free on their parents' meal plan; Children aged 7 - 11 enjoy a 50% discount of food and beverages.
The children's club is open for children aged 4 - 12, younger guests will need to be accompanied by an adult or a babysitter at an additional charge.
Cinema Paradiso keeps all the family entertained with movies on the beach under a blanket of stars while Zighy's unconventional ushers serve five flavours of popcorn, 40 flavours of ice cream and a range of refreshing soft drinks.
US $15 per hour for one child. Additional children are charged at an extra US $5/hour
|Activities at Chaica's Club (4-12yrs)||
Hajar Rock Painting, Kick The Can, Henna Fun, Mix and Match Juice Time, Olympic Games, Salt Dough Art, Sand Art, Treasure Hunt, Swim Relay, Water Polo, Zighy Cinema, Alien Scavenger Hunt, Arabic Lesson, Beach Bowling, Bookmarks for Bookworms, Cookie, Cupcake and Pizza Making, Crab Searching, Crazy Balls, Feed the Zighy Goats
|Activities at Al Feetean's Teen Club||
Abseiling, Archery and Clout Archery, Beach Sports, Body Boarding, Wadi Biking, Initiative Games, Jungle Gym, Kayaking and Moonlight Kayaking, Morning Workout, Mountain Biking, Photography Skills and Challenge, Pool Madness, Raft Building, Rock Climbing, Capoeira, Slack Lining, Snorkelling, Survival Skills and Campfire, Trekking, Team Building, Tennis, Water Sports, Wii Games, Yoga
Facilities at Six Senses Zighy Bay include two swimming pools (one of which is salt water), an artisan gallery, water sports including water skiing and wake boarding, gym, WiFi, library of CDs, DVDs, books and magazines, four restaurants and two bars.
The Six Senses Spa features nine treatment rooms, a juice bar and two Arabian Hammams. It offers local and signature treatments including the four-handed Sensory Spa Journey along with holistic wellness and rejuvenation programmes to revive and revitalize the senses.
Guests have a diverse selection of places to dine whilst staying at Zighy Bay, from a hilltop restaurant serving international cuisine together with spectacular views over the crystal waters of the Gulf of Oman to in-villa dining which your butler will be pleased to arrange.
Guests staying on a half board basis can enjoy breakfast either in the Spice Market Restaurant or in the comfort of their own villa. Dinner can be enjoyed in the ala carte Summer House, Spice Market or Zighy Bar restaurants and also included the speciality buffet nights. Should you wish to experience one of the destination dining options, a credit of OMR35 is applied and any difference in cost is added you your room bill.
Breakfast is offered at the Summer House with a view of the wadi flowing next to it. The restaurant is also open for dinner every evenin gfomr 6:00pm - 10:30pm serving international contemporary favourites around a farm-to-table concept and the Zighy bar offers classic, modern, local and organic mocktails and cocktails throughout the evening until midnight.
Spice Market is the main restaurant, offering delicacies from the culinary world of Arabia. Enjoy breakfast and dinner in a relaxed Arabic environment among bold colours and a traditional mud kitchen.
Zighy Bar offers classic, modern, local and organic mocktails and cocktails throughout the day and evening whilst overlooking the Wadi. Zighy's Happy Hour is referred to as the No Rush Hour.
|Sense on the Edge||
Sense on the Edge is the hotel's signature restaurant, offering modern fine dining cuisine, the perfect place to enjoy a very memorable lunch or evening meal with stunning views over the bay. There is a choice of five or seven-course set menus with each dish open to be paired perfectly with a wine.
Open for lunch and dinner on Thursday until Saturday. We do advise guests to make prior reservations.
A unique Bedouin dining experience. Family-style evenings begin with local organic salads, followed by lamb prepared in the underground oven. Held weekly, with extended seasonal operations, and offered in the Spice Market during summer.
Take advantage of the free-flow Lebanese beer and wine packages for a truly delectable experience.
Two to eight people can be hosted amongst some of the world's most diverse wines in the wine cellar.
Choose this exceptional location for an intimate dinner or interactive journey with aromas and pairing. It is the perfect summer location to escape the heat and enjoy a bespoke sensory adventure.
On-site activities at the hotel include swimming, use of the fitness centre and spa. Activities off-site include non-motorized water sports, snorkelling, diving, kayaking, water skiing, wake boarding and hand-line fishing. Mountain trekking and biking, guided off-road excursions, tandem paragliding and flying a microlight aircraft, which gives you a fantastic perspective of the local landscape, are also on offer nearby.
Kirsty Harper (Staff)
Zighy Bay is perfect for couples or families seeking a retreat from the hustle and bustle of every day life, but still with plenty of activities on offer. With each villa having it's own private pool, even at full occupancy, the hotel feels quiet as many guests choose to relax at their villa. Head out into the resort though and you will find the choice of salt water or fresh water pools, as well as the stunning beach - be careful - the sand is very hot in the summer months! I loved the rustic style of the villas, with their stone walls and rustic wooden furnishings.
Dominic Atterton (Staff)
I have been sending guests to Zighy Bay for such a number of years now that I really felt like I knew the resort before I arrived here. Nothing however can prepare you for the real thing. As you ascend 300 metres over a rocky peak the resort and bay gently spread out below you like nothing else I have seen. The resort is made up of individual free standing villas all with private pools and large terraces to relax on. Mine was one row back from the beach (note it is worth paying the extra for front row here) but still had wonderful sea views from its upper terrace and was close enough to hear the waves crashing against the shore whilst sipping evening G&Ts. The style is rustic with natural materials used throughout so lots of stripped back wood and local stone mixed in with colourful linens and soft lighting. It was much more compact than I thought it would be with the main hub of the resort having the pool, beach and two restaurants all within a short walk perfect for families to relax whilst kids explore. They have reached the perfect balance between couple and family resort and whilst not offering a never ending list of facilities of 20 different dining options it is definitely a unique and special place perfect for romancing couples of chilled out families wanting the ultimate escape.
We are heading by taxi at midnight from the bright lights and security of Dubai International Airport to our holiday seaside hotel across the United Arab Emirates frontier in the Sultanate of Oman.
Suddenly, the driver turns off the main road and starts up a dusty mountain track.
The velvet blackness of an Arabian night is overwhelming. The car slows at the entrance to some kind of compound gateway. A white-robed guard speaks to the driver before waving us through. 'All is OK,' the man behind the wheel attempts to assure us. 'Please check your seat belts are fastened.
The reason for this is immediately apparent. The unmade track veers upwards at an alarming angle to become alpine steep. The 4x4 transmission screams as he throws the vehicle around a seemingly endless sequence of zig-zag bends.
Then, suddenly, we are at the top of the pass and bouncing expertly down the far side in first gear.
The moon has risen, and we can make out the two-mile shoreline of private sandy beach below and the muted lights of our destination, the Six Senses Zighy Bay resort on Omans Musandam peninsula.
What an introduction. And If you arrive in daylight, you can even complete your journey to the bay by taxi paraglider, landing on the beach just in front of the hotel.
This isolated and utterly tranquil corner of Oman seems a million miles from its neighbour, Dubai. The resort is laid out in a series of hedonistic villas along the lines of an Omani village, with narrow lanes. Transport to reach the spa, with its nine treatment rooms, is by bike or golf buggy.
The 82 villas vary in size from one to four bedrooms, but each has its own private infinity pool and traditional Arab summerhouse in the grounds. The largest and most exotic Private Reserve is mainly the domain of Arab royalty. It sleeps eight adults and two children.
The Musandam peninsula is a wild and wonderful strip of land that stretches up into the Straits of Hormuz opposite Iran, with the Gulf of Oman on one side, the Persian Gulf on the other.
Closer to the tip, the mountains rise 2000m along its spine, sweeping dramatically down to sea with a series of fiords that have earned the peninsular the title of 'Norway of the Middle East'.
However, topography and security makes travel tricky. The fiords are a four-hour boat ride from Zighy Bay, There is a winding single mountain road north - but apart from a smattering of tiny fishing villages, and the local capital of Khasab, much of the peninsula is almost devoid of population.
The hotel has its own marina, and the diving possibilities are enormous. We settle for a 45-minute trip up the coast to picnic and snorkel in the clear turquoise water, in a remote bay beneath imposing limestone cliffs.
Absolute Adventure (www.adventure.ae), based in the little town of Dibba, provide a range of outdoor activities, from trekking and climbing to mountain biking and kayaking.
In a three-hour, 4x4 safari into the mountains, we encounter just one other vehicle and a handful of black goats. They have climbed a tree while searching for fodder in the barren landscape of giant boulders. Our guide comes from Nepal, and the terrain attracts committed climbers from all over the world.
We explore a half-abandoned village of 15 houses tucked way in a cleft in the rocks. No-one is at home. In a country that hosts part of the Empty Quarter one of the least populated places on earth the Musandam is the hors doeuvre.
Back at the resort, the Omanis have a relaxed attitude towards alcohol consumption on private premises, and the emphasis on local cuisine is well rewarded. Our breakfast favourite is manakish, a delicious cheese and honey pancake - while in the evening we dine on succulent lamb cooked in a traditional underground shua oven.
Zighy Bay has a de-salination plant, and has created its own oasis - with 11,000 palms, fig trees, coffee plants, henna, and pomegranate, as well as all its own vegetables.
One of the three main restaurants is located at the top of the pass. A 4x4 takes you up to Sense of the Edge, which specialises in fusion cuisine. The approach is lit by flaming torches, and dining outside on the triple-tiered terrace - with moonlit views of the bay far below - is as romantic as it gets.
Six Senses Zighy Bay opened in 2008, It has wasted no time in becoming a genuine alternative to the Carribean in offering succour from exhaustive, morale-sapping British winters.
Daniel Smith (Staff)
Absolutely charming! Zighy Bay is perfect for a relaxing get away. The quiet bay in the Musandam Peninsula is bordered with majestic mountains and the resort feels like an oasis, peppered with fragrant fig trees and date palms, between the stonewall villas. The Six Senses Spa offer a range of treatments and Spa Suites entitles you to a treatment per day in the comfort of your in villa treatment room.
Daniel Smith (Staff)
Few hotels in the world have a dramatic an entrance as Zighy Bay. As you rise over the pass from the rugged mountains flanking the bay the resorts private cove opens up before you - a seriously impressive sight! The resort itself is every thing you'd expect from Six Senses; tasteful, eco friendly, food focused and super relaxing. Taking a swim at sunrise with the mountains shrouded in the morning mist is a real experience!
The initial reason for booking a stay at Zighy Bay in Oman for our first family holiday was, I admit, the fact that it offered the chance to arrive in a rather spectacular way - paragliding into the resort from the vast mountain range hundreds of feet above.
As an adrenaline-junkie, this method definitely appealed to me, but as I stood there, the wind pulling me towards the edge, I realised that having a baby had changed me in more ways than one. I could no sooner launch myself off this vertiginous mountain than I could now contemplate a clubbing holiday in Ibiza.
Returning to my husband Mike and four-month-old baby girl Clemency to take the more conventional route to Zighy Bay - in a 4x4 vehicle - I understood that this break would be very different from those I had enjoyed in the past.
When Mike and I met six years ago we shared a strong sense of wanderlust, and our holidays typically took us backpacking through jungles or kayaking along the Croatian coastline.
Having had a baby, I wondered how much we would still be able to do. There are those who say that four months is actually the best time to travel with a baby because they haven't yet become whirling dervishes. So here we were testing the theory.
One of the reasons for choosing Oman at this time of year was that it would be sunny yet not stiflingly hot. It also felt like a relatively adventurous place to visit, while boasting an abundance of modern healthcare facilities should we need them.
Mike and I had been to Oman before - enjoying a trip to the capital Muscat and then an awesome stay in tents among the dunes of the Wahiba sands - and always planned to return.
This time I thought we might stick to one location for convenience but I wanted to find somewhere that still had a sense of the traditional Oman. A new hotel - Six Senses in Zighy Bay, on the northern Musandam peninsula - seemed ideal.
Nestled between a dramatic mountain range and a pristine white sandy beach, the hotel sold itself to us not only because of its location but also because of its childcare facilities.
Rooms are made child-friendly ahead of arrival and most of the villas have private pools. For adults who have retained an adventurous streak, there are also plenty of activities to enjoy, including hiking and diving.
We decided a week would be ample for our first baby-included trip abroad and set about packing.
Five hours and two arguments later, we emerged from the house with a massive suitcase for Clemency and a smaller carry-on bag for me, leaving Mike just about enough room to squeeze in his toothbrush and a pair of trainers.
Although it was something of a luxury, it proved to be money well spent as it took the stress out of finding a parking space and waiting for shuttle buses.
The journey itself was uneventful - I had felt rather confused beforehand by travel advice regarding babies, but things were less awkward than I imagined.
We took Clemency in her pram right up to the departure gate, the pram was then stowed in the hold and she was given a bassinet to sleep in.
The only slight (if understandable) inconvenience was that she had to be woken up to be strapped to me for take-off and landing - otherwise it was relaxing.
We also realised that flying with a baby can have its perks - we were allocated bulkhead seats, endured no queues at the gate and got lots of help and advice from the cabin crew (especially from one woman called Sandra who found me a secluded corner to breast-feed in before we set off).
We flew to Dubai - it's closer than Muscat is to Zighy Bay - and we then had a two-hour journey by road. I liked watching camels with their lazy gait lolling along the dusty plains that stretched out beyond the motorway - and I also loved gazing up at the majestic mountains.
Despite discounting the option of paragliding into the resort, our journey through the mountains was still rather eventful, given the tight turns and steep drops, and I was grateful finally to reach the hotel. Certainly it had made for an arresting sight from a few hundred feet up.
We were handed a date smoothie upon arrival (dates, figs and many herbs are grown in the hotel's gardens) before taking a tour of the resort, which in many ways resembles a traditional Omani village, with stone-clad villas and thatched roofs.
Parked outside each villa are bicycles to navigate Six Senses' palmshaded paths. However, with Clemency confined to her pram, we walked pretty much everywhere.
Everything we could possibly want for Clemency had been thoughtfully left for us in our villa, including a changing mat, nappies, bottle-steriliser and baby bath.
Faced with a five-hour time difference, I thought we would pay for disrupting her routine, but miraculously she grizzled for only one hour before settling into Omani time.
By giving her a bath soon after our arrival, I think it helped convince her it was time to sleep and off she went - even though it was actually 3pm UK time.
Babysitters were on offer during our stay, but we didn't make use of them. We simply took Clemency wherever we wanted to go.
There were plenty of activities (crab-hunting, cookie-baking and Arabic lessons, to name a few) to keep older children entertained. For us, though, it was about spending quality time together in the villa and at our pool.
We did go to the spa, where we had time to unwind in an ice room and sauna.
There was also lots of space to just sit and feed Clemency while sipping a special blend of hot ginger tea. The spa was wonderfully clean and I felt comfortable about putting her down on the stone floor.
Before giving birth, I would have jumped at the other activities on offer such as hiking, kayaking and diving but, given my new-found timidity I opted for the more sedate Arabic cookery class.
Daniel Smith (Staff)
Its such a treat to go on holiday to a private villa within a resort and have your own pool but also to be on the beach. A week at Zighy Bay is wonderfully relaxing, there is plenty on offer if you are feeling adventurous and its also important to make the most of relaxing by your own pool. Six Senses train their staff to a perfect mix of helpful and non irritating. Dinner at Six Senses on the Edge is an experience not to be missed.
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This fantastic offer is valid for all room categories.
The board basis for the complimentary nights will be the same as the paying nights and is applicable towards the end of the stay.
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Location & directions
Musandam Peninsula, Oman
Six Senses Zighy Bay is located on the northern Musandam Peninsula in the Sultanate of Oman, a simple 2-hour journey from Dubai. The setting of this beautiful, indigenous and village-style accommodation and private marina is spectacular, with the dramatic mountains on one side and a 1.6 kilometre sandy beach at Zighy Bay, on the other.
How to get there
Zighy Bay is located 120 kilometres, or a 2-hour drive from Dubai International Airport.
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