An Omani family welcomes you to a spacious, airconditioned, and fully furnished room conveniently located in a safe and quiet district close to the city center and within easy reach of the city landmarks such as Muscat Grand Mall, Grand Mosque, Lulu supermarket, beaches, restaurants, markets, sightseeing spots, and more. Many of the city's highlights are a short taxi ride away and all necessary services are within walking distance.
In the residential area you will find Omani, Indian, Chinese, and other international restaurants, as well as takeaways and many other shops. Mars supermarket and Omantel office are about a 5-min walk, and Lulu supermarket and Grand Mall are just a 10-min walk. International clinics, banks, and other services are in the immediate vicinity.
Private taxis are found all around. Shared (less expensive) taxis are two blocks away on Sultan Qaboos Street. Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is a mere 5-min drive, beaches are about a 20-min walk away, Muscat International Airport is 15 minutes by car, it is a 10-min drive to the Opera House, and Chedi Hotel is just a 5-min drive.
You may use our fully equipped kitchen to prepare meals. Other available amenities include a washing machine and an iron, toiletries, computer, LCD TV, printer, Wi-Fi, PS3, XBOX, and a mini-fridge in your room. We love to interact with our guests and you are welcome to join us in the living room, where we dine and socialize. Note: No smoking inside the building.
At your request, we could also organize airport transfers, city tours, car rentals, and tours outside Muscat.
|Space offered||Private room|
- Air conditioning
- Free parking
- Washing machine
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(+ 1 review from partners.)
- Cleanliness 5.0 stars
- Facilities 5.0 stars
- Location 5.0 stars
- Value for money 5.0 stars
- Accuracy of description 5.0 stars
Patrick 5.0 stars 01/09/2017
Best way to discover Muscat and the surrounding area. - Die Familie besteht aus mehreren Brüder, die teilweise auch als Tourguide arbeiten. Halb Hostel halb Familie. Ohne ihre Hilfe und Gesellschaft wäre es in Maskat schnell langweilig geworden, und ich hätte nicht halb so viel gesehen, da man in der Stadt ohne Auto aufgeschmissen ist.