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The Chedi stands where the majestic Al Hajar Mountains meet their luminous reflection in the serene waters of the Gulf of Oman. Positioned amidst an elegantly landscaped twenty-one acre garden oasis with 158 Omani influenced guestrooms and villas. This sublime yet central location hosts six distinct restaurants, a newly opened thirteen-suite Balinese spa, three swimming pools, including the 103-metre Long Pool and 400-square metre health club.
Sparkling waters, vibrant gardens and dramatic mountains can be seen from the guestrooms 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 with their magnificent sea and land views add exclusive landscaped gardens.
Frenetic souks scented by coffee and frankincense, timeless fortresses, vast deserts, soaring dunes and romantic seascapes, the Sultanate of Oman offers an inspiring diversity of exceptional natural and manmade experiences. Turtle watch at Ras al-Jinz or venture into the rolling Wahiba Sand dunes, summit Oman’s highest peak Jebel Shams in a 4x4 or hike to the Sultanate’s remote mountain villages and visit the Corniche at dusk when the lights come on around Muttrah’s souk, a hive of Omani social activity late into the Arabian night.
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- Overall: based on 2152 reviews
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World-class grounds but the rooms are a little tired
Stay Date: 10/2016, Jenny M wrote this review.
We stayed for one night at the Chedi at the end of our Oman holiday. The warm welcome is in the fantastic reception and you feel like you're entering a very luxurious hotel. Our room was ready early so we checked in and headed for the pools. The gro… See more
We stayed for one night at the Chedi at the end of our Oman holiday. The warm welcome is in the fantastic reception and you feel like you're entering a very luxurious hotel. Our room was ready early so we checked in and headed for the pools. The grounds of the Chedi are spectacular and the three pool areas all have a different vibe and are equally cool. We hung out at the long pool and had a very nice lunch delivered on a tray to our enormous bed (sun loungers are so over). This was meant to be adult only but there was teenager opposite us - not a massive problem as she was very quiet and well behaved but rules are rules, no? Our room was nice but not jaw-dropping and for the price, I expect my jaw to drop. They are small, the bathroom arrangement is a little odd and the air con is old fashioned and far too cold. It was impossible to change this so we had to switch it off. The bed is not the most comfortable. All in all, we were disappointed with the room. We had breakfast before heading to the airport. The buffet bar is very comprehensive and the quality is high and what you expect from a hotel like the Chedi. We ordered off the menu as well which was very limited. My pancakes arrived stone cold. My husband's didn't turn up so we had to ask after them and they eventually came along, his were hot! The waiter was apologetic to a point but it just seems sloppy at a hotel where the service should be good. The Chedi is an experience you don't want to miss in Oman, it's one of the most amazing hotels in the world in terms of the grounds, the gardens, the pools and on that, it doesn't disappoint. However, it is very expensive and I think the rooms need a refresh to justify the price fully. Collapse
Great place to unwind
Stay Date: 10/2016, DonaldII wrote this review.
This was the perfect place to end our Oman vacation. The architecture of the hotel is amazing and reflects the omani culture very well. The private beach and the different pools are great. For a short trip into Muscat the Chedi is a little bit to far… See more
This was the perfect place to end our Oman vacation. The architecture of the hotel is amazing and reflects the omani culture very well. The private beach and the different pools are great. For a short trip into Muscat the Chedi is a little bit to far outside the city. But we did all the sightseeing before our stay at the Chedi. So it was not a problem for us. Restaurant reservation should be done at arrival. We had problems getting a table in one of the restaurants. But there are alternatives, since there is more than one restaurant. Collapse
Tranquil relaxing stay at a wonderful hotel
Stay Date: 10/2016, Carina R wrote this review.
We stayed two nights at The Chedi last week and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The hotel and resort is finished to a very high standard. The decor is lovely throughout the common areas and the food in the restaurant is fantastic. There are three pools … See more
We stayed two nights at The Chedi last week and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The hotel and resort is finished to a very high standard. The decor is lovely throughout the common areas and the food in the restaurant is fantastic. There are three pools including an adult only pool and the way they are situated along the beach allows for a really tranquil setting. It's a very quiet hotel and is really geared towards couples and those looking for a quiet break so don't go there expecting a buzzy bar scene, everything is dead by around 10.30. I have two criticisms of the hotel that must be noted here. Firstly, the rooms are not luxurious in the way you would expect. We stayed in the three story building facing the ocean. The elevator and corridors in that building were dull and sterile. They could do with some plants or pictures to brighten them up. The room itself is basic. The decor is nice and the finish is to a high standard but it reminds me of a room in a city hotel rather than a luxury resort. I hated the bathroom layout. There was a separate toilet room with a glass door that didn't fully close and it provided no privacy at all. There was no balcony and I think a hotel like this should have a balcony to sit out in the evenings. Secondly, we rented a car through the hotel and when we returned it at the airport, nobody turned up to take the keys and check the car. We called the hotel and they were not helpful. They claimed they called ahead to notify the rental company we were coming, but nobody was in the office. It was very stressful as we were stuck at the airport not knowing what to do with the car and a flight to catch! But overall, service wise I loved the hotel. Day to day there wasn't enough the staff could do for us. However, when I think of what we spent that weekend, the service ought to be perfect! Collapse
Good hotel, friendly staff, however not so helpfull in problem solving and guest service!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Deniz H wrote this review.
The hotel is very pretty, and the staff is friendly and nice. İt is a luxurious and special resort experience. Unfortunately the hotel management and guest services are not so flexible. Many of our special requests were 'kindly' declined. Firstly,… See more
The hotel is very pretty, and the staff is friendly and nice. İt is a luxurious and special resort experience. Unfortunately the hotel management and guest services are not so flexible. Many of our special requests were 'kindly' declined. Firstly, We wanted to order from the 24hr menu after midnight, and the hotel did not let us order anywhere outside our room. This is not expected in such a luxurious hotel. Guest do not have to stay in their rooms to be able to eat after midnight. There must be a way to have food besides room service. Secondly, We asked for a upgrade in our room, as the room did not see a good view and this was a special occasion for us. The reception desk did not offer us a room even though there were availability for a better view room. I believe it would be a nice gesture, if they were helpful. Third, We had spa treatments for 3 days in a row, both me and my mother. So we had 6 massage treatments and were never offered a gift, extra hour etc. Fourth,We requested a late check out, offered paying for a room, and were declined. Our flight was after midnight and so had to spend the whole day in the hptel without a room. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2016, Nasser S wrote this review.
in short, inside The Chedi you get luxury and pleasure all day long! Wide beach area with lovely "Dating" table and chairs for couples occasions. Delicious food & drinks. Their buffet works morning to evening non-stop! A bit overpriced but worth i… See more
in short, inside The Chedi you get luxury and pleasure all day long! Wide beach area with lovely "Dating" table and chairs for couples occasions. Delicious food & drinks. Their buffet works morning to evening non-stop! A bit overpriced but worth it! Collapse
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