Shangri La Al Husn
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The Shangri La Al Husn hotel boasts 180 rooms and suites offering Shangri-La's highest level of service, amenities and privileges to the most astute of travellers. These are amongst the largest and most lavish in Oman, with an inviting décor inspired by the royal Arabian palaces and accented by authentic Omani artworks. Guests can enjoy access to the private 100-metre beach, as well as enjoy a complimentary mini-bar, daily complimentary afternoon tea and pre-dinner cocktails and canapés service.
The stunning accommodation at the Shangri La Al Husn is contemporary in style with Arabian-inspired luxury throughout. Rooms start at Deluxe and feature tranquil views of courtyard and pool area and a balcony or patio, furnished with a table and two chairs, measuring 8sq meters. Marble-clad bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle and Shangri-La toiletries. Media and entertainment amenities are complimentary in each room and feature in-room wired Internet and Wi-Fi access, DVD player (available upon request), in-house movie channels and Satellite / cable television. Refreshments are also included, with coffee/tea making facilities and mini-bar available.
Whilst the are no onsite facilities at the Shangri La Al Husn, children can enjoy facilities such as the Lazy River, children's pool, play room and water aquatic play area in the Al Bandar and Al Waha hotels. Children below 16 are not permitted to use the private beach or Al Husn pool.
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Superb! Highly recommend - We will return.
Stay Date: 06/2017, Kris S wrote this review.
Best holiday we've ever had. Staff amazing, facilities amazing, pool, beach, food, service all amazing. Visited during Ramadan and was a little worried that we would be made to feel unwelcome but it was exactly the opposite. Milan Drager the Hotel/R… See more
Best holiday we've ever had. Staff amazing, facilities amazing, pool, beach, food, service all amazing. Visited during Ramadan and was a little worried that we would be made to feel unwelcome but it was exactly the opposite. Milan Drager the Hotel/Resort Manager is doing a brilliant job. What sets this place apart is the attention to detail all down to the tiniest consideration. We can not recommend this place enough. Al Husn meant for adults only (very plush). Recommend the Speciality Suites if you can get one. The other two hotels in the complex more for families and younger children. It isn't cheap, but worth every penny and felt incredibly safe everywhere we went. Thank you to everyone there. Kris & Abi Collapse
An inspiring place for the luxury stay. Confident 5 start and beyond!!!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Tracy832 wrote this review.
This is the best hotel so far I have been fortunate to stay in. The hotel set up, the views around it are amazing. The food in Sultane restaurant for breakfast and dinner is divine. You do have to wait sometimes a little long for options from special… See more
This is the best hotel so far I have been fortunate to stay in. The hotel set up, the views around it are amazing. The food in Sultane restaurant for breakfast and dinner is divine. You do have to wait sometimes a little long for options from speciality menu, but you have nowhere to rush in Muscat of Oman and while you wait there are delicious choices on a buffet. The service is so friendly and efficient that it makes you feel on top of the moon every time you ask for anything in rooms, reeception, food outlets or the beach. Rooms get cleaned twice a day and then they also ask if everything is Ok or you might need anything. Any extras you might want ei lemon, nail cutters, etc, will be brought to you by a friendly and kind room service teams at no extra charge. Cool boxes on the beach are a very nice touch. Evening drinks in the courtyard between 18-19 are so relevant and cool. Please do not expect range of snacks and sandwiches for the afternoon tea session. Tea is a tea not a light dinner, my dear native English speakers, :) Collapse
Could have been great but only if.....
Stay Date: 05/2017, Veenay C wrote this review.
Great location, but unfortunately the one week holiday was ridiculed with issues from beginning to end. The best part of the holiday was the guided snorkelling (turtles galore), the staff service on the private beach (given that the rest was "closed"… See more
Great location, but unfortunately the one week holiday was ridiculed with issues from beginning to end. The best part of the holiday was the guided snorkelling (turtles galore), the staff service on the private beach (given that the rest was "closed"), and the F&B service particularly from a selection of staff (Mr Pramod, Ateesh, Sheikh & Vijendra). Airport tfr to hotel was without any drinking water (after an 8 hr flight), check-in is very slow, front office is generally a shambles (including check-out), Al-bandar + restaurants (except Al-tanoor) being closed for renovation (yes, building site) from second day did not help particularly (given veg diet) with no advance notice (even at time of booking and in subsequent communication with the hotel) and airport transfer back to the airport was also awful. The General Manager, Mr Drager tried to put things right but he has a weak crew to sort out - I wish him well. Tips for those willing to travel : ask for refurbishment timetable and speak with Mr Drager who will help - top marks for the F&B / private beach / guided snorkelling crew. Great view from Room 1332. Collapse
Deserve its rating in every sense
Stay Date: 05/2017, Catello L wrote this review.
This hotel is within a famous resort that offers incredible setting, excellent pools and access to sea. All that is great, and it is topped off by excellent service. We could not find anything bad about this hotel. We ate at their restauurants and fo… See more
This hotel is within a famous resort that offers incredible setting, excellent pools and access to sea. All that is great, and it is topped off by excellent service. We could not find anything bad about this hotel. We ate at their restauurants and found them to be excellent too. This hotel is in a complex with two more; be careful that this is the only one that does not accept kids, so only here you'll find peace and a very relaxig environment. A word of cauton : don't book one of their packages. We found ours not to be value for money. In fact the description names a couple of things that with the package were free (i.e. shuttle to town, kayak) that once on site we discovered to be free for everybody! Also, the cost of the additional benefits (like a free dinner at the fish restaurant and a free massage) were far less expensive that the price paid on top of the standard rate. My advice is to book the standard rate and to buy on site whatever you like; it'll turn out to be cheaper that to get a package. We complained about this with staff and, while at first they said 'too bad' this was the offer at the time of your booking, subsequently and after our persistance they gave us a discount on the daily rate (which was great and we appreciate it). Collapse
Disney Land in Oman
Stay Date: 04/2017, the_siegel wrote this review.
I spent a whole week at the resort, which is split into three different parts. Al-Husn is supposed to be the 5-star experience, Al-Bandar a category lower and the third part of the resort is more geared towards families. After a week to be honest the… See more
I spent a whole week at the resort, which is split into three different parts. Al-Husn is supposed to be the 5-star experience, Al-Bandar a category lower and the third part of the resort is more geared towards families. After a week to be honest there is not much difference between any of them. A resort for the typical British tourist, who flies 10 hours to then sit in a resort that has nothing to do with the country it is in, The large white rocks on either side of the resort remind you that you are not in Spain, but that's about it. The underpaid and overworked staff execute on command but are not allowed to think; the resort is far from Muscat, located in a series of bays that are being ruined by developers so there is not much point leaving this place either. This resort also feels slightly dated, it's been around since the 90s and hasnt changed much. I really have a hard time understanding the point of these resorts. Collapse
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