The Chedi Muscat

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Flanked by a private sandy beach and offering breathtaking views of the Hajar mountain ranges and the Gulf of Oman, The Chedi is an oasis of mysticism and luxury. Designed in the style of traditional Omani architecture with simple elegance and minimalistic furnishings, this is a sophisticated retreat for an unforgettable stay in the Arabian Peninsula. Six distinct restaurants, a Balinese spa - the largest in Muscat with 13 treatment suites and 400 square metre health club, tastefully appointed rooms and the highly recommended Chedi Club Suites and villas.


  • 158 rooms, suites & villas
  • 6 restaurants
  • bar
  • 3 swimming pools, two for adults only
  • tennis
  • health club and spa
  • club lounge
  • free WiFi


In Serai rooms (double bed only) with open plan bathroom, shower and free mini bar (water, juices, soft drinks and beer replenished once a day).

Upgrade options

Larger Chedi deluxe mountain or garden facing rooms  * deluxe club and deluxe club balcony rooms which offer club lounge benefits * Chedi Club Suites some of which are nearer the beach and offer a separate living area, balcony or terrace, free daily mini bar, afternoon tea, laundry and evening cocktails in the club lounge.


Breakfast. Half board available.

Private transfers

15 minutes from Muscat airport.

4 nights from £1089
  • Travel included
  • Breakfast
  • Extranight price £99

Premier offers for The Chedi Muscat

Premier Plus

Early booking room discounts up to 35%, FREE nights, FREE room upgrade, spa and food & beverage discount, early check-in & late check-out and upgraded room & suite benefits: Available on selected dates.

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