Reviewed by Martinakuckova a TripAdvisor traveler.
15th May 2018. Slovakia
Salalah Rotana Resort
P.O. Box 439, Al Saadah, PC 215, Hawana Taqah Road, Sultanate of Salalah Oman
T: +968 2327 5700 F: +968 2327 5701
Welcome to the luxurious Salalah Rotana Resort in Oman where you will be embraced by the traditional warm and friendly Omani hospitality.
The 5-star resort is set along the shores of the Indian Ocean with the famous Salalah Beach just in front of it. Salalah Rotana Resort offers 400 splendid rooms and suites that are beautifully built around the lagoons, water features and manmade canals for an unforgettable experience. The upscale hotel’s Omani-inspired architecture features a series of clusters surrounding the main building, housing major public facilities and amenities. Salalah Rotana Resort is a scenic 20km drive from Salalah Airport.
The resort has been carved from desert rock as the hotel rises out of the water, making it part of the landscape. In-room furnishings including beds, tables and sofas have been integrated into the main walls while Arabesque geometric designs and stone archways, constructed using traditional techniques, resemble a cathedral atrium and provide areas of contemplation. Natural light covers every corridor in the hotel as bright furniture provides the contrast against matt-finished walls, changing colour and texture as the shadows move and a new area of the hotel is bathed in sunlight throughout the day. High ceilings and a central, internally-lit handmade red clay dome complement the wooden finishing and decorative mashrabiya latticework windows.
Salalah Rotana Resort offers individual Experiences tailored for couples, for families and to discover Salalah and the Dhofar region. Click here for more information about the Experiences at Salalah Rotana Resort.
With its state-of-the-art facilities, Salalah Rotana Resort is the ideal destination for leisure and business travellers.
Discover Salalah during the Khareef (Monsoon) season and experience its misty rain and cooler temperatures, the annual highly desirable season in Salalah begins 21 June until 21 September with temperatures expected between high 27° Lo 22°. Salalah beach access is therefore restricted during the Khareef (Monsoon) period. To discover more about the Khareef season, click here.
Mevcut Tarih & Saat Çarşamba, 26 Şub 2020 - 08:50 (GMT +4)
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The abundant city of Salalah is widely known as Arabia’s perfume capital. Salalah, the second largest city within Oman, is famous for its history, culture and natural beauty. Experience the beautiful beaches and coastline along with the natural attractions of the nearby mountains and abundant frankincense trees lining mountain wadis.
Salalah Rotana Resort is set along the Indian Ocean in Salalah, Oman. Built like an Arabesque village, it is a close walk to Salalah Beach, and is a scenic 20km drive from Salalah International Airport.
Unique climatic factors make Salalah a magical spot and the jewel of theArabian Sea. The weather in Salalah is a phenomenon as it is entirely different from other cities and regions in the Sultanate of Oman and the neighbouring GCC countries, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait. It has a tropical consistent climate throughout the year. Salalah is directly exposed to the South East monsoon from mid-June to mid-September; this is known as the Khareef season. As a result, it has a lush green climate during the monsoon season and for some time after until the vegetation loses its moisture.
For couples Cherish every second as you create your own romantic moments at Salalah Rotana Resort. The magic begins from the moment you set foot on the property. Walk along our incredible sandy stretch of beach overlooking the Indian Ocean, or sit in your room balcony as you gaze longingly at the panoramic view all around. Marvel at the sky as the sun slowly sets in the horizon, changing hue all the time.
Pamper yourself with a rejuvenating experience at Zen the spa, or indulge at any of our restaurants or Destination Dining – crafted especially for you. Make it a tender moment on your honeymoon with our special touches. Enjoy the privacy and intimacy of your room, or step out onto the furnished terrace and treasure every moment of your candlelit dinner.
For families Salalah Rotana Resort is the perfect getaway for families – your home away from home. Choose to check in to a 2-bedroom family suite or connect two rooms, depending on the size of your family. Choose from a sumptuous gourmet meal for the family, or ask for kids meal should the little ones want something different. Have friends and family coming for a large get together? Why not opt to have it with us. We will recommend the ideal venue and offer you the best dining options.
Looking to relax and indulge in a bit of fun and games? Then look no further. Our temperature controlled swimming pool, steam bath, sauna for men and women, recreational facilities and a well-equipped gym, outdoor tennis courts and a lot more are all waiting and ready for you. Spend time with the young ones as they make new friends and play in the spacious Kids Club. Boats are available for fishing trips, and dolphin watch cruises.
For adventure - Discover Salalah and the Dhofar region Dhofar is rich in culture, tradition and history. Visiting this region is like you have lived in the past. It has a tropical climate all year around.
Salalah Museum It is the cultural centre of Salalah and has on display the Al Musnad writings, ancient scriptures and coins dating back to 11th century AD, pottery dating back to the middle age and traditional irrigation tools and manuscripts. The museum is open Saturday through Wednesday from 8am to 2pm.
Land of Frankincense Museum Considered among the most prominent historical museums in Oman, The Land of Frankincense Museum is in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage listed historical site, in Al Baleed.
Queen of Sheba's Palace On the shorelines of Khor Rawri, presently a sanctuary for migratory birds lies the ruins of Sumharam, dating back to as far as 3,000 BC. It also houses the summer palace of the Queen of Sheba, and was first excavated by American archaeologist Wendell Phillips in 1952.
Nabi Ayoub' Tomb or Job’s Tomb Nabi Ayoub's Tomb or Job’s Tomb lies about 40 kilometers from Salalah on Jable Ittin. Nabi Ayoub's Tomb marks the place where the remains of the Prophet can be found. On the walls of the building are verses from the Holy Quran. A small stone mosque near the tomb is believed to have been used by Nabi Ayoub for prayers.
Mughsail Bay Mughsail Bay has one of the most beautiful beaches in Oman. It's a good spot for beach activities and bird watching. You can combine a visit here with a trip to the blowholes, which are just round the headland at the western end of the bay.
Ain Homran Another Scenic location of natural spring is Ain Homran. It is an excellent spot for bird watching. Seven different species of eagles have been identified at Ain Homran.
Wadi Darbat Wadi Darbat is one of the most beautiful valleys in the Arabian Peninsula. A river flows through here to the sea at Khor Rawri. After the Khareef there is an impressive waterfall at the southern end of the wadi. You can often see white storks feeding amongst the camels.
Al-Husn Souq Al-Husn Souq is sometimes also called the Frankincense Souq. In fact, one section of the souq specializes in frankincense and other types of incense and perfume, while another section sells traditional Omani clothes and textiles. There are also a large numbers of tailors as well as a few simple restaurants.
Sultan's Palace (Al Husn Palace) The palace, known as Al Husn, was originally built by Sultan Turki in the 19th century, but has been extended by successive sultans. Today is a big, modern complex of buildings, overlooking the beach. It is surrounded on the landward side by a stonewall and entered through big teak doors.
Bird watching The Salalah region is one of the best bird watching areas in the Middle East. Good locations include just about anywhere in the Dhofar Mountains, Mughsail Bay and the ains (springs) and khors (creeks) to the east of Salalah.
Khor Rawri Khor Rawri is a creek just to the east of Taqah. The water and reed beds attract a lot of birds, making it a bird watching hotspot. Over the years, nearly 200 species of bird have been recorded here.
Grand Mosque Al Baleed's Grand Mosque was the greatest building in the city. It covered an area of 1,732 sq metres, had 144 stone pillars, a central courtyard and a large minaret, which was at least 5 metres high. The mosque was first built during the 10th century and remained in use until the 16th century.
Ayn Razat Ayn Razat is a beautiful spring. Located between mountains, you can relax here for hours.
Magnetic Mountain Though not well defined, it is on the way to Mirbat. However, please make sure to ask for proper directions before heading to this mountain.
Empty Quarter The Empty Quarter is one of the largest sand deserts in the world, where you can camp and enjoy an overnight stay and the cooler hours from sunset to sunrise among the panoramic sands and their serene silence. Meals and bedding are provided.