The hotel is getting constructed close to the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre as element of the final phase of improvement. H E Dr Sunaidy was accompanied by Peter Walichnowski, CEO of Omran and senior officials of the organization.
The project improvement team, led by Eng Said al Qasmi, senior VP, OCEC project at Omran briefed the officials on the progress and numerous facilities of this upcoming landmark hotel.
The 5-star home is the very first JW Marriott branded hotel in Oman and will play a essential part in boosting the MICE sector in the sultanate attracting enterprise travellers and vacationers. One of the distinctive promoting points of the home is defined by its direct connection to the convention centre and the state-of-the-art three,200-seat Rose Theatre, supplying handy access for conference participants and guests.
Walichnowski mentioned, “The addition of the JW Marriott hotel to Omran’s portfolio, a worldwide brand icon in hospitality, is an additional milestone that will additional contribute to the competitiveness of OCEC as complete-fledged events’ location in the area.
“The completion of the JW Marriott reinforces our position as the largest hotel investment company in the sultanate and given the size and quality of our portfolio, we are exploring ways to share ownership of this portfolio with the private sector. We want to give local and international investors a chance to invest in the growth of the Omani tourism sector,” he added.
The hotel will function six meals and beverage outlets, two ballrooms, a enterprise centre, meeting rooms and a spa and fitness centre. It will also encompass 3 outside pools and open-air function locations overlooking a organic wadi.
H E Dr Sunaidy mentioned, “Since its inauguration in October 2016, the OCEC has contributed to the advancement of the exhibitions and conventions centre in the sultanate. The hotel developments within Madinat al Irfan will play a significant role in attracting delegations, businessmen and investors as well providing more job opportunities for Omanis and SMEs.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily