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New hotels, mobile toilets facilitate khareef visitors

New hotels, mobile toilets facilitate khareef visitors

Speaking to Muscat Daily, Marhoon bin Saeed al Ameri, director common of tourism in Dhofar governorate, mentioned, “Thirty-five hotel establishments are ready for the season. They have a total of 4,115 rooms with 6,132 beds.”

He mentioned the hotel sector is nicely ready for the season.

Ameri mentioned that the Salalah Rotana Resort and Fanar Hotel have completed their expansion into Hawana Salalah location. The 4-star Millennium Hotel Salalah has opened in Al Saadah region. Similarly, the 4-star Bilad Point Hotel and the 3-star Bristol Hotel Salalah and Salalah Royal Hotel Suites have also opened. The Salalah Royal Hotel Suites is positioned in a thriving enterprise district opposite the Sultan Qaboos Mosque in Salalah and has 64 suites and apartments. This is to meet the escalating specifications of accommodation of vacationers in the governorate, as each and every year the quantity increases.

“The Ministry of Tourism operates four tourist information centres in Dhofar governorate – at Hafeet checkpoint, Salalah Tourism Festival site, Gardens Mall and Salalah Airport. The tourist information centres provide tourists and citizens with information regarding significant tourist attractions as well as tourism booklets and maps,” Ameri mentioned.

Talking about the lavatories,   he mentioned, “The ministry is providing a number of services to the visitors, including 44 mobile toilets. They consist of eight to 12 bathrooms, one of which is for the disabled. They operate round the clock.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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