Thursday, 25 Feb 2021
As part of its mission to accelerate the development of the domestic tourism and hospitality sector in the country, Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran), the executive arm of the sultanate for tourism development, unveiled plans to launch two new hotels – Atana Stay al Ashkhara and Atana Stay Salalah, previously as known as youth hostels.

Omran to introduce two new Atana Stay hotels in Al Ashkhara, Salalah

Muscat – 

As element of its mission to accelerate the improvement of the domestic tourism and hospitality sector in the nation, Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran), the executive arm of the sultanate for tourism improvement, unveiled plans to launch two new hotels – Atana Stay al Ashkhara and Atana Stay Salalah, previously as identified as youth hostels.

To quick-track the delivery of these properties which had been transferred to the business from the Ministry of Tourism earlier this year, Omran laid out an effective building programme and started upgrade functions in the two web sites. The projects are each on track to completion in Q3 2019.

Having distinct hotel offerings but showcasing the identical style, Atana Stay al Ashkhara and Atana Stay Salalah will create an extra 46 and 54 hotel rooms respectively, contributing a total of 100 rooms to Oman’s developing hospitality portfolio.

During a current website pay a visit to to evaluation the building progress at the Atana Stay al Ashkhara, H E Dr Ali bin Masoud bin Ali al Sunaidy, chairman of Omran stated, “The new Atana Stay al Ashkhara and Atana Stay Salalah will contribute towards supporting Oman’s domestic tourism through unique assets and experiences. This is in line with the national tourism strategy to cater to the increasing demand for hotel rooms in Salalah and Al Ashkhara.”

Peter Walichnowski, CEO of Omran stated, “Atana Hotels and Resort’s extraordinary journey began when we launched Atana Khasab and Atana Musandam in 2014, introducing an genuine Omani life-style inspired hotel notion. Since then, Atana hotels have evolved and welcomed a lot more nearby, regional and international guests.

“The highly anticipated launch of the two new Atana Stay properties is a part of our ongoing commitment to continuously develop the tourism sector across the sultanate, and diversify our hotel offerings.”

Omran has continually created the national workforce in the Atana Hotels chain, exactly where Omanisation presently stands at 41 per cent.

Atana Stay (three-star) hotels are a a lot more cost-effective version of the luxurious Atana hotels.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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