Tuesday, 30 May 2023
Kempinski Hotel Muscat opens its doors to guests

Kempinski Hotel Muscat opens its doors to guests

Encompassing more than 6km of beautiful coastline inside Al Mouj neighborhood, this unparalleled luxury location blends conventional Omani hospitality with the timeless European elegance of Kempinski. With 310 rooms and suites, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, ten planet-class restaurants and bars, a totally equipped well being club and an genuine spa encounter, Kempinski Hotel Muscat is a gateway to an genuine Omani adventure, a press release stated.

“Being the latest hotel addition in the heart of new Muscat, it gives me great pleasure to introduce this hotel to our discerning guests, who are eager to experience the remarkable European flair of Kempinski and join us on this journey,” mentioned Carsten Weigandt, GM of Kempinski Hotel Muscat.

Designed by Woods Bagot, Kempinski Hotel Muscat is a modern day interpretation of Muscat and the Sultanate of Oman, with standout components that are genuinely Omani in nature. The hotel’s buildings, with a façade inspired by the landscape of Old Muscat – such as the Muttrah Corniche – are a matrix of developing structures, outlining what was when a industrial centre.

The style of the lobby originates from the nature of lilies in a pond, and is inspired by the Al Alam Palace, the ceremonial palace of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said.

The prominent place of the ballroom – wherein the Muscat Ballroom is situated – establishes a powerful initial impression, with an architectural style inspired by Arabic lanterns, illuminated in the evening to reinforce the hotel as a landmark in the Al Mouj neighborhood.

“The opening in Muscat is part of the overall Middle Eastern growth strategy of Kempinski Hotels of luxurious properties in key destinations including full service resort and leisure destinations,” mentioned Henk Meyknecht, chief operating officer, Middle East &amp Africa and member of the Kempinski Management Board.

Kempinski Hotel Muscat comes as a dining location exactly where guests can encounter reside interactive cuisines at The Kitchen Restaurant or pick to indulge in a delightful north Indian encounter at Bukhara Restaurant. For light snacks and meals in the course of the day, the Pool Bar team requires care of every guest’s appetite, although relaxing and enjoying the sun. For fans of Thai street meals, Soi Soi is the spot to be – a lively restaurant reminiscent of Bangkok’s bustling street-meals scene.

For genuine Indian teas, Boulevard Tea House offers that and much more in a cosy setting.

Fresh coffee, dainty desserts and pastries can be identified at Café One, the hotel’s deli. Amwaj Lounge, the hotel’s luxury living area, sets the scene with a choice of French pastries and afternoon tea.

The 1,100sq m pillar-totally free ballroom can accommodate up to 700 guests and can be divided into 3 sections.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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