Salalah Rotana Resort, Oman markets to British & European visitors

Salalah Rotana Resort, Oman markets to British & European visitors

The Salalah Rotana Resort in Oman has the best beach in Salalah. At least this is what Rhoda Nuhu from the team at Salalah Rotana Resort says. She has a strong point because she has "seen them all.”

Located in Salalah, known as the "city of perfumes", this resort started in 2014 and offers excellent amenities and a paradise in which to spend vacations. People will find crisp white sand of the resort and a place they will definitively enjoy. 

The resort has grown in popularity although it is still quite unfamiliar to British tourists. However, several Eastern Europe key markets have shown an interest in the resort for a number of years. 

This is a five-star property located only 35 kilometers from the city's new airport.  The resort offers 399 air-conditioned rooms with minibars and safes.  All the exclusive perks of a luxurious hotel are offered to room guests. It is definitively a paradise. 

“The opening of Salalah Rotana Resort is an exciting one for us, not only does it take us one step closer to reaching our ultimate vision, but it has strengthened the company’s standing as the leading hotel management company in the region,” says Rotana's Chief Executive Omer Kaddouri.

Rotana is an Abu Dhabi-based company that excels in finding destinations for people to travel.  They have established themselves in Oman and now they work in marketing the Salalah Rotana Resort to British and European travelers. 

The place offers a great getaway for couples due to its exotic white sand beaches bathed by the always warm waters of the Indian Ocean. With four restaurants, a spa that features massages, aromatherapy, Rotana has developed the perfect destination for European travelers.  

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