Part of the Leading Hotels of the World Group, The Chedi is a luxury hotel in the Gulf of Oman.
158 Omani influenced guestrooms and villas - Sparkling waters, vibrant gardens and dramatic mountains as seen through the grand windows in all 158 tasteful, well-appointed guestrooms and suites heighten the calming effect of the natural and timeless environment at The Chedi Muscat. Eight Deluxe Club Rooms and thirty-eight Chedi Club Suites confer access to The Club Lounge, while the Chedi Club Suites with their magnificent sea and land views add exclusive landscaped gardens.
Six restaurants at The Chedi Muscat span the great cuisines and wines of the world, from the Mediterranean and the Middle East to Southeast Asia and India. Stylishly designed by renowned Japanese interior designer, Yasuhiro Koichi of Design Studio SPIN, The Restaurant blends clean Asian interiors with Omani architectural details. We count in-the-know locals among our regulars, especially at the award winning Beach Restaurant and The Restaurant, simple names that belie sophisticated dining experience.
Restaurants & Bars
Beach Restaurant Bistro/Café Main Restaurant
Spa: Ultimate individually planned programme
Thirteen-suite Balinese spa, three swimming pools, including the 103-metre Long Pool, 400-square metre health club.
Balinese therapies, Indian Ayurveda and indigenous rituals are among the highlights on the spa
Frenetic souqs scented by coffee and frankincense, timeless fortresses, vast deserts, soaring dunes and romantic seascapes, The Sultanate of Oman offers an inspiring diversity of exceptional natural and manmade experiences. On the outskirts of Muscat, sniff the world’s most expensive perfume Amouage where it has been handcrafted for generations, turtle watch at Ras al-Jinz or grab your camera for the colours and characters at the weekly livestock market at Nizwa. Venture into the rolling Wahiba Sand dunes, summit Oman’s highest peak Jebel Shams in a 4x4 or hike to the Sultanate’s remote mountain villages where artisans still craft traditional pottery by hand. Watch equally skilled craftsmen build dhows at the harbour in Sur and visit the Corniche at dusk when the lights come on around Muttrah’s souq, a hive of Omani social activity late into the Arabian night.