Oman's new Al Mouj Rayhaan by Rotana hotel-project to be launched soon

Golden Group Holding will launch the Al Mouj Rayhaan by Rotana hotel project in Muscat this month

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The Golden Group Holding (GGH) will launch the Al Mouj Rayhaan by Rotana hotel project in Muscat, on March 25, 2019.

 

According to Oman’s ministry of tourism, the four-star hotel that will open in 2021, has 251 hotel units ranging from luxurious rooms and suites to hotel apartments.

The hotel – named Al Mouj Rayhaan by Rotana – will be located within the Al Mouj development, an integrated tourist complex spread along a six km stretch of Muscat’s coastline, comprising hotels, luxury residential properties, retail and dining facilities and a private yachting hub in addition to Oman’s only signature PGA-standard 18-hole links golf course, designed by Greg Norman.

According to a previous article by Hotelier Middle East, the Oman-based Golden Group Holding signed an agreement with Rotana at the Arabian Travel Market 2017. The two companies had previously signed an agreement in 2015 for the development of five new hotels in Oman.

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