Fraser Suites Muscat officially opens, offers 120 serviced luxury apartments

Fraser Suites, which was officially launched in Muscat, Oman on Monday, offers 120 serviced luxury apartments. In addition to that, the property comprises studios and bedrooms

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Fraser Suites, which was officially launched in Muscat, Oman on Monday, offers 120 serviced luxury apartments. In addition to that, the property comprises studios and bedrooms.

 

The property that is located at the heart of the central commercial and business district, is also close to the new Muscat International Airport.
The ballroom at Fraser Suites Muscat, used for hosting weddings or general meetings can hold 800 people. The property’s all-day dining restaurant — the Oak — has a fusion of Middle Eastern and international Cuisine.
Frasers Hospitality currently has six properties in the Middle East. It’s first property here was the Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain in 2009. Post that, it launched the Fraser Suites Diplomatic Area –in Bahrain and Fraser Suites Dubai.

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