Omran announces investment opportunities for Ibis Styles hotel in Oman

Muscat’s first JW Marriot Hotel is also located within Madinat Al Irfan

The hotel will comprise 282 keys
The hotel will comprise 282 keys

Investment opportunities for a three-star Ibis Styles hotel that will be part of Oman Tourism Development Company’s (OMRAN) mixed-use development Madinat Al Irfan   are now open.

According to officials, the hotel will comprise 282 keys.

Omran has also announced investment opportunities for a ‘build-and-own’ commercial office building in Madinat Al Irfan’s Business Park. The net leasable area of the building would be approximately 16,000 square metre.

“Madinat Al Irfan East is a vibrant area that encompasses the country’s new events hub, Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre Precinct, which is linked to the new Crowne Plaza Muscat OCEC Hotel and Muscat’s first JW Marriot Hotel. This is in addition to the Business Park. OMRAN is now offering investors an opportunity to invest in this ideal and innovative business environment,” Salah Salim Al Ghazali, VP of Development Partnerships and Investment Relations at OMRAN said.

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