Oman’s Chedi Muscat completes renovation

The hotel has also invested in new kitchen and dining equipment

Eight of the hotel’s Serai rooms now feature private, outdoor accommodation
Eight of the hotel’s Serai rooms now feature private, outdoor accommodation

The Chedi Muscat in Oman has completed its renovation and has opened its refurbished suites and rooms.

As part of the renovation, the property’s four-bedroom suite has a common living room anchoring its four twin-bedded rooms.

In addition to that, Chedi Muscat, now offers a two-bedroom suite. The property has also utilised space from its gardens and has developed terraces.

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Eight of the hotel’s Serai rooms feature private, outdoor accommodation, and are now known as Serai Terrace Rooms. Terraces have also been added to the The Deluxe Club Rooms. 

The hotel has invested in new kitchen and dining equipment.

“Once again, the hotel feels as contemporary as a hotel can be,” said Morton Johnston, the hotel’s general manager.

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