Oman’s Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort celebrates third anniversary

The property has introduced offers on stays for guests throughout the month of October

Offers include discounts on stays at the property’s rooms or private pool villas
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Offers include discounts on stays at the property’s rooms or private pool villas

To mark its third anniversary, Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort has launched offers for guests.

Offers include discounts on stays at the property’s rooms or private pool villas, VIP amenities, daily breakfast buffet at Al Maison for two people, a three-course special set menu dinner at Bella Vista for two persons, a custom third year anniversary cocktail or mocktail for two persons, and a 30-minute Himalayan massage for two persons at the Anantara spa throughout the month of October.

The property’s GM, Dagmar Symes said: “As we mark this important milestone in our journey, we look back with a great sense of pride and achievement but also forward as we continue to build on the precedent we have set. Since opening our doors, we have dedicated ourselves to drawing on our incomparable location and encouraging more and more guests to discover the beauty of Al Jabal Al Akhdar. On this occasion I would like to thank our wonderful team who work tirelessly to deliver a truly exceptional experience for every guest from the moment of arrival, leaving them with memories that will last a lifetime.”

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