Be cast away at this enigmatic beach resort in coastal Oman. As a gateway to the country’s celebrated relaxation and recreation opportunities, as well as one of its premiere hospitality properties, Millennium Resort Mussanah brings the wow factor from the off. Affording tremendous views of the iconic Al Hajar Mountain range and the Gulf of Oman, scenic splendour greets you in every direction. The hotel even has its own marina from which to explore the glistening waters and beyond. Holidaymakers know Millennium Resort Mussanah as a haven of wellness and leisure, be it sailing, diving, spa rejuvenation or fun-filled family breaks; it’s all waiting for you here.
Leisure facilities at Millennium Resort Mussanah
For adrenaline junkies, test your nerve on the resort’s fully certified 200m dual zip line. Too extreme? Cause a splash at Millennium Resort Mussanah’s floating aqua park, a wicked watercourse built into the resort’s harbour where floating shapes bring whoops of joy from kids trying to jump from one to another. For an even bigger splash, sign up at The SEAOMAN Diving Centre, located at Millennium Resort Mussanah. It’s Oman’s biggest, and can unveil the marine treasures of the Daymaniyats, the Al Munassir shipwreck and the Fahal Islands. Aside from all the action, rest and relaxation should feature on your itinerary too. Retreat to onsite spa Sayna for aromatherapy, massage and other indulgent and transcended treatments.
The food at Millennium Resort Mussanah
As diverse as the activities on offer at this amazing Oman hotel are its dining options. Drawn from the culinary crossroads of the globe, savour a range of cooking and cuisine from as far as Morocco, India, The Mediterranean and more. Six venues in all: Mydan Restaurant, Azure Restaurant, Al Bahar Restaurant, Compass Bar, the Deck and a pool bar & beach club are on hand to serve and entertain diners, while Millennium Resort Mussanah’s ‘Dine Around the World’ concept at the main restaurant dishes up different international cuisines foe each night of the week.
All-inclusive package at Millenium Resort Mussanah
Guests can enjoy an international buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Mydan Restaurant, meanwhile Azure Restaurant offers an a la carte lunch and dinner. Beverages in the package include house wines and spirits, beers, and soft drinks. Alcoholic beverages will be served between Saturday and Thursday from 12pm to 11pm with the exception of the window between 3pm and 6pm. Adhering to local regulations, on Fridays, alcohol will be only be served between 2pm and 11pm. The generous all-inclusive package at Millenium Resort Mussanah includes access to all leisure facilities, including swimming pools, mini golf, tennis, the floating water park, a 200m zip-line, and the spa-facilities (including the steam room, Jacuzzi and gym).
Good to know: Oman and by extension, this hotel, practice strict guidelines during Ramadan. As such, alcohol consumption is restricted to guest rooms during this time of the year. At other times, (unless otherwise mentioned) alcohol may be consumed as follows: Alcoholic drinks from Saturday to Thursday will be served from 12pm to 11pm, except between 3pm and 6pm, adhering to the countries local laws. On Fridays, alcohol beverages will be served from 2pm to 11pm. Ramadan is from 2nd April - 1st May and 22nd March – 20th April 2023. Please speak to your Middle East specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.