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Hotel rating: Luxury
Set 2,000 metres above sea level, Alila Jabal Akhdar, which means 'the green mountain' in Arabic, is set in part of Oman's Al Hajar mountain range. Overlooking a dramatic gorge, the hotel is just a couple of hours' drive from Muscat. All suites and villas have outstanding views of the surrounding mountains, and are decorated with Omani-inspired furnishings. The restaurant serves international cuisine with Middle Eastern influences and the Alila Spa has Asian-inspired treatments that feature Omani fragrances. The region's rugged landscapes are a haven for lovers of nature and those seeking an escape from the desert heat.
Features: 78 suites and villas, restaurant, lounge, outdoor heated infinity swimming pool, spa, gym, Wi-Fi.
Room amenities: Air conditioning, television, minibar, tea & coffee facilities, balcony or terrace.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
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