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All reviewsinfinity poolone nightno alcoholpremier roomreception arealives up to its nameprivate balconyal hamra villageoff roaddirt tracksunset and sunrisejebel shamsfloor to ceilingbeautiful roomsteep mountaintwo nightsabove sea level
Check-in and welcome, we felt like the king and queen had arrived at last. View, of course, was fantastic. We stayed in one of the deluxe cabins (front - row). Enjoyed the infinite pool, even if it wasn't heated that day (due to exceptional problems...More
All rooms are little houses. You might want to avoid room 5 because it’s located close to restaurant and people can see on your terrace and into your room.
Most of guests stay for one night only. But it’s worth to stay two nights or...More
In the Valley of Al Hamra, someone points out that into the mountain hills is your hotel, can't you see it? Ha, not really. But then when you get into your 4x4 vehicle and take the bump serpentine drive up to the hotel you know...More
This hotel is interesting, starting with the road too it, you need a 4x4. The rooms are basic but functional, ours needed a few touch ups. The food was ok, though the dining room could do with a little help, unfortunately the two nights we...More
We loved our stay in this hotel, the views were amazing as it is situated in the top of the mountain, dinner was okay, rooms were spacious and bathroom very modern. The pool was also very nice as the views were incredible
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The View did not have an alcohol licence when we were there in Feb. I think it is OK to bring your own alcohol and drink it discreetly in your room/on your balcony. Some hotels in Oman without a license apparently let you... More
The View did not have an alcohol licence when we were there in Feb. I think it is OK to bring your own alcohol and drink it discreetly in your room/on your balcony. Some hotels in Oman without a license apparently let you take your own alcoholic drinks to the dinner table, but you would need to check with the hotel management.