Hala Hotel Apartments

Address: Bayt Al Falaj Street, Muscat, Oman | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Bayt Al Falaj Street, Muscat, is near Wadi Shab, Bahla Fort, Tanuf Ruins, and The Frankincense Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Muscat

    Mina Qaboos

    A travel blog entry by ijulie on Jun 13, 2015

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... effectively over charged us. Despite this we had a wonderful day. The souk was like a rabbit warren. Lots of pashminas, local swords, silver and gold jewellery and clothes. A colourful and fascinating market. By the time we had wandered around it we were hot and tired and just wanted a long cold drink followed by a swim. I loved Muscat. It was very hot and dusty but a warm, colourful and fascinating place. So different to Dubai. I really enjoyed our visit ...

    Was it to good to be true???

    A travel blog entry by sue.susan on Apr 04, 2015

    10 photos

    ... on the coast line and several forts. If our guide is to be believed, Oman is a model place to live, where even the poor have cars and can live rent free in social housing (in isolated areas with no public transport), where there is free health care and eduction and everyone is happy. It left us wondering...and that seemed to be confirmed when a shipboard talk mentioned dissidents being deported and imprisoned, 'disappearances and sties of ...

    Omani desert

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 01, 2015

    8 photos

    ... tatty clothes....! We carried on along the coastline and reached some pretty marinas and small deserted sandy, rocky coves with bright blue waters. Once we hit the Shangri-La complex, we turned around and headed back. The final stop was along the Corniche, a small bay lined with shops and a large mosque with a blue mosaic minaret (tower). There were a few locals bustling along, but mostly small groups of tourists who were visiting the Mutrah Souq. The driver said this was ...

    Pool and Sukh

    A travel blog entry by petralynch on Aug 29, 2014

    5 photos

    Didn't blog for days and now twice in one day!

    We had the most amazing breakfast ever this morning, the choice and quality was amazing, varying from fresly made crepes and ommelets to bean soup, hummus and fresh fruit and yoghurt. We can't wait until tomorrow.

    We'll have an early start tomorrow as we're being collected at 9.30 to visit the grand ...

    Around Muscat, Sunday

    A travel blog entry by mikejen on May 11, 2014

    2 photos

    ... 2006 when oil prices recovered. The previous 15 years were ones of austerity when oil prices were low as $11 US a barrel. We were told this is one of the pitfalls of a one dimensional oil based economy and now that prices have increased there is an urgency to develop Oman as a credible tourist destination. This hive of activity has made getting around Muscat a real challenge. Even Emily the GPS has been confused because of the number of very new ...