Crowne Plaza Sohar
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Crowne Plaza Sohar
Travel Blogs from Sohar
Proper dune bashing adventure to the campsite, with only about 4 getting stuck instances!
Really nice area to camp and got there just in time for sunset, weather perfect now.
Great food and great company, including the random camel guy in the morning and potentially the owner of some of the strange footprints depending on who/what they belonged to, and excluding the scorpion under my ...
... the way at the UAE's version of the Grand Canyon in the Hajar mountains which was quite impressive before stopping briefly in Dibba to photograph a mosque.
We stopped for lunch at the Sandy Beach Resort in Fujairah. Lunch wasn't included in the to buy it at the resort restaurant. Food was not bad and not overly expensive. After lunch we had half an hour or so to relax on the beach overlooking ...
... lived the same way generation after
generation. It was hardly known let alone governed.
All good things come to an end. I head for the marked campsite near the junction with
the 13. No camping and a dubious hotel. OK, no shower tonight so I
head back to the wadi, set up the tent and partake of my usual apple,
orange and Arabic bread. The bread's getting a bit stale now but
sufficient unto the day. Sleep is ok ...
... the hill and found a nice little niche to park the car. Looking back at the valley, I saw the sun set behind the mosque in the little town surrounded by green date palms.
There was no point in setting up the tent and it was dark already, so I stayed in the car and fed off Doritos and Salsa. To contact home I actually had to walk back a kilometre or so to get a signal. During the night it kept raining a bit and I was glad I was on higher ground than the ...
... and agreed to meet at a point when we reach Fujeirah.
On the way to Fujeirah you will experience the dessert sand, the interesting souks, the long tunnels underneath the rocky mountains, and passing through the rocky mountains broken to make way for the roads, and thinking of options on where to pass through.
We did not hesitate any minute when we passed by a beautifully landscaped-by-the-wind sand dune, we immediately had pictures ...