Haffa House Hotel

P.O Box 1498 Jibroo, Muscat, Oman | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on P.O Box 1498 Jibroo, Muscat, is near Wadi Shab, Bahla Fort, The Frankincense Trail, and The Frankincense Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Muscat

    A day in Muscat, Oman

    A travel blog entry by sandjtravels on Nov 30, 2013

    16 photos

    We took a tour called "Mystical Muscat." We started by driving to the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque. The mosque’s total capacity is 20,000 worshipers. The interior walls of the mosque’s main hall are completely covered with white and dark grey marble. These are decorated with murals of leafy patterns and geometrical designs. The mosque’s prayer hall floor is covered with a ...

    Living like an Omani

    A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng on Jun 06, 2013

    1 comment

    ... won 1-0. Since we had a co-ed group, we sat in the family section of the stadium. I was veery pleased to see that people in wheel chairs got to sit next to the little players bench on the field. They also got to meet some of the players. Very similar to the NBA, I noticed that there were a lot of darker people (probably Zanzibari Omanis) on the Oman soccer team. It was so much fun seeing all of the fans just go ...

    Day 42, Muscat, Oman

    A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Apr 26, 2013

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... not permitted to enter. From there we went to the Bait Adam Museum. The word Bait means house, so that it would be the House of Adam Museum. Here there were many artifacts ranging from jewelry, pictures, swords. This was just a collection that this family had gathered throughout the years and now opens their place for visitors. Outside there were tables filled with trinkets that you could purchase. We were given samples of dates ...

    Independent Travelling : Muscat and around...

    A travel blog entry by xuanargi on Sep 06, 2012

    45 photos

    ... Complimentary tea, coffee and mineral water was also provided.

    Food : There are about in total 13 restaurants/bars/lounges within the 3 hotels for you to choose from. We ate mostly at the Al Tanoor, which is a Middle Eastern restaurant with a hint of Asian (Indian) and European (pasta, pizza) choices. We did not find the food to be repetitive because there was a different ‘theme’ of food being served every night of the week while we ...

    Mashallah, inshallah, alhamdulillah, yallah

    A travel blog entry by cara.piraino on Jul 10, 2012

    ... Really she should've said "mashallah"... it was pretty funny.

    Inshallah: This word is used when referring to stuff in the future that will happen. It means "god willing". It is used all the time, like Amira said today "I'll bring you something tomorrow inshallah". We talked to them about the word - sometimes people say it to mean "no" but a lot of people find it very offensive, because it's basically saying you're not going with god's will. ...