Sheraton Oman Hotel

Address: PO Box 3260, Ruwi, Ruwi, 112, Oman | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on PO Box 3260, Ruwi, Ruwi, is near Bait Al-Zubair, Corniche, Bahla Fort, and The Frankincense Trail.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Oman Hotel Ruwi

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Ruwi

Oman, staying with Rebecca

A travel blog entry by mayston on Mar 25, 2015

3 comments, 6 photos

... we were able to look directly on to, as it was partly obscured by a dust storm. It created a very eerie ghostly atmosphere. The food needs a chapter on its own. Last night we had a wonderful traditional meal near the souk at a resturant called Bait Luban which means House of Frankincense. We were served frankincense water to start with. Then Rebecca chose traditional dishes that would usually only be found in the home. Arseeya - Slow cooked meat and rice (or ...

Nizwa,jabal sham and misfat

A travel blog entry by kate.timaeus on Dec 05, 2014

31 photos

... views over the surroundings. just below the fort was the souk ,all original ,unlike in Qatar. An Omani hat was tried on by Sebastian but his head was too big! Onwards to jabal sham, Oman's Grand Canyon , 3500 feet high, we enjoyed our picnic in solitude until wild goats came to pester us. From there we travelled to Misfat, Oman's oldest village (700yrs). A labyrinthine village of alleys and irrigation channels chiseled into a steep hillside. We imagined this ...

Mountain explorations

A travel blog entry by dskerik on Apr 01, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... did. The guys in the restaurant welcomed us in and we had an amazing lunch. Dave told them we were ahead of the group! It was a buffet and by the time we left, there was more bread pudding than beef left!! We were leaving when the tour group finally rolled in! We left quick!! We drove around looking for the terraces, which were hard to see from the plateaus and we found them. We drove down some really crazy roads! There was one road that ...

A Welcoming Oasis

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Jan 21, 2014

8 comments, 36 photos

... Crystal chandelier and take countless photos of the unique tiled niches. The Indian cooking class Michelle scheduled taught me some new techniques and gave me the confidence to try some new recipes and explore the tastes of India.

Last but definitely not least, were the meals. I could go on and on about the food, every day it just got better. The Omani restaurant served fresh salads and giant shrimp, as well as an ...

Return to Muttrah Souk

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Nov 04, 2013

... valleys & wadis, zigzagging across the mountain chain. These passes divide the Hajar Mountains into W and E. The biggest mtns are on the Izki to Sumail section, where the walls of Jebel Akdhar to the west are formidable indeed. To the east the mtns are smaller, the irregular serrated red ophilite hills lifted from the ancient sea bed. At Sumail Gap there is an especially ...