Safeer International Hotel

Address: Al Kuleiah Street, Muscat, 115, Oman | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Al Kuleiah Street, Muscat.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Safeer International Hotel Muscat

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Travel Blogs from Muscat

Bus to Muscat

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Sep 20, 2014

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I got up earlier today and packed my bag but also got a message that my Couchsurfing host Aziz cannot host me tonight, so I didn't have a place to stay when I would arrive in Muscat. The bus I was planning to take should leave around 3pm and normal travel time would be 5 - 6 hours. So, there should be plenty of time to sort out a bed, once I got there. Just in case, though I though I'll look up a cheap hotel on the Internet (there are no hostels in Oman), ...

A problem shared and an act of kindness

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... we decided to walk to the huge incense burner on top of a rocky outcrop at the edge of town, and away from the souk :0). The walk along the sea front was lovely, the temperature had cooled and the whole sea wall was made from marble, with lots of sculptures and parks along the way. The sea was beautifully clear and we spent some time watching the large fish we could see just offshore. We passed the fountain and a park and at last we were at the giant incense burner. ...

Muscat: 20,000 worshippers under the sun!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 02, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... maintained swimming pool. I did notice the high walls that surrounded the complex topped with rolls of barbed wire. The gates to the complex were kept locked and there was an ever present security guard visible in the gate house. ‘Unusual’, I thought, especially with such a low crime rate in Oman. Perhaps the measures are to keep the patrons in. We can’t have busloads of tanked up Brits and Irish running riot in the streets of Oman!!

We were now on ...

Busy day at Muscat

A travel blog entry by ourlifeinchina on Dec 24, 2013

51 photos

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No need to rush to visit

A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 29, 2013

4 photos

This should be my shortest blog post of the trip. Oman: not much going on here. While many in the rest of the group flew on to Dubai for a night, we thought it would be more relaxing and surely less costly to avoid Dubai and have the opportunity to see more of Oman. Our only hint at something potentially interesting was to visit the souk, so that's where we headed. Looking for a taxi stand, we asked a man in his car for directions. Next thing we know he offers us a ride ...