Built especially to host the 2010 Asian Beach Games, the Millennium Resort Mussanah is part of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, one of the world’s largest hotel companies with more than 120 owned and managed hotels across 20 countries. Just one hour’s drive from central Muscat, and 45 minutes from Seeb International Airport, the Millennium Resort Mussanah is an international resort sensitive to its Omani environment; providing the rich culture and traditions and warm hospitality that Oman is famous for in its serene coastal setting.
Nestled against the Gulf of Oman coastline, between the pristine beaches and stunning Hajjar mountains, the resort offers spacious guestrooms and apartments designed in a sympathetic blend of Arabian and Asian themes. Accommodation ranges from deluxe king-size guestrooms to studio, one and two-bed fully serviced apartments, providing flexible options for travellers whether on a solo business trip or taking a family holiday.
The resort commands panoramic views over the unique Omani landscape from the sea to the mountains: guestrooms benefit from this dual aspect, with sea-view rooms including a balcony with views over the marina and sea beyond. Inside, every room and apartment is sumptuously furnished to ensure a relaxing stay, with high specification bathrooms and living areas, and full connectivity allowing you to stay in touch while enjoying the resort’s relaxing surroundings.
Modern interiors and state-of-the-art technology make the resort’s 300-seat ballroom, three meeting rooms and event plaza the perfect venue for holding corporate seminars, board meetings and special events. Located in the west wing of the hotel, this dedicated business and conferencing space allows for a calm and quiet business environment separate from the hustle and bustle of activity elsewhere in the resort. Each meeting and event space is fully equipped for business needs with LCD projectors and screens, LCD IPTV, WiFi and LAN broad band internet, and smart home automation systems for lighting and sound. From international conventions, to weddings and board meetings, the resort provides the scenery and service required for the occasion.
The coastline provides not only a stunning backdrop to the resort, but also a wide range of leisure activities for guests of all ages. The resort’s five pools – including two infinity pools – overlook the beach and private 54-berth marina, where partner organisation Oman Sail offer sea pursuits from sailing lessons to banana-boat rides. The pristine beach adjacent to the hotel is the ideal spot to relax and soak up the sun or take a dip in the temperate waters of the Gulf of Oman.
Once tired from the day’s activities the resort’s four restaurants are set to restore and replenish. The Mydan restaurant and Naseem Lounge give an easy retreat from activities at any time of the day, either to the comfort of the restaurant and lounge, or to the terrace overlooking the marina. For a more exotic taste, the Al Bahar restaurant serves a fusion of traditional and contemporary Moroccan and Far Eastern cuisine for guests to sample before moving through to The Deck – a modern and relaxed lounge bar offering cocktails and light snacks to live music with views out to the water.