Arabian Sea Villas

Along the beautiful coastline of Dhofar in the south of Oman – particularly in South Dahariz nearby Salalah the second capital city of the Sultanate, villa’s in sandy colours, decorated with a special local stone and with rich flowered outer walls catches the eye. Dhofar is home for frankincense trees. Frankincense is traditionally embedded in the daily life of the Omani people. A tradition, that Arabian Sea Villas, likes to share with the guests.

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Still common in contemporary Omani architecture, marbled stairs in grey, black and white guides you through this beautiful guesthouse to rooms with a city view, a sea view, with a sea view with balcony or with a sea view shade roof terrace. Every room, double or single has his own bathroom with shower and sink (a few rooms have bathtubs), toilet, refrigerator, and satellite television. AC units and ceiled fans keep the rooms cool. Arabian Sea Villas are well known for their cleanliness.

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In the early morning before leaving the Villas, there is the breakfast buffet that offers banana, papaya, dates…. local flavours. A 24hours self-service bar provides tea and coffee, the WIFI is for free. The access to the internet is available by a password gently given by the staff at the reception desk that speaks Arabic, English, German, French.

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With this blend of comfort, natural beauty and hospitality, Arabian Sea Villas wants to ensure the guest that their holiday can become rich and full of memorable moments.

Location

The Arabian Sea Villas are situated nearby Crowne Plaza Hotel, about 300m walk along the beach. Five minutes away by car is Salalah city. Arabian Sea Villas is also perfectly located for visits to the Frankincense Land, to the beautiful archaeological sites. Nearby are the mountains and the Rub Al Khali Desert better known as the Empty Quarter.

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