Jumeirah Muscat Bay | Oman | If Only

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Lying on a beautiful cove, tucked against the slopes of the rugged Al Hajar Mountains, with striking views over the sparkling waters of the Arabian Sea, the Jumeirah Muscat Bay fuses contemporary style and elegance with Omani heritage and tradition. The natural setting is truly spectacular, and days can be spent hiking the mountain trails, enjoying the abundance of water sports, or simply relaxing in the glorious white sands of one of the finest beaches in Oman. Culture vultures can explore the old forts, museums, and traditional charms of nearby Muscat City, which in contrast to many other Middle Eastern capital cities retains a gentle, old-world feeling with few high-rise buildings and a warm, true sense of Omani hospitality.

The Jumeirah Muscat Bay has all manner of tempting experiences to keep you from wandering too far afield. Stunning beaches, three swimming pools, one of which is adults only, a signature day spa and five exceptional restaurants which include fine dining, an international show kitchen and a beachfront option which has a relaxed, laid-back vibe offering fresh seafood, fabulous cocktails, and a front row seat of the vivid sunsets.

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Luxury Mountain Stay in Oman

Jumeirah Muscat Bay

Muscat, City and Beach, Oman

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Luxury Mountain Stay in Oman

  • 5 Star
  • Sat within the Al Hajar Mountains
  • Striking views over the Gulf of Oman
  • Access to private beach and three chilled outdoor pools

5 night stay

From £1,579 per person

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 195 rooms



Understated luxury, clean lines and a cool palette of colours sum up the range of beautiful rooms and suites. All have striking views over the Gulf of Oman, many have private balconies or terraces, marble bathrooms with rainfall showers and separate bathtubs come as standard. All the summerhouses & the sanctuary villa have private swimming pools & direct access to a private beach, with the sanctuary villa also boasting a private Jacuzzi. Family suites are also available.



With five superb dining spots, you’ll never be lost for choice at the Jumeirah Muscat Bay. Brezza is the resort's signature restaurant offering guests a rooftop location with a view and a menu of Italian, Mediterranean and seafood plates. Peridot gives speciality chefs the opportunity to take centre stage with live cooking stations throughout the day, enjoy a mixture of Asian, Middle Eastern and Western Cuisine during the interactive sessions. An intimate and inviting bar, overlooking the bay Anzo serves up global cocktails from master mixologists. For a relaxed meal head to beachside Zuka, the pool and beach bar where you can enjoy light salads, seafood and pizzas. For something a little different head to Tarini, a light lounge serving the best of local delicacies and elegant pastries.



Three swimming pools, a tennis court and one of the best beaches in Oman ensures there are a wealth of activities to enjoy. Kayaks, snorkelling and diving are all available, for those who like to keep their feet firmly on dry land, the hiking trails of the Al Hajar mountains, soaring behind the resort are a must.


Talise is the signature Jumeirah spa and wellness experience and offers a calm and serene space for guests to relax and rejuvenate. Alongside the extensive menu of treatments there is a sauna, steam room and traditional Hammam.



With family suites, a glorious beach and a dedicated kids club, the Jumeirah Muscat is a great option for families. Combine beach fun with culture and pay a visit to the old forts and museums in Muscat City. The dining options are also child-friendly with a FoodieKids menu available throughout the resort.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Muscat International Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 8 hours

Time difference

GMT + 4 hours


Approximately a 40 minute drive from the airport


The best time to visit Muscat is between October and March, when temperatures are warm yet enjoyable. In the east and north the climate is more Mediterranean, but the surrounding desert helps summer temperatures soar to 40C. The south has a year round tropical climate and even a monsoon from July to September – keeping temperatures in the high 20Cs.