April, 2024

Eid escape at higher altitudes

unnamed (5)DUBAI-  Experience the serenity of Alila Jabal Akhdar, in the neighbouring Sultanate of Oman this Eid Al-Fitr.

Elevated 2000 metres above sea level, the resort offers unparalleled views of the Al Hajar mountains surrounded by pristine beauty.

The perfect venue this Eid for those seeking a cooler getaway with friends or a trip to the Oman mountain ranges with the family. 

Perched atop the Green Mountain, Alila Jabal Akhdar has built a reputation as the ‘peak of tranquility’.

During the period of the 27th of July to the 2nd of August the resort presents an unrivalled two to three night stay including bed and breakfast, an array of family activities for children, revitalising pool amenities, specials available on Spa treatments and a sumptuous Eid buffet of traditional Arabic cuisine featuring local Omani dishes and sweets during breakfast, lunch and dinner.

A special touch is added this Eid with a grill station arranged outside the Juniper restaurant overlooking the mountain range.

unnamed (3)In exemplary Omani fashion, guests are warmly welcomed into this stunning property in the lobby with the renowned Omani, sweet ‘Halwa’, traditional local coffee and dates.

With activities ranging from exploring the rugged outdoors to lounging on the pool deck with an array of refreshing, complimentary amenities including mocktails, fresh fruit skewers, face-mist, sunblock and cold towels on offer, the hotel ensures the comfort of their guests provides something for everyone.

For families visiting during July 30th and July 31st from 4:00pm, will have the opportunity to experience a variety of fun activities for children during “Azwa”.

unnamed (4)Whether it is to escape to cooler pastures or to witness nature’s unsurpassed beauty in the architecturally awarded property, Alila Jabal Akhdar caters to couples, adventurers, families and nature lovers alike this Eid with its wide range of offerings.    

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