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Hyatt Hotels and Resorts opens 2nd Alila branded property in Oman, Alila Hinu Bay

American hospitality chain, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts has today announced the opening of Alila Hinu Bay in Oman, which joins Alila Jabal Akhdar as the brand’s second hotel in Oman along with 15 other Alila properties worldwide.

Location

Alila Hinu Bay is nestled on a secluded beachfront in Oman’s southwest region of Dhofar. The resort is within easy driving distance from Salalah International Airport. The untouched area is best known for its lush landscapes and cool summers. Along with the breath-taking scenery, the area is known for its rich Bedouin traditions and the renowned warmth of Omani hospitality.

Martin Persson, General Manager, Alila Hinu Bay, said:

We are very excited to add Alila Hinu Bay to the Hyatt portfolio and welcome guests to this region of Oman, a true nature lover’s paradise full of stunning landscapes, waterfalls and greenery. Dedicated to being responsible and sustainable, guests can enjoy the farm to table concept at one of our three dining options or treat themselves to a customized spa experience that uses natural products.

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Accommodations

Alila Hinu Bay consists of 112 guest rooms including 16 villas with interiors incorporating local materials which blend natural elements of the outdoors with clean, modern finishes. Guest rooms offer lagoon or sea views and each comes with its own terrace with fixed seating and the option of booking connecting rooms for families.

Standard Guest room. Photo: Hyatt

Pool villas, as the name suggests, come with private plunge pools and outdoor bathtubs, enabling guests to feel in tune with the natural surroundings. Further, all of the pool villas boast direct access to the beach and plenty.

Pool Villa. Photo: Hyatt

Dining

Each of Alila Hinu Bay’s dining venues is committed to sourcing the majority of their produce from local vendors.

Seasalt welcomes guests to indulge in a coastal dining experience whilst enjoying views over the ocean.

The Orchard delivers sustainable, all-day dining, which is brought to life using natural and locally-sourced ingredients.

The Lobby Lounge serves light refreshments and takes its cue from traditional Majilis-style seating.

The Lobby Lounge. Photo: Hyatt

Oasis Pool Bar offers a selection of snacks, fresh salads and refreshing beverages for the guests to enjoy by the pool.

Facilities

Situated between the mountains and the sea, guests have plenty of opportunities to immerse themselves in the beauty of the destination.

Those interested in diving can enjoy the chance to experience some of the world’s most stunning and intact coral reefs, while those interested in fishing can try their hand at reeling in the catch of the day.

Guests can unwind by the outdoor swimming pool or can relax with a treatment at Spa Alila, which uses only natural products, and which also offers a range of yoga and meditation classes.

Stepping outside of the resort, guests can continue their immersion into nature in the greenery of the Wadi Darbat valleys or by visiting natural caves, waterfalls and Khor Rori, the largest nature reserve in the area. Historical and cultural discoveries can be made at Mirbat Castle, the old merchant houses or the Sumhuram Archeological Park.

Alila Hinu Bay, Oman, adds to Hyatt’s existing Alila brand portfolio of 15 properties, joining hotels and resorts in Indonesia, India, China, Camboda, Malaysia and the United States. It is 27th Hyatt-branded hotel in the Middle East.

Hyatt’s lifestyle brand, Hyatt Centric recently opened its 1st property in North Carolina, United States in Charlotte. Also, Hyatt’s Andaz brand recently opened its 1st property in Indonesia, Andaz Bali.

Featured image by Hyatt

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