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    Fraser Suites Muscat

    Luxury Serviced Apartments In Muscat - We are now open! 

    Enviably situated in the towering Landmark complex, Fraser Suites Muscat offers luxury serviced hotel apartments in a highly sought-after Muscat location. The property has 120 serviced apartments, ranging from Studios to One, Two and Three Bedroom configurations with stunning 360-degree city views.

    With modern décor throughout and an abundance of space, Fraser Suites apartments in Muscat are exceptionally well appointed. A roof top swimming pool, boutique shopping arcade, and a ballroom for up to 800 people are just some of the highlights. To complement the luxurious serviced apartments, there’s a 24-hour gym, as well as a spa, outdoor garden with a children’s play area, and a convenient, all-day dining restaurant.

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    Located in the heart of the central commercial district, Fraser Suites Muscat has many multinational companies right on its doorstep, making it especially convenient for business travellers. Surrounded by three major malls and the soon-to-open Mall of Oman – which will be the nation’s largest – guests are truly spoilt for choice.

    In addition, the old Muscat, with its centuries-old souk and breathtaking architecture, is only 20 minutes’ drive away from the property, which is only 15 minutes from the new Muscat International Airport.

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    Fraser Suites Muscat

    Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

    A gift to the nation from Sultan Qaboos, this breathtaking example of modern Islamic architecture is a fitting tribute to mark the occasion of the 30th year of his reign. The mosque is home to one of the very largest hand-loomed Persian carpets, which took some four years to painstakingly weave. Don’t miss the ornate splendour of the main prayer hall – truly a sight to behold. 

    The National Museum of Oman

    A tantalising blend of old and new, Oman’s National Museum is in the centre of Old Muscat; however, the building itself is strikingly modern. Reminiscent of a gallery, the exhibits are displayed with due reverence, surrounded by ample space. Liberal use of technology helps to bring the superb artefacts – and Oman’s rich heritage – to vivid life. The museum is just across from the Sultan's Palace.

    Muscat Gate Museum

    Arguably one of the most striking exhibits at this museum is the original gates to the city, which were still a key line of defence just 50 years ago. Truly the gateway to Muscat in their day, they mark the boundary of the ancient city wall. The site is also a good spot for taking in some fine views of the royal court and the ever-popular corniche.

    Al Alam Palace

    Located in Old Muscat, Al Alam Palace is among the most celebrated landmarks in Muscat. As the ceremonial palace of Sultan Qaboos, its beauty is spellbinding. An architectural wonder, the Palace is one place that you should definitely see, even if you are only on a short visit. 

    Zulfa Mosque

    Widely held as one of the finest mosques in the country, Zulfa Mosque is renowned for its multicoloured glass and striking green domes.

    Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

    An unmissable landmark is the magnificent Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, the largest of its kind in Oman. Beyond its striking architecture - particularly its imposing dome – the ornate interior is absolutely stunning, with vibrant colours and unique features.

    Al Jalali and Al Mirani Forts

    Built by the Portuguese to defend the harbour, Al Jalali Fort and Al Mirani Fort are located in Old Muscat. Famous throughout Oman, they have a long and storied history of repelling invaders - and architecture that reflects their rich heritage.

    Oman Automobile Club

    Since it was founded in the late seventies, the Oman Automobile Association (OAA) has grown to incorporate the Oman Automobile Club, the governing body for car, go-kart and motorbike racing. Through its affiliations with the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and the Alliance Internationale de Tourisme (AIT), it champions motorsport in Oman and issues International Driving Permits and Carnet De Passages.

    Royal Opera House

    As the principal organisation for the arts in Oman, the Royal Opera House is more than just a world-class venue for performers. Dedicated to promoting global cultural engagement, it offers diverse artistic, cultural, and educational programmes that nurture creative talent, while also promoting global exchanges and collaborations. Visitors can also marvel at the formal landscaping and spectacular Omani architecture.

    The National Museum

    Established by Royal Decree in 2013, the National Museum documents two million years of Omani history. One of the very latest additions to the cultural landscape of Oman, it occupies a striking modern building with an imposing façade.

    Kalbuh Beach

    A popular spot, Kalbuh Beach is one of the very best places for swimming in Muscat. Located close to Kalbuh Park in Muttrah, it offers scenic views across the Gulf of Oman, as well as mountains and parkland.

    Sifah Beach

    Nestling on the eastern coast, Sifah Beach is located near Jebel Sifah – which translates to Sifah Mountain. Visitors can enjoy all kinds of water sports or simply relax on the pure white sand while aquamarine waves lap their feet….

    Qantab Beach

    In a small bay, just a short distance from Muscat, lies beautiful Qantab Beach. Visitors can enjoy watching the local fishing boats ply the turquoise waters, exploring the surrounding rock formations and appreciating the traditional Omani hospitality.

    Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex

    Home to the Omani national football team, Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex is a multi-purpose stadium in Boshar, a district of Muscat. With a capacity of 39,000 spectators and parking for 10,000 vehicles, the facility has been built on a grand scale.

    Al Mouj Golf

    Designed by Greg Norman, the course at Al Mouj Golf runs along Muscat’s stunning coastline, offering players a challenging course with truly breathtaking views.

    Awarded Best Golf Course of the Year at the 2016 Middle East Golf Awards, Al Mouj Golf includes an 18-hole par-72 course, a 9-hole Academy course, a driving range with private tuition bays and other facilities, including a smart clubhouse and a well-stocked pro-shop.

    Participate in tournaments and events, or simply relax with friends at the Academy restaurant, which overlooks the towering Hajjar Mountains.

    Ghala Golf

    Nestling in a picturesque valley and flanked by the Al-Hajar mountains, Ghala Golf Course offers players of all levels a challenging game, with narrow fairways leading into the mountains.

    A members-only clubhouse provides an ideal setting to unwind, with an open porch overlooking the fairways and plenty of good food and cold beverages.

    Orient Restaurant & Café

    Serving authentic local cuisine, the Orient Restaurant and Café is an ideal venue for your first taste of Omani Shuwa. One of the most delicious national dishes, Shuwa is tender, delicately cooked meat infused with Omani spices. Diners can also sample mouthwatering desserts, such as Omani lugaymat: crispy dumplings made of dough soaked with date syrup.

    Grand Fish Market

    Occupying two whole floors, one specifically for families, Grand Fish Market is amongst the most well-known seafood restaurants in Muscat. As well as fresh fish and seafood, caught daily, the restaurant’s menu offers a broad selection of soup, appetisers and salads.

    The Turkish House Restaurant

    Blending Turkish styles of cooking with Omani fish and seafood, The Turkish House Restaurant offers quality, variety and prices that keep customers coming back for more.

    Graffiti Burger Bar

    Known for its friendly staff, music and exceptional burgers – including mouthwatering vegetarian options – Graffiti Burger Bar combines high quality food with a delightful dining experience.

    Mani's Gourmet Café

    Managed by three Omani women, who are dedicated to serving healthy dishes, Mani’s is known for its delicious hot and cold drinks, as well as tasty meals. This distinctive and much-loved café, situated at Al Quorum Beach, is renowned for its egg breakfasts and homemade cakes.

    Tche Tche Café

    Known for its shisha, comfortable seating and superb views of Al Qurum Beach, Tche Tche Cafe offers pizzas, salads, sandwiches, freshly squeezed juices, and many more items, including a wide selection of vegetarian options.

    Oman Avenues Mall

    Currently the largest mall in the Sultanate of Oman, Oman Avenues Mall features an impressive collection of international retail brands, fine dining and entertainment. Part of the renowned LuLu Group, the mall occupies a total area of 145,000 sqm, making it a popular choice for branded goods, accessories, jewellery, electronics, and entertainment options, as well as restaurants and coffee houses.

    Panorama Mall

    With Spinney’s Supermarket, Twenty4 Department Store, City Cinema, Awani Housewares and Yellow Submarine family entertainment centre, Panorama Mall offers a great range of popular brands and fun experiences. A wide selection of casual dining options awaits at the mall’s central location in Muscat, which also offers ample parking.

    Muscat Grand Mall

    Home to more than 150 retail stores, Muscat Grand Mall offers a modern department store at one end and a traditional Arabic souk – complete with an oasis in the middle – at the other. There are 30 family-friendly food court options near the entertainment arcade, which offers games, rides and three cinemas. Enjoy spectacular sea views from the roof, a supermarket and generous parking too.

    Mutrah Souq

    Stretching out deep within the city, unable to be seen from the outside, Mutrah Souq is one of the oldest markets in Oman, founded two centuries ago. The market extends from a gate facing the Sea of Oman and Mutrah Corniche to another in the city’s old quarters – a popular gateway for travellers from rural villages.
    The narrow winding alleys and wooden roofs have earned this souq another name, the Market of Darkness, on account of its labyrinth of dark alleys and roads lined by shops that block the sun’s rays. The east and west parts of the Souq are referred to as ‘little market’ and ‘big market’ respectively, the latter being for wholesale purchases.

    Fraser Suites Muscat
    Landmark Building, 23rd July Street,
    P.O. Box 410, P.C. 133 Muscat,
    Sultanate of Oman.

    Tel :+968 22 506 688
    Hot Line :+968 22 008 800
    Email :
    Fraser Suites Muscat
    Landmark Building, 23rd July Street,
    P.O. Box 410, P.C. 133 Muscat,
    Sultanate of Oman.

    Tel :+968 22 506 688
    Hot Line :+968 22 008 800
    Email :