With over a decade of solid presence, Muriya, Oman’s largest and most diversified private integrated real estate and tourism developer is committed
Muriya is the most diversified private developer building the largest destinations in Oman. Our towns are sustainable and thriving, embodying the essence of Omani culture, architecture and hospitality in design, community and quality of service.
CITY WALK MUSCAT
City Walk Muscat is set to be a vibrant beachfront downtown city complex in the Seeb area, serving Oman’s cosmopolitan capital city Muscat. The land covers an area of approximately 47,000 square metres and will comprise of a luxury hotel, exclusive retail outlets, restaurants and cafes.
Jebel Sifah, located 20 minutes from Bandar Khayran, is spread over 6.2 million sqm and is designed to include six world-class hotels, of which the Sifawy Boutique Hotel is operational. It also houses freehold residences, an 84-berth marina, cafes and restaurants, while the 9-hole PGA Harradine signature golf course is in its final stage of development and due to launch by early 2017.
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A secluded island covering 11 million square metres, As Sodah is located off the southern coast of Oman near Salalah. Set to be the region’s niche destination, As Sodah will be the exclusive setting of a luxury boutique hotel, featuring sophisticated pavilions with swimming pools, a spa, main lodge and private access beach.
Muriya’s flagship destination is located in the tropical city of Salalah in the southeast of Oman, with an area of 13.6 million sqm and will house a total of seven hotels, of which Salalah Rotana Hotel, Juweira Boutique Hotel and Fanar Hotel & Residences are operational, totalling the available luxury hotel rooms to 700. The destination is home to a 171 berth marina, freehold residences, retail venues, restaurants and cafes.
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With over a decade of solid presence, Muriya, Oman’s largest and most diversified private integrated real estate and tourism developer is committed to contributing to the development of the Sultanate. Through a successful partnership between the internationally acclaimed builder of fully-integrated towns, Orascom Development Holding (ODH) and Oman Tourism Development Company (OMRAN), the leading executive government arm for tourism development in the Sultanate, Muriya to date has invested $750 million.Our contributions include 1,200 operating hotel rooms in 6 years, 420,000 hotel guest nights in 2019, over 1,000 homeowners and creating 1000s of direct and indirect jobs
Located on the south-eastern edge of the Arabian Gulf, the Sultanate of Oman is one of the world’s best kept secrets. A country of culture and cultivation, Oman’s political and economic stability and infrastructure make it a welcoming place for investors. Here you can spend a night under the stars in the desert, climb majestic mountains, wander in lush wadis or dive with whale sharks in Arabian fjords.
Oman’s landscape is wonderfully multifaceted and ripe for exploring. Hiking and trekking is one of the best ways to experience the country’s natural landscape and fascinating local settlements. Wander through lush wadis or traverse rocky plateaus past century-old tombs. From Jebel Misht to Wadi Ghul, it is possible for climbers to conquer their heights using various rugged tracks and paved paths.
Oman presents some of the world’s most spectacular snorkelling and diving, as well as opportunities for wildlife spotting, sailing, fishing and thrilling watersports. Dolphin shoals can be found in large numbers along the coast, but especially off of Muscat and the fjords of Musandam. Diving and snorkelling can be enjoyed all year round, although the best time is April to July. Try your hand at deep sea fishing, take a traditional dhow trip or enjoy jetskis or paddleboards off of one of the country’s world-class beaches.
Contemporary Omani culture is built on its rich and varied heritage making Oman one of a kind for cultural experiences. Visitors can wander through traditional souqs like Muscat’s Mutrah Souq – one of the country’s oldest markets. Imposing historic forts can be found up and down the country, offering a window into the life of the Omanis of centuries past. The Royal Opera House Muscat has become Oman’s premier venue for musical arts and theatre, while the magnificent Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque will cast its spell over art and architecture aficionados.