Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa – Oman Golf Holiday
Modern development peacefully co-exists with ancient architecture, culture, traditions and stunning sea life
An oasis of endless choices and rich experiences. Oman is steeped in culture. Sweeping highways wend their way between historic forts and carry trade between the souks of her towns in the way camel routes did centuries ago. Beautiful hotels combine modern comfort with traditional designs, and the Omanis deliver the famed Arabian hospitality, nearly always in traditional dress.
Golf in Oman
Oman is home to the stunning Al Mouj Golf Course, host of the European Tour’s ‘Oman Open’ and one of, if not the best course in the whole of The Middle East region.
A must play at least once whilst on an Oman golf holiday!
You will play at
-Al Mouj Golf Club
-Muscat Hills Golf Club
-Ghala Golf Club
Golf Holiday Includes
- Flights from the UK
- 7 Nights – Half Board
- Return Private Airport Transfers
- 3 Rounds of Golf
- March 2019 – April 2020
Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa
An oasis of endless choices and rich experiences. Nestling against the backdrop of rugged mountains in a pristine sandy bay, Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa is a unique destination resort spread across two distinctive hotel wings, Al Bandar and the family-focused Al Waha. There are 460 Arabian-inspired rooms and suites amid an unparalleled array of resort amenities with no less than six swimming pools, 15 restaurants and bars and Oman’s only lazy-river attraction.
The deep turquoise blue water of the Sea of Oman is hypnotic, contrasting vividly with the majestic mountains that rise behind the resort. This is the fascination of Oman.
The experience is elevated at Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa, Sultanate of Oman. Two hotels await your arrival. Approaching Al Waha, your excitement heightens as a man-made tunnel through the mountain leads you to a sanctuary facing the Gulf of Oman. As a family-focused hotel, Al Waha lives up to its name, with several swimming pools merging to form a serene oasis. Date palms and traditional Dhofari architecture will frequently remind you that you are in Arabia.
"The first time I stayed at Shangri-La in Muscat, I drove down from Dubai and thought I was lost because to my absolute amazement, you must literally drive over a mountain to get to the completely independent resort within its own cove. When you turn the corner on the top of the mountain and see the resort beneath you, it’s a great moment and one you’ll never forget because of the spectacular view. "
"The resort itself is a special place. Coral reefs, turtles swimming just off the shore, dolphins and an array of bars and restaurants are just some of the many attractions to enjoy whilst on your golf holiday in Oman. "