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Press Release

OMRAN Group Launches #DoubleYourDelight

9 March 2021

OMRAN Group, the executive arm of the Sultanate for tourism development, today launched #DoubleYourDelight, a one-off promotional campaign aimed at encouraging locals and residents to focus on domestic travel opportunities. Designed to foster staycations, this promotion invites people to benefit from its exclusive and flexible offers; ‘Pay 1 Stay 2’ or ‘Half Your Money Back’ that could be spent at the hotel’s in-house services and facilities.

 

The promotion aims to motivate people to explore and rediscover the beauty of Oman whilst introducing new tourism products that support reviving the tourism and hospitality sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The group is offering curated and personalized deals across 14 of its operating hotels to escape and relax while staying safe.

 

Guests can book and indulge in a peaceful getaway starting from 9th March until 11th May 2021 at one of the 14 participating hotels including, InterContinental Muscat, Millennium Resort Mussanah, Alila Jabal Akhdar, Crowne Plaza Resort Salalah, Crowne Plaza Muscat OCEC, W Muscat, Atana Khasab, Atana Musandam, Masira Island Resort, Ras Al Jinz Turtle Reserve, Dibba Beach Resort, Atana Stay Salalah, Atana Stay Ashkara and Hilton Salalah Resort.

 

This exciting promotional offer will run through Ramadhan, enabling the guests to enjoy a wide range of options that suit the needs of all types of travelers and offer them customizable experiences to spend unforgettable moments during the public holidays and special occasions.

 

These include dhow cruises, turtle watching, diving adventures, culinary and dining options, as well as sophisticated relaxation spa experiences. Guests are invited to book at their preferred hotel destination directly through the dedicated #DoubleYourDelight online platform via OMRAN’s website: https://omran.om/DoubleYourDelight/.

 

In the light of the current situation, OMRAN hospitality assets have taken extensive steps to minimise the chances of infections. All hotels will continue following relevant guidelines set by the Supreme Committee for dealing with COVID-19.

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