Hyatt Hotel Corporation’s Alila Hotels and Resorts brand has expanded its presence in the Middle East with the opening of Alila Hinu Bay in Oman, the brand’s second property in the country.
The 112-key Alila Hinu Bay includes 16 villas and is perched on a secluded beachfront in Oman’s southwest region of Dhofar, between Samhan mountain and the blue waters of the Arabian Sea. The area is renowned for its rich Bedouin traditions and the renowned warmth of Omani hospitality.
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Guestrooms offer lagoon or sea views, each with their own terrace with fixed seating and the option of booking connecting rooms for families. Pool villas offer the utmost in luxury with private plunge pools and outdoor bathtubs, while all of the pool villas boast direct access to the beach.
Each of Alila Hinu Bay’s dining venues are committed to sourcing the majority of produce from local vendors. Seasalt offers views over the ocean and welcomes guests to indulge in a coastal dining experience. 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.
Alila Hinu Bay, Oman, adds to Hyatt’s existing Alila brand portfolio of 15 properties, joining hotels and resorts in Indonesia, India, China, Cambodia, Malaysia and the United States. The new property also expands Hyatt’s brand footprint across the Middle East, becoming the 27th Hyatt-branded hotel in the region, joining Alila Jabal Akhdar which opened in Oman in 2014.