With a panoramic view of the sprawling Strait of Hormuz, the 60-room sanctuary of Atana Khasab is about as far north as you can get in Oman. Framed by the beauty of the Musandam Mountains and its sheltered fjords, this luxurious beach-side retreat provides you with a unique, relaxing, and wholly authentic local experience. Whether you choose to relax by the pool, lounge at the beach, or explore the area’s two dozen dive sites, you are able to take advantage of a stunning hotel on a charming mountainous shoreline.
- Swim the large outdoor pool or take a short stroll to nearby Bassa Beach
- Indulge in traditional Omani cuisine with Al Mawra’s all-day dining experience
- Savor authentic qahwa (coffee) with breathtaking sea views from Finyon Café
- Book a dhow cruise, a mountain safari, or an underwater adventure
Spend your days relaxing by the pool, swimming in the ocean, or exploring the region’s adventurous side with a day of dolphin watching, scuba diving, or city touring. Delight in the best of Omani hospitality while taking in the tranquil vistas of fjords and mountains.
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Ideal for couples and family travelers alike, Atana Khasab’s 60 warmly decorated accommodations range from cozy guestrooms with sea or mountain views to notably larger deluxe guestrooms, offering panoramic views and direct access to the swimming pool. With a deluxe suite, you enjoy a living room, a dining room, and unsurpassed coastal panoramas from a spacious private balcony.
In fact, each guestroom is fitted with a private balcony, so you can get up early to catch the sunrise before a few laps in the pool or settle in to watch the sunset over the water.
Oman’s famously warm hospitality defines Atana Khasab’s restaurant, café, and bar, where all-day dining means there is plenty of time to explore the menus in full. Room service is available for any occasion where residing in your suite sounds preferable.
Al Mawra Restaurant – Named for a traditional Omani home-cooking stove, Al Mawra Restaurant has authenticity at its core. With its enchanting menu of classic Omani, fusion Omani, and international dishes, you feel like a guest in someone’s home, no matter what meal you decide is for you. Try the lamb and okra stew, seafood simmered in coconut oil, or a fresh catch of the day. If you have been out fishing, the chef will happily cook your own catch to your liking. With indoor as well as outdoor tables overlooking the swimming pool and sea, this terrifically relaxed eatery is the ideal spot for a casual lunch or an Omani feast as the sun goes down.
Finyon Café – Omanis are known for graciously welcoming guests into their home with a cup of qahwa (coffee), and this eatery aims to recreate that hospitality. Staying true to its Omani roots, Finyon Café welcomes you with locally sourced, thoughtfully served coffee at one of its outdoor tables. Enjoy a pastry with cocktail in the gentle sea breeze and listen to the sound of the waves.
Darts Bar – Serving lights snacks and a wide selection of beverages in a relaxed atmosphere, Darts Bar offers respite alongside libations.
Relax by the pool, walk to the beach, or take your kids to the children’s playground of Rashid’s Corner. For more of a workout, head to the well-equipped fitness center or visit the diving centre to explore all the underwater flora, fauna, geology, and man-made features of the region.
When it’s time for you to get out and about, the staff at the excursion desk will help you choose the perfect experience for you, ranging from an exciting jeep safari through the mountains to a dolphin-spotting cruise in an authentic Arabian dhow. You can also attend Zaree and learn more about the surrounding culture by meeting a group of local women, who will henna your hands or feet, show you how to wear traditional Khasab attire, and treat you to their homemade food.
In the northernmost region of Oman, between the picturesque sea and the rugged mountains, lies the Musandam Peninsula. Found at the fork of canals branching off Port of Khasab, Atana Khasab offers access to an abundance of sheltered fjords connected to the mainland by narrow cliffs. The coast, lined with untouched fishing villages, stretches out into the Strait of Hormuz.
Khasab Airport is just 3 mi / 6 km from the hotel.
Dubai International Airport is 112 mi / 180 km away.