Thailand-based Centara Hotels & Resorts to manage Oman’s Al Hail Waves

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Oman-based major construction firm Ibn Saleh Al Hashmi Construction (ISAHC) has signed an agreement with Thailand’s leading hotel operator Centara Hotels & Resorts for the management of its new property Al Hail Waves Hotel.

Centara said in a statement that management of the 64-key existing property would begin on January 1, 2022. Following that, Centara will begin refurbishing the property to bring it in line with its brand and operational requirements.

Al Hail Waves will be ISAHC’s third project awarded to Centara after Muscat Dunes Hotel and Centara Muscat Hotel Oman and it is situated in the northwest of Muscat on the road connecting Al-Seeb and Al Athaiba.

Thirayuth Chirathivat
Thirayuth Chirathivat
Centara Hotels & Resorts

“We are proud and excited to launch our third hotel in Oman, a country blessed with stunning nature, fascinating historical sites, and rich cultural heritage. The Omani government has laid out an ambitious roadmap to achieve long-term goals outlined in the Omani Tourism Strategy, and with Ibn Saleh Al Hashmi Construction as our partner, we are confident that we will attract discerning travelers with our sharing, caring family values.”

The hotel’s 64-holiday residences comprise Standard Rooms designed for modern living and Studios which come fully furnished with facilities including a kitchenette. The largest two-bedroom apartments are 84 square meters and include separate living as well as dining spaces.

Mr. Abdullah Saleh Saif Al Hashmi, Chairman at ISAHC said, “For our latest hospitality project in Oman, we are delighted to work once again with Centara Hotels & Resorts. We share the same position of leadership in everything we do, supported by a common vision of sustainable growth.”

Centara also manages an all-day dining restaurant, a swimming pool with views of the Arabian Sea, a fully equipped gym, and two meeting rooms with seating for up to 150 people at Al Hail Waves, as per the reports.

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