Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort

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Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort

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Nizwa, Oman

AS DESCRIBED BY PROPERTY: Perched 2,000 meters above sea level on the curving rim of a great canyon, Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort is a secluded haven for the intrepid and discerning. Guests hover over an extreme landscape of rugged beauty while they discover a cultured treasury of authentic indulgences and immersions in the destination’s rich heritage. The highest luxury resort in the Middle East and amongst the highest in the world, Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort is a luxurious base from which to explore this extraordinary corner of Oman.

A total of 115 luxury rooms and villas overlook either the dramatic canyon or tranquil gardens. Each features its own indigenous luxuries from custom-made Omani furniture to Amouage bath products evoking the region’s indigenous fragrances. The resort’s 82 Premier and Deluxe Canyon View Rooms boast a spacious bedroom, amongst the largest in the country, each with views of the dramatic canyon and a spa-like bathroom carved out of sustainable material from the local area, complete with a rain shower and separate bath alongside a balcony. Meanwhile, the 33 villas grant guests an intimate escape each with personal villa host services and a private infinity pool overlooking the cliffs or hidden in an exotic garden.

UNIQUE SUITE ACCESS™ EXPERIENCE/AMENITY: 1 Complimentary VIP amenity

DESTINATION TIP: Visit Al Jabal Al Akhdar to experience an exquisite seasonal wonder.Travel by private chauffeur-driven 4x4 to farmland in tiered valleys, in the company of an expert Mountain Guru. Meet the village elder, Abdullah, who has the oldest hand in traditional rose water making. Admire the extraordinary sight of his endless rose garden - where Damask roses bloom from March until mid-May. Follow Abdullah into his distillery to see the tarnished silver bowls and fire clay oven that are used to make rose water, the age-old traditional way. As this legendary elder explains the ancestral techniques in Arabic, your Mountain Guru translates the story for you and invites you to ask him everything you wish to know about this famous Al Jabal Al Akhdar tradition. Discover how Abdullah’s family rose water recipe is recognized by the Oman Heritage foundation. Learn about its many healing properties for the skin, hair, and digestion. Anantara guests can also take home a fragrant reminder, with the famous ‘Rose Potion’ available for sale

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