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Alila to debut it second Oman property this month 

Alila Hinu Bay Resort has placed sustainability at the forefront of its operational priorities

Now open for reservations, Oman’s newest hotel will launch at the end of May.

Set on the Sultanate’s southwest coast, Alila Hinu Bay is located around 80 kilometres from Salalah International Airport. Stretching over 45 hectares of Dhofar’s sandy shores, the property is nestled between the Jebel Samhan mountains on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other.

Designed to blend in with its surroundings, Alila Hinu Bay embodies an eco-friendly ethos, much like its sister hotel Alila Jabal Akhdar. In fact, Alila Hotels has adopted EarthCheck operational standards, meaning it integrates natural, physical and cultural elements of its environment into each of its properties.

Alila Hinu Bay comprises 112 guest rooms and suites
Alila Hinu Bay has 112 guest rooms and suites

The 112 generously appointed guest rooms and suites have been designed to fuse Omani design with comfort and modernity and guests can enjoy state-of-the-art facilities during their stay. The property is home to two infinity pools – one for families and another reserved for adults and the Spa Alila will offer a variety of treatments using only natural products and ancient healing practices. Guests can partake in several activities, including tennis, water sports and mountain treks.

Set on the shore, Seasalt will offer a selection of Asian-inspired seafood dishes while The Orchard’s farm-to-table concept will make use of ingredients grown on-site or in the local area. Small bites and refreshments will be served at the Oasis pool bar and the Arabian-inspired Lobby Lounge. The property will also organise private dining experiences on the beach on request.

For more information, visit hyatt.com

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