An exotic and uber-sophisticated property by Hyatt Hotels & Resorts is opening in Southwestern Oman, in May 2021. Called Alila Hinu Bay, it is a beachfront resort in the coastal town of Mirbat, which is located between Jebel Samhan and the Arabian Sea. Mirbat is one of the richest historical places in the Middle East, also popular as a fishing spot. They say the mountains and the sea seem to embrace each other here.
This resort by Hyatt Hotels sits as an exclusive destination for the lovers of natural environ and a luxurious lifestyle. It is about 87 kms from Salalah International Airport and is also accessible by road from the country’s capital Muscat at 1080 kms.
Designed as a contemporary haven surrounded by untouched beachside, mountains and the rustic charm of the historic city, Alila Hinu Bay has 46 Ridge Retreats and 90 Pool Villas.
The terrace rooms offer picturesque views of the mountains and the creek. Inside, the space is equipped with king and twin size bedroom and connecting rooms and a private terrace.
The pool villa and the deluxe pool villa, both, are an indulgence in itself. It has a separate living area, a private Majlis, a private terrace, a bedroom and an outdoor shower alongside an oversized Acrylic bathtub. The guests can enjoy stunning views of the Arabian Sea from the private plunge pool and can directly walk to the beach.
Fine dining is assured at Seasalt, Alila Hinu Bay’s Asian and Seafood special restaurant. It boasts of a perfect, spacious modern ambience and uninterrupted scenes of the blue waters and the warm hued sand.
For an unforgettable unwinding session, one can head to Spa Alila for bespoke treatments, yoga and meditation classes.
Alila Hinu Bay also makes for a plush destination wedding venue, gifted with a gorgeous beachy backdrop.
When guests want to explore the city, they can visit Mirbat’s local, cultural gems such as Khor Rori (one of the largest natural reserves in Oman), Wadi Darbat waterfalls, the ancient tomb of Prophet Bin Ali, the Mirbat Castle, Teeq Cave, Samhan Mountains and the colourful transformation of Darbat Lake during monsoon.