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Alila Jabal Akhdar hotel

Having your head in the clouds isn’t always a bad thing

Elevated in the Al Hajar mountain range and met only by peace and quiet, Alila Jabal Akhdar offers MICE and social organisers alike the ideal environment to revitalise and boost the mind to unravel creative ideas.
Alila Jabal Akhdar now provides its guests with attractive corporate packages for boutique meetings catering to the more intimate requirements whilst being surrounded by unparalleled views of the dramatic gorge and unspoiled natural beauty at every turn.


For the day delegate, Alila Jabal Akhdar serves a palate pleasing lunch prepared by the new Head Chef and kitchen maestro Rick Gonzales at Juniper Restaurant, named after the juniper trees that grow in the highlands of Oman. Morning and afternoon refreshments are also provided in addition to complimentary wi-fi and access to the state of the art boardroom which seats up to 12 delegates.  

A separate offer has been designed for 24 hour stay delegates on a single and double occupancy basis. The guests are presented with welcome drinks upon arrival in the contemporary arabesque style lobby and a delightful dinner. Overnight accommodation is in the comfortable and spacious 52sqm Mountain View Suite with a private terrace, ideal for sipping on a warm cup of coffee while taking in the view. A generous breakfast spread is provided in the morning and additional opportunity to sample the delicious dishes on the menu at lunch. Morning and afternoon refreshments are provided in addition to complimentary wi-fi and access to the state of the art boardroom which seats up to 12 delegates.  

The corporate meeting offer allowing for greater savings is valid until 30th September 2014. The day delegate corporate rate is OMR30 per person. Single occupancy for the 24 hour delegate is OMR95; double occupancy OMR130. Both packages are inclusive of tax and service charge.

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