Immerse yourself in beach luxury and ancient history at Anantara's Al Baleed Resort Salalah. The hotel is perfectly-positioned, tucked between mountains, desert, and sea.
Oman seems to have flown under the radar in comparison to its other Middle Eastern counterparts, but one look at Al Baleed Resort Salalah and you will be planning your own journey. The overall design of the resort takes inspiration from Oman’s coastal fortresses. Private courtyards let you peek into your own little garden of Eden. Stroll between the lush palms and take in the unrivaled sea views.
Choose from luxurious villas and pool villas. Each room is spacious and bright. In the baths, deep tubs invite you to completely succumb to relaxation. On your balcony, soak up the sounds of the waves, and kick your feet up on the majlis-style daybeds. Traditional patterns and decor remain a subtle reminder that you are living an Arabian dream. Jump into your private plunge pool, or feel the sand between your toes on the beach.
The Al Baleed Resort Salalah is locked between a private beach and a freshwater lagoon. Sample the fruits of the sea and watch chefs prep your meal in Sakalan’s open kitchen. Tantalizing dishes from near and far are served in the stylish space right by the infinity pool. Hummus, marinated olives, and haloumi cheese are a tasty treat on the cold mezze plate, but you should also try the lamb kebabs and fragrant Indian prawn curry.
Al Baleed Resort Salalah gives you easy access to so many of Oman’s natural treasures. Tour the local market with a Ker & Downey guide and learn how to blend and balance dishes and pair them with wines. Dig into the past at the UNESCO-listed archaeological ruins. Trek in the desert, crossing life-giving rivers where camels come to drink. Salalah is known as the perfume capital of Arabia. Shop for frankincense in the souk; the resin is coveted the world over, but finds its roots in Oman.
The spa’s massages are enhanced with frankincense and coconut oils. Pomegranate masks revitalize your skin, an ideal treat in the arid climate.Request Information