Set in a wonderfully secluded bay in the Sultanate of Oman
, the hotel is nestled between the gruff Hajar Mountains on one side and a 1.6km stretch of powdery sand. Just 90 minutes drive from Dubai. The area has retained its charm as a quaint fishing village populated by friendly, humble people and its architecture of Zighy Bay
is completely unobtrusive and blends seamlessly into the mountainous landscape. In fact, each of the 82 villas
and retreats are decorated with the environment in mind. Made simply from local stone and wood, the rooms
are styled with charming rattan and ceramic accents, and villas come with non-chlorinated pools.
As all Six Senses Resorts
, the focus is on the spa
and well being, so it’s no surprise that the spa menu
is extensive, with a special selection of Asian treatments including reflexology, Thai massage and Ayurvedic treatments.
There are plenty of outdoor activities
to keep guests busy too: I did a paragliding descent into the bay, a sunset cruise on a typical dhow, kayaking in the turquoise waters and sunset cocktails in the unique Sense of the edg
e restaurant. A truly unique exlusive experience.
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