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Al Nahda, Muscat Hills ink partnership deal
, March 14, 2012 Email to a friend  | Print
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Al Nahda Resort and Spa, Muscat, recently announced a new partnership with Muscat Hills Golf and Country Club. According to the deal both parties will jointly promote their ‘stay and play’ golf packages in an effort to present Oman as a golfing destination in the Middle East.

The ‘stay and play’ package will include a one night stay for two with breakfast and dinner, a round of golf for two at the golf course at Muscat Hills as well as transfers and a special massage for two. The package will be priced at RO224 for two people.

“We are very pleased that Al Nahda Resort and Spa is now able to offer a cost effective and easy to book golfing destination to its guests. This expands our portfolio of services and opens new avenues of services we can offer our guests. Thanks to partnerships like ours with Muscat Hills, a spectacular 18-hole green golf course, Oman will soon be recognised as a must-visit destination for tourists from all over the world”, said Philippe Frugère, general manager of Al Nahda Resort and Spa.

Ray Stopforth, director of golf at Muscat Hills said that Muscat Hills was uniquely positioned as the oremost green 18-hole golf course in Oman. “We enjoy a 210 strong membership comprising of orporate and individual members and Al Nahda is one of them. Our goals are focused to enlarge the number of visitors on the course.”

  

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