Omran Group celebrates completion of first phase of Madinat Al Irfan East project

Omran Group to celebrate the completion of first phase of Madinat Al Irfan project (East) on Monday

Muscat: As an embodiment of the efforts aimed at achieving the objectives of the National Tourism Strategy and consolidating the position of the Sultanate of Oman as a global tourist destination.

The Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran Group) will celebrate on Monday, the completion of the first phase of Madinat Al Irfan (East) through the official opening of the JW Marriott Hotel Muscat.

The opening ceremony is sponsored by His Excellency Salem bin Mohammed Al Mahrouqi, Minister of Heritage and Tourism. The 5-star JW Marriott Muscat Hotel, with an investment cost of about RO 47 million, includes 304 hotel rooms and suites, as it is part of the Marriott Bonvoy International brand hotel chain, and the first hotel bearing the JW brand in the Sultanate of Oman, to be one of the main complementary components for the first phase of the city development project and the second hotel completed in it.

The opening of the hotel, which has received the LEED Gold certificate issued by the US Green Building Council, comes within the framework of the efforts made by the Omran Group to keep pace with the growing tourism movement in the Sultanate of Oman, by enhancing the group’s hotel assets and developing tourist destinations.

The hotel is distinguished by its strategic location in the heart of Madinat Al Irfan (east), and its direct connection to the Oman Convention and Exhibition Center, to contribute to supporting the tourism movement in general, and to strengthening efforts to make the Sultanate of Oman a global center for receiving major meetings, conferences and exhibitions.

Al Irfan East City, whose first phase was completed with the opening of JW Marriott Muscat, includes the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre, a four-star Crowne Plaza Hotel, and a business park to be the main headquarters for the offices of leading companies such as the headquarters of the Oman Telecommunications Company “Omantel”.

The city is a vibrant tourist destination that contributes to enhancing the social, economic and environmental aspects, and it reflects the pivotal role of the Omran Group in developing the tourism sector in the Sultanate of Oman, through urban development projects that work to support the country’s trends to achieve tourism growth.

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