7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Paris time) - Cost of a local call (Available in English)
Call the hotel: +968 2 5431616
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get to the hotel
By Car: once you are out from New Muscat International Airport, take a right and follow the Nizwa Road sign.
From Rusayl roundabout, 120 km away is Golden Tulip Nizwa Hotel. Please follow the sign Board for Nizwa/Izki. As you reach Imty, a small town on the way to Nizwa, 4 km away take a diversion to Izki road, few km from Izki is Birkat Al Mawz, and 5 km from Birkat al Mawz is Golden Tulip Nizwa Hotel.
Discover nearby points of interest
Jabal Akhdar & Jabal Shams Mountain
Jabal Akhdar also is known as the Green Mountain is one of the most important and most beautiful tourist locations in Oman. At the summit of the Jabal Shams, the highest peak in Oman at over 12,000 feet the air is much cooler than the wadi below through the year and the mercury drops down to sub-zero during the winter. This place is also very popular for trekking and for the Great Canyon- a big gorge.
Nizwa Fort and Souq
Nizwa Fort was built in the 1668 A.D by Imam Sultan Bin Saif Al Yarubi. It is Oman's most visited national monument. It has expansive souq with an array of products. The souq bustles with vendors selling everything from meat, fish, fruits and vegetables to spices, dates, gold and silverware. Nizwa is renowned for its silver jewelry which is considered to be the best in the country.
Al Hoota Cave
Al Hoota Cave is a well-decorated cave with beautiful stalagmite and stalactite formation and large caverns. The visitors can explore the cave and watch the calcium sedimentations formed millions of years ago. There are water pools and some of the very rare plants and blind fish inside the cave, which is True Indeed.
Misfah Al Abreen
The most striking features of Misfah al Abreyeen are the ancient houses perched on the top of the mountains and Green Island of date palms that run up the heights. The flourishing date palms on the mountain are a rare sight as in most other areas they grow on the plains