Millennium Resort Mussanah in Oman.
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OMAN – Millennium Resort Mussanah has unveiled an all-inclusive package, allowing guests to fully unwind and enjoy a stress-free holiday.
The Platinum All-Inclusive Package features exclusive benefits to guests who are staying at the resort for more than three nights.
The package allows guests to enjoy unlimited food and beverages across all the resort’s restaurants and bars.
Guests will also receive limitless access to the resort’s Aqua Fun water park, the 200m Zip-line and all leisure facilities such as the floodlit tennis courts and the 18-hole mini-golf.
Adult guests can unwind by the 50-meter swimming pool or the two infinity pools while sipping their favourite beverage while the children can splash at the children’s pool and soak all day at the family shaded pool.
“With all your meals and drinks covered, staying in a luxurious and stylish room and enjoying the resort’s facilities, your only job is to relax and enjoy every moment of your stay,” said Dermot Birchall, General Manager, Millennium Resort Mussanah Oman.
Going all inclusive will allow visitors to make use of the resort’s gym, spa, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. It is also the right time to engage in new and exciting recreational activities such as scuba diving. Millennium Resort Mussanah Oman has an on-site PADI certified diving and snorkeling center offering affordable rates for guests to discover an underwater experience. PR
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