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Club Med resort planned for Musandam Peninsula in Oman

Club Med Musandam

Club Med Musandam will hug the Persian Gulf in Oman

Club Med is poised to open its first resort in the Gulf States.


Club Med Musandam will be located on the Musandam Peninsula in the northeast of the Arabian peninsula with an exclusive beach opening onto the Persian Gulf.

Nicknamed the ‘Norway of Arabia’, Musandam’s jagged coastline juts into the narrow Strait of Hormuz with picture-perfect fjords banked by the dramatic Hajar mountains. The region boasts quaint coastal villages, historic forts, plenty of Bedouin culture and vibrant marine life. The site of the Club Med resort is a five minute boat ride from Khasab, the capital of Musandam province, and two-and-a-half hours from Dubai international airport.

The 300-room, all-inclusive resort will be an Exclusive Collection property, the cream of the Club Med portfolio. The Club Med Exclusive Collection currently counts 20 properties around the world, including resorts, villas, chalets and a sailing yacht.

Club Med is renowned for its family-friendly approach to holidays and Club Med Musuandam will be no different. The resort will offer ‘world-class’ kids’ clubs (note the plural) with tailored facilities and certified staff for children aged from just four months. 

Land and water based activities will be managed by the resort’s GOs (‘Gracious Organisers’) with the aim of children discovering new sports as well as improving on existing skills. An all-inclusive holiday at Club Med Musandam will include access to tennis, paddle tennis, beach tennis, archery, scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, kayaking and padding.

Wellness facilities will run to a spa, fitness centre with several daily classes, a yoga school and an adult-only Zen pool and bar.

Guests can head to the Resort Centre for shopping, restaurants and bars. Club Med will also be laying on entertainment such as artistic performances and live music.

The resort is the result of a partnership between Club Med, Royal Court Affairs and Omran Group. 

“This collaboration with Club Med is an important step that is in line with the objective of Omran vision 2040 aiming at bringing 11 million tourists in Oman to boost the inflow of international tourists in the Sultanate,” said Salim bin Mohammed Al Mahrouqi, minister of Heritage and Tourism.

Work will begin on the resort in early 2026 with an opening slated for 2028.


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