Six Senses Zighy Bay is located on the northern Musandam Peninsula in the Sultanate of Oman. The setting of this beautiful indigenous village-style accommodations and private marina is simply stunning, with the dramatic mountains on one side and a 1.6 kilometre long sandy beach at Zighy Bay on the other.
You'll find all the luxury and attention to detail you'd expect from the Six Senses group and the resort has a refined and calm air perfect for a relaxing break.
More About Six Senses Zighy Bay
The resorts village-style accommodation blends sympathetically with the secluded natural surroundings of the Musandam Peninsula and offers an elegant retreat at the end of each day at Zighy Bay.
As well as the beautiful beach and pool to enjoy, guests can also take advantage of a range of watersports including windsurfing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, kayaks, snorkelling and paragliding. For sports enthusiasts there is beach volleyball, mountain bikes and a fitness centre. There’s a great range of experiences and excursions available too, including Zighy Bay hikes, sunset cruises, snorkelling excursions and paragliding.
When it’s time for a spot of pampering, the award-winning Six Senses Spa features a wide-ranging menu of regional and Six Senses signature treatments focusing on holistic and pampering therapies using natural products.
Dining options are excellent with exquisite with a good choice of local and international cuisine cooked to perfection. Don’t miss the resort’s signature hilltop restaurant where you will be treated to spectacular views over the Gulf of Oman as well as delicious dishes and fine wines.
Facilities & Amenities
Rooms & Suites
Each villa and suite offers a blend of the surrounding traditional Omani, indigenous village style with modern amenities which provide luxury amidst local cultural themes. The villas offer a spacious, personal environment with rustic chic appeal. Villas and suites are available in rows so you have the option to book beachfront accommodation if you prefer.
Amenities and facilities include a private pool, butler service, private sun lounge, outdoor dining suite, air conditioning, ceiling fans, bathroom, hairdryer, personal safe, espresso machine, home theatre system satellite TV, private wine cellar, Wi-Fi.
Pool Villas are built with natural stone and feature warm woods and high cobblestone walls. Each has a combined bedroom and living area plus a 21 sq m private infinity-edge pool. Occupancy: 2 adults & 2 children or 3 adults & 1 child 247 sq m (82 sq m internal)
Spa Pool Villa
These villas have a private infinity-edge pool, a combined living and bedroom space, full bathroom plus an outdoor shower, personal in-villa spa for Six Senses Spa treatments, a summer house, private sun lounge and outdoor dining suite. Occupancy: 2 adults & 2 children or 3 adults & 1 child 247 sq m (82 sq m internal)
Pool Villa Suite
Spacious suites with a 24 sq m infinity-edge pool, one bedroom, separate living room with full bathroom, two outdoor showers, summer house beside pool, private sun lounge and outdoor dining suite. (Spa Pool Villa Suites are also available). Occupancy: 2 adults & 2 children or 3 adults & 1 child 412 sq m (126 sq m internal)
Summer House: Serves lunch and meals throughout the afternoon. Try one of the homemade ice creams and sorbets…delicious!
Spice Market: The hotel’s main restaurant serving breakfast and dinner in a relaxed environment.
Sense On The Edge: This stunning signature restaurant offers contemporary fine dining and breathtaking views.
Shua Shack: Enjoy an authentic Bedouin dining experience with lamb prepared in the underground oven being a specialty.
Wine Cellar: Regular tastings are held by the Master Sommelier and the cellar is also an intimate dining venue for up to eight people.
In villa dining is also available – a perfect choice for honeymooners or if you simply want to enjoy a private meal in your own accommodation.
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