Fraser Suites in Mus­cat now

Fraser Suites, a 120-key spa­cious prop­erty with mod­ern furnishing, opens in Mus­cat, Oman. The prop­erty of­fers busi­ness and leisure trav­ellers un­prece­dented ameni­ties.

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Un­der the own­er­ship of Amer Al Suleimani and co-own­ers Am­mar Al Suleimani and Ahmed Al Suleimani, Fraser Suites Mus­cat is set to re­de­fine the con­cept of hos­pi­tal­ity. Lo­cated in the land­mark mixed-use com­plex, the ser­viced res­i­dence of­fers guests a range of one to three-bed­room apart­ments. The launch of the prop­erty is in line with the growth strat­egy of Frasers Hos­pi­tal­ity, which aims at ex­pand­ing its global pres­ence with new prop­er­ties in the Mid­dle East and Africa.

Frasers Hos­pi­tal­ity Group ini­tially en­tered the Mid­dle East mar­ket when it launched Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain in 2009. Since then, the group has been iden­ti­fied as Mid­dle East’s lead­ing ser­viced apart­ments brand and best ser­viced apart­ment com­pany in the Mid­dle East. Ad­di­tion­ally, the prop­er­ties have also been in­di­vid­u­ally awarded as lead­ing ser­viced apart­ments in the re­gion. The al­ready ex­ist­ing and op­er­a­tional prop­er­ties in the re­gion, in­clud­ing Fraser Suites Diplo­matic Area, Bahrain; Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain and Fraser Suites Dubai, com­prise an av­er­age oc­cu­pancy rate of over 85 per cent.

Vin­cent Le Gor­rec, Gen­eral Man­ager, Fraser Suites Mus­cat said, “Coun­tries in the Mid­dle East have sev­eral cul­tural tourism prospects, in­clud­ing Saudi Ara­bia, Oman and the UAE. As part of Oman’s di­ver­si­fi­ca­tion ef­forts, there has been growth in tourism, man­u­fac­tur­ing, trans­port and lo­gis­tics. This will sub­se­quently re­sult in the in­crease of de­mand for high-qual­ity ac­com­mo­da­tion for trav­ellers. Along with the wide range of fa­cil­i­ties and plethora of life­style op­tions in and around the cap­i­tal, Fraser Suites Mus­cat is an ideal choice for cor­po­rate trav­ellers, hol­i­day-seek­ers and even fam­i­lies.”

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