Oman is in a prominent position to attract a major number of tourists from around the globe. Being home to many attractive tourist destinations, Oman government’s ‘Vision 2020’ plan aims to welcome 12 million visitors annually by 2020. This target seems to be quite achievable as several international media agencies have placed Oman as one of the ‘Top Places to Travel in 2015’.
Expecting a higher level of tourist footfall, this Sultanate on the South-East side of the Arabia Peninsula has also been getting ready in terms of setting up new hotels. According to a report published in Hospitality Net in November, 2014, Oman had 282 hotels with 22,404 rooms. The region will also add around 4000 hotel rooms in 2015-2016. Read More
Published in: IDS Next Middle East
By: Dinker Elayadath