Ramee Dream Resort

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Muscat Resort
ChainIndependent / Other
Other Affiliation
Total meeting space
Guest rooms38
P.O. Box 609
Muscat 121


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Room service


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Semi-private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool

Venue accessibility

  • Taxi

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Meeting Space

Meeting rooms2
Largest room725 sq. m
Second largest room318 sq. m
Space (Semi-private)14 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms38
Single (1 bed)8
Double (2 beds)26
Single (1 bed) rateOMR25.000 – OMR30.000
Double (2 beds) rateOMR30.000 – OMR35.000
Tax rate17%
Occupancy rate70%



Local Attractions

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

Historical landmark
30 km away
Quietly imposing from the outside, this glorious piece of modern Islamic architecture was a gift to the nation from Sultan Qaboos to mark his 30th year of reign. The main prayer hall is breathtakingly beautiful. The Persian carpet alone measures 70m by 60m wide, making it the second-largest hand-loomed Iranian carpet in the world; it took 600 women four years to weave. Mwasalat buses stop outside the mosque. The mosque, which can accommodate 20,000 worshippers, including 750 women in a private musalla (prayer hall), is an active place of worship, particularly for Friday prayers. Visitors are required to dress modestly, covering arms and legs and avoiding tight clothing. Women and girls (aged seven and above) must cover their hair. An abaya (full-length dress) and scarf can be hired from the mosque cafe and gift shop for OR2.5; some form of ID is required as a deposit. Construction In 1992, Qaboos bin Said al Said, Sultan of Oman, directed that his country should have a Grand Mosque. A competition for its design took place in 1993 and after a site was chosen at Bausher construction commenced in December 1994. Building work, which was undertaken by Carillion Alawi LLC,[2] took six years and seven months.[3] The mosque is built from 300,000 tonnes of Indian sandstone. The main musalla or prayer hall is square and 74.4 by 74.4 metres (244 by 244 feet) with a central dome rising to a height of 50 metres (160 ft) above the floor.[4] The dome and the main minaret (90 metres (300 ft)) and four flanking minarets (45.5 metres (149 ft)) are the mosque’s chief visual features. The main musalla can hold over 6500 worshippers, while the women's musalla can accommodate 750 worshipers. The outer paved ground can hold 8000 worshipers and there is additional space available in the interior courtyard and the passageways, making a total capacity of up to 20,000 worshipers.[5] The mosque is built on a site occupying 416,000 m2 (4,480,000 sq ft),[4] and the complex extends to cover an area of 40,000 m2 (430,000 sq ft). The newly built Grand Mosque was inaugurated by Sultan of Oman on May 4, 2001 to celebrate 30 years of his reign.[6]

Seeb Souq

3 km away
One place to get a feel for local Omani culture is on the main one-way road that runs in an ellipse through the heart of Seeb. Wadi Bahayis St is flanked by the gold souq, with its windows of bangles and bridal chains, and by shops and tailors selling dishdashas (shirt-dresses worn by men), kumars (caps) and abayas (robe-like dresses worn by women) The route doubles back along Souq St. A circuit only takes a few minutes by car, but you could spend half a day exploring these two roads on foot. Passing near the old souq, the road veers to the left just after shops selling Arabian-style sofas and sedans and Omani honey. Along Souq St there are outlets selling Omani-style traditional ladies’ clothing with colourful anklets and embroidered smocking. Interspersed with the tailors are ‘wedding services’ shops selling strings of lights and outrageous bridal thrones. Towards the end of Souq St, and completing the loop, you'll come across many carpentry workshops selling mandoos (bridal chests). Usually black or terracotta-red and decorated with brass tacks, these make a fun souvenir. A small box costs OR10 or a large chest OR50, with many sizes in between.
P.O BOX 609 PC 121
SEEB, IN, OM 121

SEA OMAN Snorkeling Trip 9 am - 2pm

1 km away
Tour description provided by Viator As Oman’s number one marine leisure provider,With SeaOman you can discover Oman’s breathtaking coastline, encounter incredible marine life and enjoy the thrill of activities such as dinghy sailing and wakeboarding, day and overnight charters, RYA powerboat and PADI diving courses. If you’re looking to sharpen your skills out on the water – our experienced team delivers globally recognised courses and qualifications that will take you all around the world once you’re certified. ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productDaymaniyat Islands Nature Reserve Islands are just under an hour away from Al mouj Marina. Explore the Daymaniyat Islands’ large unspoiled reefs host a wealth of sea life that’s unparalleled in the region – featuring walls, drop-offs, submerged reefs, swim-throughs and caves. With so much incredible marine life close to the water’s surface, you’ll be sure to find snorkelling a particularly rewarding experience.Duration: 3 hoursLocation: Daymaniyat Islands Nature Reserve, Seeb, Muscat Governorate What’s included Use of Snorkelling equipment Bottled water Snacks All Fees and Taxes Restroom on board Professional Qualified Skipper Entry/Admission - Daymaniyat Islands Nature Reserve What’s not included
P.O BOX 609 PC 121
SEEB, OM 121

Seeb Beach Carnival to boost tourism

1 km away
Muscat, Feb 24 – The Organising Committee of Sur Al Hadid Beach Carnival, spearheaded by Muscat Municipality, the Ministry of Tourism, Oman Tourism Development Company (OMRAN) and Muscat Eat, announced on Sunday the official launch date of the event between March 7-9 at Sur Al Hadid Corniche in Wilayat Al Seeb, Muscat. The first-ever beach carnival is driven by the joined efforts of the key partners, as part of the Implementation, Support and Follow-up Unit (Tanfeedh) initiatives to boost the local tourism through better utilization of the beaches to host unique tourism events.Muscat Municipality has taken into consideration the importance of improving public areas in Muscat. Seeb Waterfront development is one of the remarkable milestones and Sur Al Hadid beachfront has been developed according to best urban planning standards; incorporating modern facilities, pedestrian walkways, bicycle tracks, and restaurants and cafes.” Abdullah Salim al Thahli, Assistant Director-General of Tourism Products and Sites Development, pointed out to the key role these events play in attracting visitors and local tourism.
Al Seeb Corniche
Muscat, OM 609

Distance from airport

  • 15 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking


Ramee Dream Resort in Muscat, striking modern hotel conveniently located near seeb International Airport. Muscat City Centre is mere 10 kilometers away and there are spurred road connections to the nearby water park, traditional souk, Royal guard of Oman and all the regions cultural and commercial attractions.

Cancellation Policy

Children and Extra Bed Policy: All children are welcome. All children or adults are charged OMR 10 per person per night for extra beds. All children under 11 years stay free of charge when using existing beds. There is no capacity for cots in the room. The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1. Deposit Policy: No prepayment is needed. Cancellation Policy: The guest can cancel free of charge until 2 days before arrival. The guest will be charged the cost of the first night if they cancel in the 2 days before arrival. For Group :- 50 Days before arrival with out any charges after that one night tariff will be charged

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