Millennium Resort Mussanah joins hands with Mwasalat for useful bus services

Millennium Resort Mussanah

Granting its guests seamless and affordable access to Oman’s capital city, Millennium Resort Mussanah has partnered with national transport company, Mwasalat.

Following this news, Mwasalat will provide both tourists and residents in Muscat with bus services to and from the resort seven days a week, as of February 2, 2018.

The buses will depart from Muscat three times daily, leaving at 07.30, 11.30 and 15.30, and arriving at the resort by 09.00, 13.00 and 17.20 respectively.
The buses will leave the hotel at 09.30, 13.30, and 17.30, arriving in Muscat at 11.00, 15.00 and 19.00 respectively.

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Thrilled with the development, general manager, Millennium Resort Mussanah, Christoph Schleissing, declared: “We are now more accessible to visitors looking to experience the award-winning hospitality we provide. By offering a direct link to prospective guests, we are taking our unique combination of a prime location and convenience to even greater heights.”

Schleissing continued: “Tying up with Mwasalat joins the launch of Oman’s first zip line on our long list of services developed in 2017 to cater to the needs of our guests. With the completion of our Floating Aqua Park, residents of the Sultanate and visitors from all countries will soon have even more reasons to come and enjoy the fun-filled adventures that are transforming experiences in the South Al Batinah Governorate.”

Those wishing to make the most of the new bus service from the property can purchase affordable tickets directly from the bus drivers or from any of Mwasalat’s offices.

CEO, Mwasalat, Ahmed Al Balushi commented: “Throughout the world, the growing ties between tourism and public transportation are helping drive visitor numbers by offering greater diversity and more reliable connections. Our partnership with Millennium Resort Mussanah highlights our determination to incorporate best practices into Oman’s tourism strategy and strengthen the Sultanate’s proposition as a year-round destination of choice.”