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Shati Al-Qurm

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Shati Al-Qurm

Shatti Al-Qurm
Shatti Al-Qurm is located in Oman
Shatti Al-Qurm
Shatti Al-Qurm
Location in Oman
Country  Oman
Governorate Muscat Governorate
Time zone +4 (UTC+4)

Shatti Al-Qurm is an upscale residential locality situated on the coast of Muscat, the capital of the Sultanate of Oman. It is bordered by Al-Qurm to the east, the Ministries and Embassies to the west and Madinat Qaboos to the south. It is a very recent development, begun in the mid-80s. The most noticeable sight while driving down the Sultan Qaboos highway used to be the Intercontinental Hotel but today several other significant constructions have been built. Shati is also the home of several more hotels including the Grand Hyatt and budget hotels such as Days Inn. After PDO, this is the most popular destination for expatriates living in Muscat. The common and unique feature

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