More options for NYE

Well, here are a few more options for New Years Eve:

Barr Al Jissah 

(I just copied their press release because time is tight today!)

24 December, Christmas Eve
Take pleasure in the lavish festive buffet of international culinary fare in a friendly setting.
Samba and Al Tanoor, OMR 18.500*
6:30 to 11 p.m.

The fresh harvest from the sea coupled with the soothing sound of the waves promises a romantic dinner affair.
Bait al Bahr, four-course menu, OMR 32.000*
7 to 11 p.m.

Indulge in an Italian fare and extensive beverage list.
Capri Court, four course menu, OMR 28.000*
7 to 11 p.m.

Mark the occasion with a five-course menu and selection of fine wines.
Sultanah, OMR 45.000* (set menu only)
7 to 11:30 p.m.

The four-course menu with a north African influence makes for a unique dining experience.
Shahrazad, OMR 32.000*
7 to 11:30 p.m.

25 December 2011, Christmas Day

From starters to desserts, take part of the hearty celebrations and joyful gathering in the hotel’s buffet restaurants.  The bountiful spread of international favourites includes traditional roast turkey, seafood station, carving station and sensational sweets.

Christmas Lunch Buffet
Samba and Al Tanoor, OMR 15.500
12 noon to 3 p.m.

Christmas Dinner Buffet
Samba and Al Tanoor, OMR 18.500
6:30 to 11 p.m.

31 December 2011, New Year’s Eve

Usher in the New Year with a gastronomic celebration.  A four-course dinner will be served in at Tapas at Al Bandar hotel from 8 to 10:30 p.m.  Arabic, vegetarian and children’s menu options is also available. The set dinner with a selection of beverages is priced at OMR 98.000* per person. Children from six to 12 years old enjoy a 50% discount.

After dinner, the revelry continues with a countdown at Turtle Beach.  Australia’s most versatile band, Big City Beat, is sure to set the mood to celebrate the coming of the New Year.  Party on with a cheese buffet and free-flowing beverages.
11.30  p.m. to 2:30 a.m.

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Big City Beat performs across the world with shows that embrace all ages and culture. Having a well-received performance last year during the New Year’s Eve countdown, the group was engaged again this year during the occasion.

The 11-piece showband with commanding presence on stage will render an impressive repertoire of party favourites, popular rock classics and today’s top 40 hits.

01 January 2012, New Year’s Day

Start the year with a bountiful gastronomic indulgence at the resort’s two buffet restaurants. 
New Year’s Lunch and Dinner Buffet
Samba and Al Tanoor, OMR 15.500
12 noon to 3 p.m.

Well, RO 98 for the NYE bash, I think that's the most expensive event of the lot, and I'm sure it'll be excellent.


Next up, Zouk club are the venue for a House night arranged by The Experiment for New Years Eve:

Countdown 2012

Featuring Matthew Charles, who has had residencies at both Trilogy and 360 in Dubai, as well as Cafe Mambo in Ibiza, and regular slots at Pacha. So he's not a no-body, and will be worth seeing, even though he is, unfortunately, Scottish. We can't all be perfect.

Tickets are on sale now at Zouk, and cost RO 25 per person, or RO 40 for a couple. Drinks are extra, but you get one with the cost of your ticket, and also a free drink at midnight.


Now, tickets are already sold out, but the Royal Opera House are putting on a Gala performance by the Mariinsky Ballet troupe. It starts at 8pm and lasts a little under 3 hours, so the cultured among you that are going can still go out and hit a NYE party :)

More coming soon! Have a great weekend.

le fin.
More options for NYE More options for NYE Reviewed by Sythe on Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Rating: 5


  1. hey whats with the scottish Jive

  2. Obviously the Scottish contingent in Oman is far too busy to react to such 'jock'ularisations! Well done you lot.

  3. Mabbe even the Scottish contingent is thinking of what actually is scottish jive :P


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