Muscat gets its English name from the Arabic term for 'safe anchorage’, speaking of the city's age-old relationship with the sea. Until today, nothing has changed. The sea continues to be a major part of the culture and lifestyle of the city. The rocky Western Al Hajar Mountains dominate the landscape of Muscat.
Slated to open in 2017, Citadines Al Ghubrah Muscat sits in the heart of this picturesque place, and is strategically located near Sultan Qaboos Road - Muscat’s main arterial road linking the Muscat International Airport to the Ruwi's Central Business District.