Supporting those committed to serving local communities, Mysk Al Mouj Hotel, recently joined people who have to work during Iftar and Suhoor time. The team delivered meal boxes to taxi drivers arriving at the hotel, Al Mouj Muscat and Muscat International Airport, as well teams of cleaning, service and landscape workers across the area.
“Comprised of a team of high-calibre hospitality professionals, Mysk Al Mouj is a strong advocate of community values, and during Ramadan we want to extend our service with meaningful gesturesfor those spending precious hours in the service of others. Much like public transport, hospitality is a round-the-clock operation; thuswe salute those working through the hours of Iftar and Suhoor. It’s always good to give back to the community and social responsibility can always include making Ramadan a little more special for those hard at work,” said Shafik Alaaeddine, General Manager of Mysk Al Mouj.
He added, “Mysk Al Mouj’s Ramadan spirit takes guests on a tour of global gastronomy, introducing special offers for an authentic Iftar and Suhoor experiences for those who are able to visit Pepper Restaurant. We hope to see local communities join us with their families for an authentic dining experience at a venue that exudes the richness of Arabian culture”.
MYSK by Shaza is a contemporary theatre of life that puts the spotlight on the ever-evolving Arabian lifestyle. Bringing customers the best in local hospitality and gourmet cuisine, the venue’s Ramadan delicacies feature dishes inspired by cuisine from across the world.Mysk Al Mouj, part of the Global Hotel Alliance, has been noted for its passion in the culinary arts, following its recent award at the World Travel Awards, recognising it as ‘Oman’s New Leading Hotel’.