This five star beachfront oasis on Oman’s tranquil Musandam Peninsula is living in harmony with the local community. 


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  • Massage Services

    Massage Services

  • Farm-to-Table Program

    Farm-to-Table Program

  • Hiking Trails

    Hiking Trails

  • Running Paths

    Running Paths

  • Organic Food Options

    Organic Food Options

  • Vegetarian Food Options

    Vegetarian Food Options

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options

  • Gluten-Free Food Options

    Gluten-Free Food Options

  • Spa On Property

    Spa On Property

  • Sleep Programs

    Sleep Programs

  • Fitness Programs

    Fitness Programs

  • Personal Trainers

    Personal Trainers

  • Guest Bikes

    Guest Bikes

  • Organic Herb Garden on Property

    Organic Herb Garden on Property

  • Fruit Trees On Property

    Fruit Trees On Property

  • Meditation Area

    Meditation Area


  • Water Efficient Fixtures

  • A\C Energy Saver

  • Towel Program

  • Bee Program

  • Animal Sanctuary

  • Recycle Program

  • LED Lighting

  • Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

  • Responsible Watering

  • Room Temperature Control

  • Green Sustainability Team

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

  • Food Waste Fed to Local Farm Animals

  • Composting

  • Water Bottle Program

  • On-site Biologists

  • Sustainable Supply Chain

  • Cruelty-Free Products

Community Impact

  • Employee Volunteer Hours

  • Donates Back

  • Local Artist Program

  • Local Community Mentorship

  • Locally Sourced Furnishings

  • Local Artisan Products

  • Local Farmers Program


  • Certified Sustainable Seafood
  • Trip advisor 2020
  • Conde Nast Award


The Setting

Six Senses Zighy Bay is a two-hour journey across the Musandam Peninsula from Dubai, but getting there is all the fun. By land; a 4x4 trek takes you through the craggy lunar-like Hajar Mountains. By sea; a speedboat glides across the emerald Gulf of Oman landing on the hotel’s pristine beach. By air; a paraglider from on-high descends you into the traditional Omani village-styled resort. Now that you’re here walking the sandy paths, you’ll learn the hotel was voted best in the Middle East for sustainability for a reason. Caring for the environment and looking after local schools, infrastructure and hospitals is what they do.

The hotel also focuses their community impact on women’s access to education. On top of that, they produce their own bottled water from the Gulf using reverse osmosis, the filtered out saltwater is then used in the saltwater pool (the largest in the Middle East). So check-in, enjoy your welcome smoothie made with dates plucked from the resort’s palms and go for a swim with one of the resident camels. Oh yeah, you’ll also learn nothing about this stay will be ordinary. 

Sleep and Sanctuary

Privacy and relaxation are the foundation of the 82 family-friendly villas, all built of natural stone and timber. Dwellings range from one bedroom pool villas with beachfront views to a sprawling four bedroom Gulfside retreat with a 24/7 private chef. All the Omani-style enclaves invite you to unwind under high traditional-style ceilings, in the colorfully cushioned living areas and on organic Naturalmat beds made with fine unbleached cotton sheets, topped with your choice of ergonomic pillows. Refresh outside by falling into your private infinity pool, or take a cool outdoor shower using organic soap made on-property within the privacy of high cobblestone walls. Or, simply drink in the Arabian night and count the stars from your plumped up loungers. 

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Most of your dining on the peninsula will most likely take place at Six Senses Zighy Bay, and that is great news. Embark on a culinary journey from a hilltop restaurant serving signature Spanish-inspired cuisine and evening views over the crystal waters of the Gulf of Oman, to authentic Bedouin-style dining on the beach, tapas at an al fresco bar, feasting from Arabic delicacies made in a traditional mud kitchen, to dining with a private chef in your villa. All dining outposts collectively specialize in wellness and healthy choices,  much of the produce originated in the region and the resort’s own organic garden and farm. 



  • Airport Transportation

  • Parking

  • Complimentary Parking

  • Valet

  • Air Conditioning

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea

  • Laundry Facility

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Happy Hour

  • Library

  • Room Service

  • Baby Crib Service

  • Kids Club

  • Beachfront

  • Gym

  • Mini Fridge

  • Family Friendly

  • Business Center

  • Sundries

  • Bath Robes

  • Complimentary Newspaper

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Minibar

  • Hotel Mobile App

  • Vanity Room

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Pool

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Check-in: 2 PM - 12 AM | Must be 18 years of age to check-in
Check-out: 12 PM
Special check-in instructions
  • This property offers transfers from the airport (surcharges may apply); guests must contact the property with arrival details 48 hours prior to arrival
  • Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival
  • For more details, please contact the property using the information on the booking confirmation
  • Visitors entering the United Arab Emirates (UAE) require an entry visa (Tourist Visa) that needs to be arranged prior to the arrival date. This can be arranged through your local UAE Consulate or Embassy.
  • All visitors are required to send a copy of their passport a minimum of 3 working days prior to the arrival date to obtain a border pass to cross the UAE-Oman checkpoint. Residents of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) must send a copy of their resident visa in addition to the passport copy. The border passes will be available with the public relations officer at the Dibba checkpoint. For this reason, the hotel cannot accept last-minute bookings from UAE residents. Please note that no alcohol is permitted when crossing the UAE and Oman border.

Staffed front desk

Children and extra beds 
  • Kids stay free! 2 children can stay - 11-year-olds and younger stay free as long as they have existing bedding. 
  • Free cribs (infant beds)



Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Should you need to refuel near Dibba Beach, hit up Loz Cafe
  • The Sreadan Kuwaiti Restaurant in Dibba has a wide range of vegetable dishes 
Conscious Culture
  • Immerse yourself in Omani culture and history with a trip to the Khasab Fort
  • Visit Festung Cacapo, a 17th century Portuguese-built castle
Mindful Adventures
  • Sail through the Fjords on a traditional Dhow boat
  • For the adventurous, the Musandam peninsula is internationally known for its paragliding (you can tandem) 
  • Swim with dolphins near the Oman Fjords
Do Good for the Day
  • Purchase a piece of art from a local artist from the resort’s boutique  
  • Take part in one of Six Senses’ regular beach clean-ups
  • A pre-packing list is sent to all guests highlighting the needs of the local school (re-fillable water bottles, etc)
Be Kind to Yourself
  • The scenic yoga pavilion at Six Senses is the perfect place to enjoy the sunrise as well as Omani garden, falaj and wadi grace the grounds designed for guests to embrace the peace. 
  • Six Senses Spa will have everything to make for a one-of-a-Kind rejuvenating experience


23°33'04. 58°39'35.، 8"N 5، Dibba 800, Oman


By Plane

Zighy Bay is 75 miles (120 km) or a 120-minute drive from Dubai International Airport (DXB)

By 4x4

A dramatic round-trip transfer through the mountains between Dubai International Airport and the resort by 4WD starts from USD 255 net per car per way for a maximum of three guests. This will be arranged and booked accordingly by the resort upon making a reservation.

By Speedboat

To enrich the experience, the resort offers additional arrival by a 15-minute speedboat from Dibba Marina to Zighy Marina starting from USD 80 net per guest each way 

By Paraglider

Yes, paraglide arrival is an option (the peninsula is world-renowned for its paragliding), you’ll be strapped to the resort’s professional paraglider starting at USD 195 net per guest. “That’s one way to make an entrance,” you should remember to say. 

By Automobile

For a cheaper option, you can now drive a rental car from the UAE to Oman with well kept roads (some with tolls) along the way. Please, note that many suppliers accept the request for travelling from Dubai to Oman, but there will be formalities such as an extra charge for crossing the borders between the UAE and Oman. Vehicles drive on the right. Parking is free at Six Senses. 

*As per governing law from the United Arab Emirates and Sultanate of Oman, no alcohol is permitted on your person when crossing the border. Please note that the flying of drones is prohibited in Oman and it is therefore not allowed at the resort.

*Some visitors entering the UAE require an entry visa that needs to be arranged prior to arrival, with the exception of certain nationalities. For more details about UAE visa and border pass requirements, please view this document, or contact