Shangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton. Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, gently guided from a lamasery, enclosed in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains. Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise but particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia — a permanently happy land, isolated from the outside world. In the novel Lost Horizon, the people who live at Shangri-La are almost immortal, living years beyond the normal lifespan and only very slowly aging in appearance.The Shangri-La began in 1971 with our first deluxe hotel in Singapore. Now it extended to put under its name around76 hotels and resorts throughout Asia Pacific, North America, the Middle East, and Europe. Moreover it started in Oman in 2006. In order to gain Oman the feature of tourism. In that case we are going to study Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah hotel and their relation with external relationship.
Background of the company
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Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa, Sultanate of Oman is one of the “Top Five Resorts in the Middle East.” The competition is always tough, as the awards recognise the very best in luxury travel. Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa, Sultanate of Oman was up against many of the region’s top resorts and is the only resort in Oman that made it to the list. Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa, Sultanate of Oman is a three-hotel luxury resort that opened in February 2006. These hotels are: Al Waha Hotel, Al Bandar Hotel and Al HusnHotel. Al Waha is Oman's first dedicated family hotel. It is the largest of the three hotels at Shangri-La's Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa, Sultanate of Oman. Comprising 262 guestrooms, each room provides guests with either a 5 sqm balcony or patio, with sea view or sea-facing perspectives. The name Al Waha means "The Oasis", and has been designed such that the hotel's several swimming...
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