The diamond-shaped buildings feature a combination of Omani influences, from architectural cues to existing landmark buildings, which is combined with the European sensibility of the Kempinski brand.
The cluster of buildings, which mimic a matrix of structures which once made up the commercial centre of the city, stand as a modern interpretation of traditional structures found across the Gulf country. The facade is inspired by the landscape of Old Muscat such as the Muttrah Corniche.
The ballroom is located in a prominent location within the hotel development, featuring structures that are reminiscent of Arabic lanterns, which illuminate in the evening to further the presence of the hotel landmark around its immediate environment, and the Al Mouj community.
The hotel includes 310 rooms and suites, meeting facilities, 10 restaurants and bars, as well as a health club and spa.