The Myriad Muscat offers accommodations for over 2,700 ladies. Residents have the freedom of choice between various single and multi-occupancy room types to best suit their needs. Residents use separate entrances from guests visiting the opening soon mall with dedicated reception areas ensuring secure access.
The property offers three room types to cater to different resident preferences: spacious single occupancy rooms, offering increased privacy, affordable double occupancy rooms that offer the opportunity to meet new people as well as accessible rooms for people of determination.
The community maximises the residents’ comfort and convenience by providing facilities and services to enable them to easily complete day-to-day tasks. Residents have the access to fully-equipped laundry rooms, a two-storey mall (opening soon) and versatile breakout spaces on each residential floor. These breakout spaces include cooking stations for residents to prepare meals in a social setting, as well as comfortable seating where they can gather to mingle and study.
The Myriad Muscat also provides various recreational and leisure facilities for residents to make the most of. The property’s mall will offer restaurants, cafés, supermarkets, study and workspaces, health and beauty services and much more.
Fitness is an important element of a young individual’s life which is why we believe it is important to make sporting facilities easily accessible at the property. The Myriad Muscat includes an all-ladies fitness centre as part of the two retail floors of the community.
Being a community dedicated to students, trainees, executives and working ladies, it is important for The Myriad Muscat to support the residents’ academic and work needs. Each room includes a workspace for residents to use for individual study. Alternatively, the breakout spaces can be used for more social work or group study sessions as well as the various common areas around the property.
Each room includes a work space for residents to use for individual study. Alternatively, the breakout spaces can be used for more social work or group study sessions as well as the various common areas around the property.