The Grand Hyatt, which was built in 1997, recalls the Hammamet Lella Baya because of its external architecture and the Royal Mirage in Dubai by its inner decoration. When you face the entry, you feel somewhat like being in front of an amusement park. The walls are covered with a coating evoking rows of cut stones and the top of the buildings are crenellated like all towers of Oman fortresses. Inside, one is dazzled by the gilded coffered ceiling, the marble staircases and the perspective achieved by the different levels. Those who dream of an Eastern environment where Alexander the Great may have lived will be fully satisfied. Other people will have the impression of an aesthetic overload even if the whole is organized with great symmetry. At the end of the lobby, a huge bay window opens onto the lagoon pool. It is without doubt one of the highlights of the hotel. It is spacious, decorated with an island of vegetation, has a waterfall and a "lazy river.", a river flow that anyone can get over without effort. Everything necessary for your relaxation is there: canvas sunshades, plastic deckchairs, mattresses, and towels. It is regrettable however that there is no lawn extending the paved solarium facing the sea.