Less than an hour’s drive from Dubai and ten minutes to the border of Oman, the journey to the Hatta Fort Hotel leads through some of the most interesting and stunning landscapes in the U.A.E.
Set out to the Hatta Fort Hotel and explore the breathtaking Hajar Mountain landscape. Please carry your passport with valid visa, Emirates ID or Labour Card to avoid any delays at the border check points. Once your journey is complete, a unique destination with temperature-controlled swimming pools, gourmet cuisine and stunning views from deluxe chalet-style rooms await.
Important Note - Tourism Dirham
from 31st of March 2014 a fee will be charged on all stays at hotel
establishments in the Emirate of Dubai. Under Dubai Government’s
Executive Council resolution No. 2 of 2014, this fee – titled “Tourism
Dirham” – will be collected from the guest directly by the hotel establishment and will be charged on a per bedroom per night basis. The fee for this hotel
is AED 15 per bedroom per night.
Please read the official notification.
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Check point instructions
You will see two different routes on the map, the one marked in red which is E-44 road and the second one is marked in green is E-102 route. If you decide to take the red route (Dubai-Hatta-Oman E-44 road) it’s vital for all guests to carry either original passport with a valid visa or Emirates ID as there are a couple of check points on the way to Hatta as you pass through the Oman territory – for UAE residents Emirates national ID or a Labour card will do. Whereas other route (Sharjah-Kalba-Hatta road) though a bit longer (approx. 20-25 minutes extra drive) there are no check points.
Omani insurance Please ensure that you have valid car insurance for the roads in Oman. This can be arranged in advance or at the checkpoint, where it will cost AED 120 per car.
Warning: Use of cameras and video equipment at the checkpoints is prohibited.