We spent two nights here. Not terrible, but four things that bugged me.
1. Cockroaches. Not big ones, thankfully, but lots of little ones--I believe coming from the bathroom drain. In fairness, the hotel is a patch of green in the desert, so of course life flocks to it. If you get a room on the second floor you might be okay.
2. Spotty wifi. Had a hard time getting connected.
3. Thin curtains. You're waking up at 6am whether you want to or not, because the sun comes streaming right through the curtains.
4. Sketchy food. We have a friend who warned us off the food, saying he got diarrhea the one time he ate there. We were like, whatever, we had breakfast there a few hours ago and we're fine. The next morning, though, breakfast got us. So be warned.
Other things--it's about 4km off the coastal road, so it's fairly secluded. That can be good, but if you don't have a car getting out and about can be tricky. I didn't see many taxis in the area. The pool was good. AC and water heaters worked fine. I've stayed in worse places.
Its clean hotel with spacious rooms. Ac is ok .breakfast isn't that much variety. Only disadvantage is the location of the hotel.its on the main road. You have to take 10 minutes from the main road to reach.no near by shops to go to them by walks.
I have stayed at this hotel several times, usually for 2 nights. The rooms are big and the beds are very comfortable. The staff are helpful, and they have recently added free wifi. Located opposite the Medical College in Sohar, about 3 km from the centre of Sohar, but towards the Industrial area and Sohar port, which is about 6 km away.