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Four Seasons Bahrain Officially Opens

Four Seasons Bahrain Officially Opens

Luxury operator’s arrival further stokes competition in the Kingdom’s five-star sphere

Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay has opened its doors following a ribbon cutting ceremony by Deputy Prime Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Abdullah Alkhalifa.

The 273-room hotel, which contains 57 suites, features oversized windows facing north to the Arabian Gulf or south to the Manama skyline. Rooms start from a spacious 47sqm. Alongside five restaurants are five swimming ‘experiences’.

F&B includes two venues by Wolfgang Puck, CUT and re Asian Cuisine, as well as the international Bahrain Bay Kitchen and Vento poolside grill. A 3,485sqm spa encompasses four interconnected buildings, woven together with pathways and gardens.

But as befits these business-come-leisure times, MICE is also a key focal point, with a similar amount of space available for meetings and events which can host anything between 10 and 750 guests. Sky Bridge meeting rooms span the 50th and 51st floors.

It marks the second new Four Seasons regionally following the launch of Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach.

Bahrain’s hospitality sector is experiencing some momentum after Rotana Hotel opened ART Rotana Amwaj Islands Bahrain in January, its second property in the Kingdom (click here).

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