Conveniently located in Adliya, the Bahrain Carlton Hotel has carved for itself a comfortable niche in Bahrain's busy and growing market.
The hotel says it offers a "class choice for business and leisure travellers - a place where a business trip can also be a pleasure trip".
Just 20 minutes drive from the international airport, Bahrain Carlton offers 90 deluxe rooms and suites with extensive facilities providing "comfort and luxury" comparable to a five-star hotel.
The rooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, satellite TV, four channel radio unit, in-house movie option, mini bar and individual climate control air conditioning system.
For business visitors and conference planners, the hotel offers spacious function hall equipped with state-of-the-art facilities which can accommodate up to 250 people in banquet style. The hall is also suited for weddings and other similar special events.
Bahrain Carlton offers a varied range of dining and entertainment options including the Dhow restaurant, Safari Lounge with resident entertainers, Amasi Al Sharq which provides an Arabic treat with talented Arabic singers and dancers, the Hawaiian Cocktail Lounge and a Cinema Corner, an ideal place to sit back with a cup of tea or coffee.
The Carlton Health Club features a gym with the latest computerized equipment, a swimming pool and sauna and also offers massage services.
"We have so much to offer ...for less. Customer Satisfaction is our prime concern," said sales and marketing manager Mohammed Al Sayed.
"With our continuous commitment to please our clientele, we always strive for excellence and distinction."
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