BY all accounts, Ramada Hotel Bahrain is a landmark of perfect hospitality and class in the Kingdom. Ideally located in the Adliya business district facing the landscaped gardens of the Government House, with the Grand mosque and the sea in the background, it offers 119 rooms and four junior suites, including minibar, TV with satellite channels and telephone with data-port.
The Ramada has gone through many changes over the last year. It opened its pub, The Exchange, renovated its fine dining outlet, Le Jardin, and turned the famous Rendezvous Lounge into a meeting centre. The Rendezvous is the perfect venue for cocktail parties and is ideal for small groups.
The Exchange, on the other hand, has seen business on the rise. According to a spokesperson of the hotel, the food sales at the Exchange have been impressive reiterating that it is one of the best kitchens on the island. Business has picked up at Le Jardin as well. The renovation has lent the restaurant a rather cosy ambience and with a daily lunch buffet it’s certainly looking like the place to be on the island.
But that’s not all. The hotel will undergo a major renovation this year as two floors will be redone, and then one floor every year after that. Clearly, the future is certainly looking bright for the Ramada Bahrain and there is an air of optimism all around.
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