Bahrain Hotels Company, owner and operator of Gulf Hotel Bahrain, has announced February 28, 2006, as the completion date of work at the new Serviced Apartments building within the hotel complex.
This building reinforces the current status of Gulf Hotel and Gulf International Convention & Exhibition Centre as the biggest hotel property in Bahrain, adding to the existing inventory of 360 rooms, 11 restaurants and bars and 2,200-seat convention centre with an additional 2,500 sq m of exhibition space.
The 15-storey building will house 101 apartments consisting of one, two and three bedrooms. Each of the five-star serviced apartments will be fully equipped with luxury furnishings, kitchen area and hotel amenities and facilities.
The new building is conveniently located in what used to be known as the South Wing garden. A glass-enclosed atrium will soon connect the apartment building to the South Wing building, giving easy access to the hotel’s recreation, food and beverage and business facilities.
All residents of the Serviced Apartments will be able to enjoy full use of the Hotel’s Health Club facilities and the stunning landscaped poolside.
The new building will accommodate some of the Gulf Hotel’s guests during the Gulf Air Grand Prix events expected to take place around the second week of March 2006.
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