THE Sheraton Bahrain Hotel & Towers is all geared up to welcome its guests this summer with a new look and feel, from rates starting at BD38++ ($101).
“From the completely rebuilt swimming pool, chilled to beat the heat to the modern and exceptionally elegant new rooms at the hotel, everything’s set to make your stay especially comfortable,” says a hotel spokesperson.
The new swimming pool promises a cool respite from the heat and an added element of luxury is the unique temperature-controlled outdoor Jacuzzi. The Sheraton has also introduced a brand-new 200 car multi-storey car park that offers direct and secure access to the hotel.
In line with the continuous guest service and facility improvements at the hotel, its rooms have also been renovated to provide an exceptionally elegant, timeless and yet contemporary feel. The rooms blend warm pastel colours and fine fabrics with state-of-the art facilities such as 32’ LCD TVs, the trademark Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, high-pressure dual option showerheads, tea- and coffee-making facilities and wireless internet connections available in all rooms and public areas of the hotel, including banquet halls, restaurants and even the swimming pool.
Located in the diplomatic area and main business district of Bahrain’s capital Manama, the hotel is a few minutes walking distance from the city centre.
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