THE Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel & Spa has rolled out special Ramadan rates from September 25 through October 20.
The hotel is offering a deluxe room including taxes for two adults, including family with iftar or gabagh at BD125 ($331) per night. A second deluxe room including taxes for two children including family iftar or gabgah can be had at BD95 per night.
Located on a golden sand beach with expansive views of the turquoise Gulf waters, the hotel is a mere three miles from the centre of Manama and the Bahrain International Exhibition Centre (BIEC). Set on a 20-acre seafront development, the hotel is the showplace attraction of an exclusive community of recreational and residential amenities for the sophisticated traveller. Among the hotel’s many notable features are a spa, an elaborate facility with an extensive menu of treatments and services, a sports club with indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a 22-berth private marina are also part of the complex.
The seven-storey, 245-room hotel features nine restaurants and lounges, including the only fine-dining Indian restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton group. The Club Lounge offers five food presentations daily and boasts one of the more spectacular views of the sea and city centre. With more than 24,000 square feet of meeting space, the hotel’s semi-secluded settings make it an ideal choice for important regional and international meetings. The 23 deluxe, luxuriously-appointed, seafront three-bedroom villas, each with their own swimming pool, private beach, spa treatment area, and 24-hour lifestyle butler provide total tranquillity.
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