STRATEGICALLY located opposite the airport, overlooking a sprawling lagoon, the Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain is the first hotel to mark the skyline of the historic town of Muharraq.
True to tradition, the hotel blends the classic Swiss touch with traditional Arabian hospitality making it the ultimate boutique hotel setting.
Within seven minutes driving distance of the capital city, Manama, and also of the main city centre, it is ideal both as a leisure retreat and a business hotel.
The hotel offers 106 well equipped and lavishly furnished guest rooms including 10 suites, 16 non-smoking rooms, and one room for the physically challenged.
Each of the rooms has individual air conditioning controls and light dimmers to suit guests’ personal needs. A large selection of digital TV channels are available in the rooms. The Ambassador suites have plasma screens in all rooms including the bathroom. Interactive 25“ TVs in every room give guests complete information into the wide range of facilities and amenities available in the hotel. IDD connections are available in all rooms and there are three phones in each room with voicemail facility.
Every room has high-speed data points as well as high-speed wireless access to the internet is available in all rooms.
The hotel has several F&B outlets, including the gourmet Silk’s Restaurant, the Flamingo Bar with its walk-in wine cellar and the Gallery Lobby Lounge.
The 590-sqm Al Murjan Ballroom is ideal for banquets, conventions and weddings. Additionally, the hotel also has five meeting rooms in varying sizes equipped with the latest audio-visual facilities.
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