Located in the heart of Manama, the Sheraton Bahrain Hotel is ideally suited to the business traveller.
It offers views of the Arabian Gulf and the city, with 256 tastefully designed guest rooms which are defined as classic, preferred and club rooms, and then there are suites.
A total of 194 guest rooms have recently been completely renovated with a stylish décor that offers a timeless, yet contemporary feel, blending warm pastel colours and fine fabrics.
All guest rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities such as LCD TVs, tea and coffee (filter) making amenities and a seamless wireless internet connection available in all rooms as well as all the public areas of the hotel. Designed for comfort and a good night’s sleep, the Sheraton sweet sleeper bed, is present in all the guest rooms.
Dining options available at the hotel include four restaurants and two lounges. Restaurants at the hotel include Soie, a fine dining Chinese restaurant; Al Raouché, a Lebanese restaurant; Golestan, an Iranian restaurant and Al Safir, an all day dining restaurant. Lounges include An Nada, a sunset lounge with live entertainment and Les Palmes, a lobby lounge.
Sheraton Bahrain Hotel offers meeting spaces for eight to 800 participants, accompanied by the latest audiovisual equipment, a direct access car park and a dedicated concierge, who ensures total comfort, convenience and efficiency for guests during meeting and events.
Sheraton Fitness run by professionals is also available. It offers extensive recreational facilities - separate gym and spa treatment for woman and men, aerobics at a special aerobics studio, rooftop tennis court and a rebuilt swimming pool with an added element of luxury: a temperature controlled outdoor Jacuzzi.
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