Jumeirah Group’s first hotel in Bahrain will be opened this week.
Jumeirah Royal Saray, situated on a private beach in the northern coastal Seef district, constitutes of 174 rooms that include summerhouses and royal residences, also includes poolside cabanas.
Indoor and outdoor meeting halls will be able to accommodate more than 400 people and Talise, Jumeirah’s own brand, will eventually provide treatments from a destination Spa, sitting in its own wing.
One of the hotel’s dining outlets is Play Restaurant & Lounge a Dubai concept by cheered chef Reif Othman.
General Manager of the hotel, Nordine El Yafi said, “The hotel will become a key reason for international visitors to discover Bahrain, an ideal destination for a weekend escape for visitors from across the GCC, and a gastronomic hotspot in the city.”
He also mentioned, “We are confident that this landmark, understated luxury hotel will have great appeal to the growing number of tourists visiting Bahrain every year and become a particular favourite of Bahrain residents.”
The hotel will be open on Wednesday February 28, and first guests can benefit from an exclusive opening offer of BHD129 ($343) plus taxes and service charges per room per night, for stays starting from March 15.
The offer includes complimentary breakfast for two and access to all hotel facilities. Reservations are open through www.jumeirah.com, via Jumeirah’s reservation centre and partner agents.
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