The smallest Arabic country in the world is a delightful archipelago comprising 33 islands. The main island, a blob of paradise, is called Bahrain next to which are Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Here you get the best of both worlds in terms natural as well as architectural splendor. Long beaches, leafy green pathways and trails and matchless monuments adorn the country rendering it rich both scenically as well as visually.
The Ritz Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Spa is situated in the capital city called Manama next to a lovely sandy beach. The 7-storey luxury resort is comprised of 245 suites and guest rooms. The deep blue-tinted Arabian Sea presents a fascinating vista from the luxury five star hotels.
As soon as you check into your suite or guest room you will be struck by the sheer sumptuousness of it all. You will have a high-tech LCD television airing some of your favorite channels, a well-appointed suite with a 600 thread-count bed linen, three types of pillows (all treated for allergens) marbled bathroom replete with a la mode rainshowers, etc. The housekeeping service occurs on a twice-daily basis, plus there is 24-hour in-room dining service available. Look out the window and your eyes will be embalmed by the sight of a lagoon and the marvelous city skyline.
Enjoy a swim? Well, depending on the weather you can take a plunge inside the outdoor swimming pool or, if it happens to be cold, inside the heated indoor one. Also, don’t forget to take advantage of the luxury spa at Bahrain’s Ritz-Carlton. Great body and skin treatments, herbal remedies, and massages make your stay worthwhile.
After stepping out of your sauna you can go into the Tiare Spa Café renowned for its low-calorie desserts, fresh fruit juice, and some really amazing sandwiches. Some of uts ‘wellness’ teas too, simply take the cake.
The gourmet specialists at the Ritz-Carlton make a point of catering to every palate, including the fussiest. For a lavish spread of continental, Arabic or Asian fare check into the rather luxurious La Mediterranee known for its splendid and variegated meals. Some of the favorites include smoked salmon and the La Mediterranee chef’s salad. The wine list too, is pretty impressive. Do be warned, though, that the café is exclusively a non-smoking zone.
And if you want to dine real royal, that is maharaja style, we suggest you check into Nirvana, for a true culinary nirvana-like experience. Especially wowed are the dal makhani, prawn biryani and the various assortments of kebabs that you can munch along with your favorite red or white wine while listening to some exotic Indian music.
If you happen to be a business traveler you will be taken with the facilities the Ritz-Carlton has to offer. There are four meeting rooms equipped with the best technology. The partitions are sound-proofed while the aircon is subject to individual temperature control. Then there are two spacious ballrooms that can take up to a thousand guests easily.
The Ritz Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Spa takes care of all your individual wants and needs.