Hilton Garden Inn Bahrain Bay is now open to guests. The 192-room hotel located in capital Manama, is the first to open under Hilton’s portfolio of brands in the Kingdom. Nestled in the heart of Bahrain Bay and directly connected to the newest retail and leisure destination in the kingdom, Avenues Mall, the Hilton Garden Inn is a mere 15-minute drive to the newly opened Bahrain International Airport.
The hotel boasts 192 spacious rooms (including 35 suites), all with breath-taking bay and sea-facing views and complete with curated furnishings that meet the daily lifestyle needs of guests, such as a clutter-free desk, a sleek 55-inch LED screen, and complimentary access to Wi-Fi.
Catering to a wide variety of experiences be it for a short weekend stay or for longer periods, 70 per cent of the guest rooms offer confirmed connecting room, making it an ideal choice for families travelling together. Each space is artfully accentuated with earthbound tones and sea inspired design notes and neutral colour palettes, creating a sanctuary of style and calmness.
Additional features include flexible meeting spaces with state-of-the-art facilities, and a fully equipped fitness center alongside an infinity pool and jacuzzi. In addition to a room service menu, the hotel offers unique food experiences through its restaurant Together& Co serving guests breakfast, lunch and dinner with glittering waterfront views of Bahrain Bay.
“As Hilton Garden Inn continues to expand, boasting more than 900 properties around the world, we’re thrilled to be the first Hilton-branded hotel to open in Bahrain,” remarked Alan Roberts, Global Head, Hilton Garden Inn.
“We couldn’t dream of a more idyllic location for this property, overlooking the beautiful Bahrain Bay and Manama skyline, and we’re delighted to bring our world-class hospitality to this part of the world,” he added.
Manuela Brode, General Manager at Hilton Garden Inn Bahrain Bay, said: “We found it essential to incorporate an added sense of well-being in the design of our spaces reflecting Bahrain’s vast history of pearling and deep-rooted ties to the sea through our choice of soothing sea-inspired hues and colour palettes.”