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Kempinski to open new hotel, residences in Bahrain Harbour

Europe’s oldest luxury hotel company Kempinski Hotels has signed an agreement with Bahrain-based Infracorp to launch its premium development – Kempinski Hotel and Residences – in the heart of Manama’s burgeoning downtown district.

Kempinski Hotel and Residences will occupy one of three signature towers that are part of the mixed-use Bahrain Harbour development. It will boast 74 guestrooms situated on the upper floors and an additional 186 Kempinski branded residences spread across the rest of the building, which is expected to open its doors by the end of 2025.

A pioneer in infrastructure developments in the kingdom, Infracorp currently has more than $3 billion in assets under management.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Bernold Schroeder, Chairman and CEO of Kempinski Group, said this landmark development re-establishes its foothold in Bahrain and the long-standing commitment to the Middle East.

“At Kempinski Bahrain Harbour, guests will discover a warm European welcome in a setting that reflects the riches of the Arabian Gulf; a modern and sophisticated environment set around a wonderful marina at the heart of Bahrain’s financial district. We are thrilled to be partnering with Infracorp on this prestigious project,” stated Schroeder.

“Elegant and luxuriously appointed rooms and suites at Kempinski Bahrain Harbour Hotel and The Residences at Kempinski Bahrain Harbour, will be the highest in the Kingdom, offering elevated views across the marina and Manama skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies,” he noted.

“The guestrooms and branded residences will feature contemporary style interiors with soft colours, marble features and wooden textures, with accented feature walls and brass fixtures,” he added.

Strategically located between Reef Island and Bahrain Bay, Bahrain Harbour is raising the bar for luxury living in the kingdom.

Local attractions such as The Avenues Mall, Manama Souq and Moda Mall are all within walking distance, as are Bahrain World Trade Centre and Bahrain Financial Harbour. Bahrain International Airport and the King Fahd Causeway connecting Bahrain to Al Khobar in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are just a 15-minute drive away, said the statement.

“Guests will also have access to a stunning rooftop swimming pool offering remarkable views, spa and wellness facilities, a fully equipped panoramic gym, tennis courts, and kids’ play area, a business centre and meetings and events facilities. Bahrain Harbour will be home to up to 60 retail boutiques and extensive food and beverage options,” stated Schroeder.

Harbour Heights is a landmark on the Bahrain skyline, a mixed-use project with residential, retail, hospitality and leisure elements spread over three towers and 2.5km of marina promenade, directly opposite the iconic twin towers of Bahrain Financial Harbour, he added.

Infracorp CEO Majed Al Khan said: “At Bahrain Harbour, we have created a new community for global citizens, where innovative architecture, world class dining and luxury waterfront living provide a prime residential destination.”

“As the oldest luxury hotel company in Europe, Kempinski is the ideal partner to position the hospitality element at the Harbour,” he added.

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