Manama: Gateway to Bahrain on the Persian Gulf Manama is the historic gateway to the island nation of Bahrain. Its roots stretch back to the Bronze Age, through Portuguese and Persian rule, to independence and membership of the Arab League. Explore this multi-layered history in the Bahrain National Museum, at the imposing Qalat al Bahrain fort, or at the 1300-year-old Al Khamis Mosque, the country's oldest. Today, contemporary attractions abound in this capital city, from world-class shopping at the Seef and Moda Malls and City Centre Bahrain, to exciting nightlife at Manama's pubs, nightclubs and hotel lounges, popular with locals and expats alike. Thrill-seekers can catch the Formula 1 action at the Bahrain International Circuit during the April Grand Prix, and even take to the track on go-karts all year long. All are welcome to visit the magnificent Al-Fatih Mosque, Bahrain's largest with a capacity of 7000 worshippers; free guided tours provide unique insights into the history of Islam in Bahrain. Don't miss Manama's Corniche al-Fateh, on the east side of the city, a seaside promenade along the Gulf with many pleasant spots to relax and enjoy the stunning views.

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3.42 k.m from the city centre

Guests have a choice of 149 air-conditioned rooms from singles to suites, all offering Minibar, free WiFi and coffee/tea making facilities. Breakfast ...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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