3 new Bahrain hotels to book in 2024

3 new Bahrain hotels to book in 2024

Raffles and Conrad are among the brands debuting in the Gulf coast country 

More than 20 new hotels have opened in Bahrain in the last 12 months, including a selection of world-renowned hospitality brands making their debut.

The 33-island archipelago is surrounded by shallow, clear waters and has a selection of cultural attractions, vibrant natural scenery and authentic Arabian cuisine.

Dubbed the ‘Pearl of the Gulf’, Bahrain's new hotel openings add to the tourist offerings. Here are three new hotels to entice your travel clients with in 2024. 

Raffles Al Areen Palace
Open since December 2023, the first of its kind in Bahrain, Raffles Al Areen Palace is an all-villa property with 78 private pool villas set beside a wildlife reserve and close to the Bahrain International F1 circuit. Each villa is decorated in neutral tones with pops of green and gold and elaborate arches inspired by Islamic architecture.

Raffles Al Areen Palace spa

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Conrad Bahrain Financial Harbour 
Conrad Hotels & Resorts opened their first property in Bahrain in January 2024. Part of the Hilton group, Conrad Bahrain Financial Harbour is a 30-storey property on the waterfront, offering guests an unobstructed view of Bahrain Bay. It has 98 suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, a rooftop pool with a panoramic view of the city and a branch of the globally acclaimed restaurant SushiSamba.

Conrad Bahrain

Hawar Resort by Mantis
Mantis will make its Bahrain debut with Hawar Resort by Mantis, a new luxury resort located on the west coast of Hawar Island later this year. Hawar Island is a 30-minute boat ride from the Bahrain's main island and enjoys UNESCO recognition for its natural history. Standing as one of the first environmentally-focused projects of its kind in the Middle East, the new development will aid the island's transformation into an eco-tourism hub, with aims to showcase local wildlife.

Guests visiting the island will encounter a diverse range of wildlife, including sand gazelles, vibrant coral reefs and endangered dugongs, which are cousins of manatees with a dolphin fluke-like tail. The resort will offer 102 luxury accommodations, five distinctive dining venues, extensive sports and leisure facilities and separate areas for relaxation and adventure. The new development is set to be unveiled in Q3 2024.

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