- Location & Map
Experience The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel & Spa. Located on Manama Bay, yet just minutes from the airport and Manama City Center, this exceptional Bahrain luxury resort features world-class cuisine, a nurturing spa, a 37-slip marina and an array of water sports – all just steps from your door. With superb amenities and impeccable service, this luxury hotel and resort in Bahrain beckons you to discover all this beautiful Arab nation has to offer. Situated on the north coast of Bahrain, this seven-story luxury resort, with 245 rooms and suites, is located within a 20-acre urban resort complex on the seafront of Manama. The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel & Spa is only 11 kms from the airport, 3 kms from the Manama City Center and close to Bahrain International Exhibition Center. The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain hotel's exceptional location features panoramic views of the sparkling waters. Comprised of 23 elegant and spacious villas strategically located along the beach and tucked into lush greenery, our Manama hotel's luxurious villas provide the ultimate in privacy.
Location & Map
- Ritz Carlton Bahrain Hotel And Spa
- Building 188 Road 1703
- Seef District
- Manama, AREA 317
The Kingdom of Bahrain (Mamlakah al-Bahrain in Arabic) is an independent country in western Asia, comprising 33 islands on the western side of the Arabian Gulf. It is also the smallest Arab nation in the entire Middle East. The main island, also called Bahrain, lies 24 km (15 mi) east of Saudi Arabia and 29 km (18 mi) west of Qatar. The capital and largest city is Manama. Bahrain entered recorded history about 5,000 years ago as a commercial trading center. Long under the influence of more powerful neighbors, it came under the domination of Iran in the 17th century. The Al-Khalifa family, originating from the central Arabian Peninsula, established themselves as Bahrain's rulers in 1783 and has ruled ever since. A series of treaties in the 19th century gave Britain control over Bahrain's defense and foreign affairs. Dominant British influence lasted until Bahrain became independent in 1971. Bahrain is a window to its historic past. With many mosques, minarets and mausoleums, the country is packed with beautiful attractions everywhere. In true sense, Bahrain is a blend of the old and the new, with beaming skyscrapers and majestic embodiments that speak of the fantastic Islamic art, culture and architecture. The official language of Bahrain is Arabic, since it is predominantly a Muslim country. However, English is also a widely spoken language here. For additional Bahrain information, including popular sights and attractions, please consult other sections of this website or contact the Concierge upon your arrival.
Directions to Hotel
From Bahrain International Airport Take The King Faisal Highway From The Airport To The Pearl Roundabout Then Follow The Shaikh Khalifa Bin Salman Highway To The Seef District...take King Abdulla Road From The District. End Of The Road You Will Reach The Entrance Of The Ritz-carlton Hotel And Spa.
Conde Nast Award Winner, Mobil Award, Travel And Leisure Award
Banquets & Meetings
Can accomodate up to 900 people
High Speed Internet
Broadband access in all the guest rooms.
One resort pool for all guests plus all villas enjoy a private infinity pool
Tennis Courts On Site
Four beachfront floodlit tennis courts with teaching pro
Hotel has its own 22 berth marina
Twenty-five minute drive from international standard 18 hole golf course
Across the road are the newest and largest shops and malls in Bahrain and markets are a few minute drive away
The hotel is only three kms from Manama City Center.
The hotel's 23 private villas are extremely exclusive with a private infinity edge pool and their own section of the beach.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- Business Center
- Disabled Access
- Executive Retreat
- Fine Dining On Site
- Fine Dining Nearby
- Fitness Center
- High Speed Internet
- Pool Indoor
- Pool Outdoor
- Spa Facility
- Tennis Courts On Site
- - Beach
- Fishing Ocean
- Jet Skiing
- Scuba Diving
- Tennis Courts Nearby
- Theatre & Museums
- Water Skiing