Al Areen Palace & Spa
Stunning 78-villa property is simply world class
Al Areen Palace & Spa Resort (Saturday)
Join us on the 29th of October for the 2nd Al Areen Aquathlon Swim & Run Challenge, which will be held in Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park & the Al Areen Palace & Spa Resort complex. The challenge will feature
400m swimming & a 2.5km running challenge. Registrations are now open and can be made by calling 17 845 081. Open for all ages from 12 and above. Registration fee applicable, BD10 net per person.
Chef’s Signature Specials (Sunday , Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday , Friday , Saturday)
Ask for our chef’s signature specials when you visit any of the four restaurants at Al Areen Palace & Spa in October. Get to enjoy specials like Surf n turf at Rimal or a slow cooked Lamb Shank at Saffron or enjoy the
Sizzler at Keizo or an exotic and exquisite Tandoori Kebabs Platter at Roti Boti when you visit to dine in!
Indonesian Food Festival (Sunday , Monday , Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday , Friday , Saturday)
Surprise your palate with the diverse and vibrant tastes of Indonesian Cuisine. Transport yourself to the grand realm of Indonesia with delicacies bursting with flavor and colorful presentations, while you dine in the
synonymous island ambience of the Asian restaurant Keizo, at Al Areen Palace & Spa from 14-21 October 2016, from 7 to 11pm everyday. A special Set Menu at BD12++ per person as well as an A La Carte menu featuring Indonesian specialties will be available.
Chris Apr 14, 2012 07:57 am
All the travel agents love to rave about this hotel. Why is this? Well my assumption is that they make good money by promoting it from the follow up bookings and the hotel are savvy enough to know to pamper them when they visit.
The reality for guests is just so so different!
The facilities and villas are fantasic I fully agree and cannot fault them.
However this place is five star and very expensive and for me that requires impeccable service throughout the stay and in all ways, this is not the case.
The service through the whole stay was simply terrible. Arrogant and interested reception staff, poor restaurant service, poor and unreliable room and buggy services. Raise this with the management as you may well have to and the same arrogance is experienced and you understand the heart of the hotels issues.
The managers need to get involved, interact with their customers, take their noses out of the air and get things sorted. They seem to be sitting on a very comfortable job.
No way I would return. While the facilities are great the lack of atmosphere and dreadful service ruins the experience and fails to justify the serious money you will hand over.
Mrs Huya Nov 14, 2011 11:17 am
It was the best choice to stay at Al Areen with all the great services and delicious buffet at Rimal Restaurant.
Dizzie in Bahrizzie Feb 25, 2009 07:45 am
Totally agree with Banyanfan. This place is lush!
Banyan Fan Feb 25, 2009 07:43 am
Go to this place as soon as you can make it.
I am no Bahrainian but I can tell you this is a brilliant place for any romantic holiday.