Facelift for Bahrain Beachfront New resort promises to transform the coastline BAHRAIN's newest beachfront resort is set to open in June and bosses say is will transform the country's coastline. The Tulip Inn Hawar Beach Hotel and Resort at Hawar Islands, was formerly owned by Baisan Group, has undergone a facelift after being taken over by Golden Tulip Hotels. And now resort chiefs say it's set to become "one of the most attractive resorts in the world." SIMILAR ARTICLES Netflix 'to get series about contemporary Middle East life' City Centre Bahrain offers free buses to and from Saudi Bahrain-loving expat group to meet in Manama Bahrain beats UAE to be named top expat destination General manager Mustapha Chatila said: "We are opening the first phase soon, with the second phase set to go on stream later this year." He said that the first phase consists of 40 rooms, four suites, all beach facilities and water and beach sports activities. "A new gymnasium, health club, new Lebanese and seafood restaurants are also being opened to cater to varied tastes and cultures," said Mr Chatila. He said major changes and renovations had been made and more are to follow and the second phase, once completed, will consist of chalets and apartments.