One of the oldest five-star hotels in Bahrain is to undergo a BHD15 million renovation project set to last two years.
Work will begin on the Sheraton Hotel, which first opened in 1981 and has 256 rooms, next month, Gulf Daily News reports.
The Manama hotel will be closed for part of the project which will involve all of the recreational facilities, meeting spaces and guest rooms being completely redone.
The news comes after Indy Adenaw, vice president at Sheraton, revealed the brand would be renovating all of its hotels across the Middle East earlier this year.
Marriott, which owns the Sheraton, has been focused on rejuvenating Sheraton Hotels after acquiring the brand during a merger with Starwood in 2016.
Since then, Marriott has been the largest hotel chain in the world.
It is not yet known when the Sheraton will close for renovations, or when in 2021 they will be completed.