Enjoy 25% off your stay at The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain next month

The five-star hotel is offering a range of discounts to celebrate its Silver Jubilee

Enjoy 25% off your stay at The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain next month

The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain is offering a 25 percent discount on room packages during November to celebrate its Silver Jubilee.

From Friday November 1 until Saturday November 30, the five-star hotel is holding a series of events to celebrate the anniversary of its opening on November 26, 1994.

You can book a deluxe or club room from BHD114 a night, which comes with a BHD25 daily resort credit, breakfast at La Med or Club Lounge, and access to the beach club. You’ll also get a BHD20 spa voucher.

If you’re not in the mood for a staycation but don’t want to miss out, you can also get a 30-minute head and shoulder massage, or a manicure and a 15-minute marina seawater hydro bath for BHD25.

You can also get three- and four-course set menus from Cantina Kahlo, Thai, Primavera, La Med, Plums, La Plage, Nirvana, and Ritz Gourmet Lounge for BHD25.

Bernard de Villèle, the hotel’s general manager, said, “I have been working within the hotel industry for nearly four decades, and have come across many defining hotel properties, during my travels.

“The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain, is the iconic property in the Kingdom. “When you enter our lobby and close your eyes, you feel it. Your senses are enlivened by the memorable unique experiences created by our ladies and gentlemen.”
Prices vary. Nov 1-30. The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain (1758 6499).

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