Heritage hotel set to open on Bahrain Pearling Path

The iconic Fathallah House has been renovated in the hopes it will bring more visitors to Muharraq

Heritage hotel set to open on Bahrain Pearling Path

The first heritage hotel along the Bahrain Pearling Path in Muharraq is set to open next month.

Developers have restored and renovated the iconic Fathallah House, and its courtyard, in the hopes that it will attract more visitors to the former capital of the Kingdom.

Nuzul Al Salam, or the peace hotel, is being run by the Shaikh Ebrahim Centre for Culture and Research.

The project was partially funded by the UAE as part of initiatives during the Year of Zayed which commemorate Zayed bin Sultan Al Nehyan’s role in strengthening relations between the two countries.

Fathallah House lies alongside the UNESCO world heritage site “Pearling, Testimony of an Island Economy”, also known as the pearling path.
Starting at Bu Maher Fort in the south of the island, the path takes visitors to sites formerly used by pearling traders such as warehouses and their homes.

There are also three oyster beds on the trail.

The path, which is due to be completed next year, was granted UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012.

You will be able to book rooms at Nuzul Al Salam through the Shaikh Ebrahim Centre for Culture and Research’s website here in the coming few weeks.

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