InterContinental Regency Bahrain

Corporate clients will rule but families can consider

Time Out Says

The Regency InterCon reinforces that old adage: don’t judge a book by its cover. Although you’ll have to ignore both its external and internal appearance; the melancholic brown building would be better suited to housing students on the outskirts of London, while the clashing psychedelic bedroom interiors will play havoc with your eyes. Focus instead on the first-rate facilities; The well-maintained pool, squash courts, separate gyms for women and men, and massage and aromatherapy services, are the draw cards here. As the hotel is geared towards the hurried business traveller, each room has a specific check-in and check-out area, while the efficient business centre and meeting room ensures your administrative work ticks over smoothly. The hotel is also child friendly, as there’s a kids’ club and pool, and kiddies also get to eat for free.

By Time Out Bahrain staff  | 12 Jan 2009

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Details

Facilities24-hour front desk, Ballroom, Family rooms, Garden
Types5 star
Show number 17 227 777
Manama, Central Business District, Building No 130, Road 1507, King Faisal Highway, Bahrain

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