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Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay now open

Rising dramatically above lushly landscaped lawns, gardens and pools, Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay is a striking symbol of the country’s growing luxury hospitality sector. Taking its place triumphantly on its own man-made island against the glittering backdrop of Manama, the all-new hotel has already emerged as a destination unto itself.

Following a series of star-studded opening ceremonies and parties, General Manager Greg Pirkle and his team of nearly 600 carefully chosen staff are now welcoming their first guests. At the Hotel’s inauguration ceremony on 1 March, His Excellency Sheikh Khalid Bin Abdullah Al-Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, predicted that with its monumental façade and expansive views of the Arabian Gulf, Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay would be a new landmark in the city, and offered his good wishes for success.

On hand to usher in Bahrain’s new era as a global culinary destination, internationally renowned celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck unveiled three concepts, including the acclaimed CUT and CUT Lounge, led by Executive Chef Ben Small; the new Moroccan-inspired BLUE MOON LOUNGE; and the first ever re / ASIAN CUISINE with Executive Chef Brian Becher at the helm. 

And if that isn’t enough to whet the appetite, Hotel Executive Chef Stefano Andreoli presents four more original dining options, including the poolside Vento and the chic Azure lounge.

“With the 2015 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix next month and a world of diversions for gourmands, ancient history buffs, cultural explorers, golfers, pearl divers, shoppers and those who just want to chill on the beach, now is the time to see for yourself why everyone is talking about Bahrain,” invites Hotel Manager Bob Suri.

For a limited time only, Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay is offering a special Introductory Rate, as well as the brand’s popular Bed and Breakfast option, both bookable online.

“We’ve been working the phones for months in preparation for our first arrivals,” says Khalil Al Yaman, who leads a team of seven multi-national concierges. “Now we are thrilled to welcome guests to Bahrain and introduce them to all this tiny but exciting destination offers.”

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