This summer, Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay will transform from an urban resort to a complete island resort with the addition of The Four Seasons Beach.
Curving along the private island’s sun-drenched southern shore, the 160-metre (525-foot) expanse of pristine white sand is the ideal retreat for all the family. In addition to a dedicated play area where children can enjoy building sandcastles, parents and couples can look forward to a quieter zone, providing a tranquil haven to lounge in the sun, sip a cool drink or take in the city’s spectacular sunsets.
Richard Raab, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, said, “During our first three years, guests have been generous in their praise of Four Seasons, revelling in the many diversions we offer right here on our own private island in the city. When we asked what would make their experience more memorable, the answer was almost always the same: a beach. So we are delighted to now open the beach, which completes the hotel’s transition to a fully-fledged island resort.”
Since launching in March 2015, Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay has become a popular getaway for both business and leisure guests, owing to its striking design and extensive range of amenities, including restaurants by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, a tranquil Spa, and an expansive outdoor pool set amid lush landscaping and the glittering backdrop of the Manama skyline.
Visitors can also enjoy easy access to newly opened, The Avenues – Bahrain, the first commercial and entertainment mall of its kind in the kingdom offering an extensive array of shopping and leisure experiences. A regular water taxi service carries guests from the hotel to the mall in just three minutes.
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