Campbell Gray Hotel has made its debut in the GCC with the opening of its boutique hotel, The Merchant House, in Bahrain.
The property is the first boutique hotel in Bahrain to be awarded a five-star rating.
The luxurious 46-suite hotel, located at 150 Government Avenue, Manama, is an exciting newcomer to the bustling Bab Al Bahrain Souk area and a unique addition to Bahrain’s hotel scene.
As usual, being a Campbell Gray Hotel, the design is original and exciting with many pieces having been specially designed and commissioned for the hotel. It also benefits from a striking art collection and a beautiful library, which has been curated especially for The Merchant House.
The art collection has been carefully put together over the last few years and consists of very well established and up and coming Bahraini artists as well as international and celebrated artists.
When entering the hotel, one of the first things to be seen is the dramatic graffiti pillar and the concrete columns in the lobby as a backdrop to the first sight of the art collection. Adjoining the lobby is the open all day Café Gray.
On the mezzanine floor overlooking the lobby is the hotel’s stunning Library with its carefully curated collection of almost 1,000 books. There is also a small meeting room.
On the eighth floor, guests will find Indigo restaurant and bar with its beautiful outdoor garden terrace.
There is also an emerald green rooftop pool and adjoining gym, and the signature PureGray Spa.
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