Gulf Gate Hotel Bahrain (Manama)
Gulf Gate Hotel Bahrain

country: Bahrain, city: Manama (City Centre)

Gulf Gate Hotel Bahrain Gulf Gate Hotel BahrainThe Gulf Gate Hotel is ideally located in central Manama, the commercial centre of Bahrain. A mere 10 minutes drive from Bahrain International Airport, the hotel is just 2 minutes walk from the main souk and shopping centres. Gulf Gate Hotel With its charming Arabic elegance offers 125 rooms & suites most with the panoramic view of the Arabian Gulf. All rooms are beautifully designed and impeccably appointed.
During the evenings, witness world-class entertainment of dance and music at the nightclubs and discotheques with artists from all over the world. Open 24 hours a day, is the Al Qabawa Coffee Shop serves a wide variety of food and beverages. An ideal place to relax and meet friends and business associates, is the games room with pool tables and a bar that serves a large variety of beverages and snacks.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Banquet facilities
Business centre
Cafe
Conference facilities
Gymnasium
Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Lobby
Reception
Restaurant
Sauna
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Internet access
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Telephone

Extra Information:
Distance to international airport:|6 km
Distance to bus stop:|10 min walk

Address:
Manama


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