Situated on the north coast of Bahrain, this 7-Story, 245 room hotel is located on 20 acres of private beachfront swept around a picturesque lagoon. The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain is only 11 km from the Airport, 3 km from Manama City Center, and just across the road from the Bahrain International Exhibition Center. Within Bahrain’s capital, Manama, this luxury resort offers a secluded slice of paradise. Set along the bay in Seef, with a private lagoon and island, the resort provides guests with one temptation after another. Dining spans the globe, from Italy to India, the spa fuses traditional therapies and modern-day relaxation, and beach time can transform into an afternoon of golf or tennis.
The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain boasts 600 meters of secluded white sandy beach and a unique private island, extensive fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, Hammam, saunas, in-door squash court, and 4 tennis courts. The hotel also has an exclusive Spa for ladies and offers, as well, treatments for gentlemen.
Guests can design their perfect Gulf resort retreat with: Sea-inspired spa for ladies and gentlemen featuring a hammam with four plunge pools, a couple’s suite, and signature treatments drawing from Arabic rituals. 11 dining venues including the handsomely elegant Plums steakhouse, the vibrant Cantina Kahlo, the outdoor La Plage and the Indian restaurant Nirvana. Complete meeting destination with venues including ballrooms and intimate villas, team-building programs, catering and planning services. Members-only Royal Beach Club with tennis and squash courts, a fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, and kid-friendly activities. Royal Golf Club with an 18-hole, par 72 championship course that blends links and dessert styles. Guest room, suite, and villa accommodations, including those on the Club Level with access to the exclusive lounge and additional services and amenities.
Rooms & Suites - Spacious layouts, modern design, deep soaking tubs, and resort, garden, or sea views are among the features found in these luxury accommodations. Guests on the Club Level enjoy additional services and amenities, and the Villa includes a private pool and beach.
Dining - The 12 restaurants and lounges at The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain in Manama draw on tradition, design, and setting to create distinct experiences. One draws from the modern Mexican art scene to create a vibrant space, while another complements a sea view with Arabian-Mediterranean cuisine. ''La Table Krug By Y" - This season, an all-new dining experience by Executive Chef Yann Bernard Lejard unveils itself. With every bite, a ‘rough luxury cuisine d’author’ experience unfolds for a sensory journey of pure levitation, in partnership with KRUG, the finest champagne in the world. "Plums'' - Drawing discerning palates and the design-savvy alike, this modern steakhouse offers dishes as rich as the décor itself. Premium cuts of meat and fresh seafood are the specialties. "Cantina Kahlo'' - Discover an authentic Mexican restaurant with décor inspired by Mexico’s vibrant art scene. Enjoy an exceptional cuisine with traditional dishes paired with an impressive variety of craft beverages.
"Primavera'' - Led by consulting chef Oliver Glowig, this modern Italian trattoria focuses on local, seasonal ingredients and reinterpretations of classic dishes. ''La Med'' - The interior of this restaurant, swathed in white and blue, reflects its view over the turquoise waters of the Gulf. Offerings include extravagant buffets, tapas-style plates, and a weekly brunch. ''Nirvana'' - Reflecting the decadent décor of India’s palaces, this fine dining restaurant offers authentic dishes, including kebabs and grilled seafood, accompanied by live traditional music. "'Lobby Lounge'' - Elegantly decorated and flooded with natural light, this comfortable lounge welcomes guests throughout the day with healthy breakfast items, Afternoon Tea, light bites, and classical live music. "Ritz Gourmet Lounge'' - Inspired by hospitality pioneers Cesar Ritz and August Escoffier, this elegant restaurant features Belle Époque décor, signature desserts, fine coffees, and a terrace for shisha.
''Thai'' - This aptly named restaurant, between the beach and pool, offers Thai-influenced cuisine and mixed beverages highlighting typical Thai fruits. Most evenings feature a live DJ. "Burlington Club''- Reflecting the sophistication of a classic gentlemen’s club, this cozy bar features a freestanding humidor with premium cigars and a cellar with fine cognacs and wines. ''La Plage'' - Light fare featuring Arabian and Mediterranean flavors, smoothies, frozen cocktails, and mocktails are offered at this beachfront restaurant overlooking the Gulf. ''Nikmati'' - Capture the casual cool of beachside dining and the full-bodied Indonesian cuisine flavors at Nikmati.
The Spa - Minerals from the Dead Sea, thalassotherapy and plunge pools are among the water-inspired elements at this luxury spa in Bahrain. From the Herbal Poultice Massage to the Secrets of Argan's journey, treatments also draw on Arabian history rituals. Complementing the Bahrain hotel's spa menu, which includes facials, massages, and body treatments, is a setting that inspires the mind to calm with a traditional hammam, atrium pool, and relaxation areas for ladies and gentlemen.
Area & Recreation - The Kingdom of Bahrain (Mamlakah al-Bahrain in Arabic) is an independent country in western Asia, comprised of 33 islands on the Arabian Gulf's western side. It is also the smallest Arab nation in the entire Middle East. The main island, also called Bahrain, lies 24 km (15 mi) east of Saudi Arabia and 29 km (18 miles) west of Qatar. Manama's capital and largest city is home to many luxurious beach resorts, including The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain, the perfect place to explore this mesmerizing country. Set within lushly landscaped gardens and sandy beaches steps from the sea, the Bahrain beach resort is a place where guests can immerse themselves in the local culture and return to a tranquil retreat with unforgettable memories of the day’s adventures.
Bahrain entered recorded history about 5,000 years ago as a commercial trading center. The Al-Khalifa family, originating from the central Arabian Peninsula, established themselves as Bahrain's rulers in 1783 and has ruled ever since. A series of treaties in the 19th century gave Britain control over Bahrain's defense and foreign affairs. Dominant British influence lasted until Bahrain became independent in 1971. The official language of Bahrain is Arabic since it is predominantly a Muslim country. However, English is also a widely spoken language here. For additional Bahrain tourist information, including popular sights and attractions, please consult other sections of this website or contact the Concierge upon your arrival.