The property, easily among the best hotels in the world, boasts a high-calibre line-up of culinary masters.
Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay has opened on its own man-made island with a promise of turning the place into a global dining destination led by a star-studded team of chefs.
The property, easily among the best hotels in the world, boasts a high-calibre line-up of culinary masters among them Chef Wolfgang Puck, a name associate with excellent fine dining; Executive Chef Brian Becher and Chef Ben Small.
Chef Wolfgang has unveiled three concepts: Cut, Re Asian Cuisine and the Moroccan-inspired Blue Moon Lounge while Chef Brian has presented four more original dining choices among them, the poolside Vente and the chic Azure Lounge.
Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, who’s opening on March 1, 2015 was graced by the deputy prime minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, H.E. Sheikh Khalid Bin Abdullah Al-Khalifa, is an iconic 273-key skyscraper with suites on resort-like facilities.
It also has one of the hotel brand’s biggest spas globally with garden buildings and 17 rooms offering the finest therapies including the “Ratnakara Rituals” by ila, and the luxe oud by Sodashi.
There also are two fully-equipped gyms – one strictly for women; the other for both genders.
Moreover, Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay has five different swimming pools ranging from one reserved for children, to the Azure Pool which becomes a unique cocktail lounge at night; the Infinity Pool that “spills” into the bay; an indoor spa pool and the “Saltwater Experience,” an enclosed area with water from the bay.
The hotel, best for people wanting fun activities on their adventure holidays, likewise has a range of indoor and outdoor function areas among them a unique wedding venue.
The Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay is anticipated to be Bahrain landmark owing to its grandiose façade and sweeping views of the ocean and the city.
Four Seasons was founded in 1960.