Hotels in Bahrain

An island nation in the Persian Gulf, Bahrain welcomes visitors to explore its unique culture. Visit the Al-Fatih Mosque and Amwaj Islands during your stay.

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Building 864, Road 2414, Block 324, Al Fateh Manama, Bahrain 76151
Full service hotel apartments conveniently located in Manama, Bahrain.
Why Marriott Executive Apartments
Elevated Serviced Apartments | Full Kitchens | 24/7 Security
Why Marriott Executive Apartments
Building 894, Road 2414, Block 324, Al Fateh Manama, Bahrain 76151
The luxury of a hotel meets the comfort of home.
Why Residence Inn
Suites with Full Kitchens | Outdoor Living Spaces | Free Hot Breakfast
Why Residence Inn
Building 173, Road 2803, Al Seef, Block 428 Manama, Bahrain
Within Bahrain’s capital, Manama, this luxury resort offers a secluded slice of paradise.
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Highway, Al Seef Manama, Bahrain
This contemporarily designed hotel is connected to the shopper's paradise of Bahrain City Centre.
Why Le Méridien
Chic Design | Illy coffee | Sparkling Cocktails | European Heritage
Why Le Méridien
Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Highway, Al Seef District Manama, Bahrain
The Westin City Centre Bahrain is the first-ever Westin Hotel to grace the island of Bahrain.
Why Westin Hotels & Resorts
Wellness Offerings | Heavenly Bed | Eat Well Menu | WestinWORKOUT
Why Westin Hotels & Resorts


In a country whose Arabic name means “two seas,” referring to fresh and salt water, visitors are sure to discover more duality in the kingdom of Bahrain, a Persian Gulf island nation that boasts a prehistoric heritage and a contemporary sensibility.

Travelers wishing to explore regional history can find it close to their Bahrain hotel with a visit to the Qulat Al Bahrain site, capital of the ancient Silmun civilization. A visit to Al Fatih Mosque gives visitors a glimpse into religious life in Bahrain. Also known as the Great Mosque, it is the largest in the country.

Guests at our Bahrain accommodations can jump back into the 21st century with Formula One action at Bahrain International Circuit, splash time at water parks or a visit to the National Museum.

Bahrain is a Muslim country and, though conservative, is considered more open than its neighbors. The relaxed capital, Manama, has luxury shopping, traditional souq markets and scores of international restaurants, not to mention a Bahraini staple: coffee shops offering cardamom-infused brew and bubbling water pipes. Travelers can also head out from their Bahrain hotel to visit the solitary Tree of Life in the desert, view historic burial mounds or take a water taxi to Al Dar Island for snorkeling and pearl diving.

So whether guests want to witness traditional dhow boat building or sample the city nightlife, it’s all possible in Bahrain.