This Ramadan, guests at Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay will experience a true oriental ambiance offering unrivalled Four Seasons service and hospitality at the Arabesque-themed Ramadan Tent.
As the second Ramadan since the hotel o
The Middle East’s first UFC Gym has been launched at Business Bay in Dubai, UAE. It is being promoted by Bay Square, a mixed-use project developed and managed by Dubai Properties.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Gym is a
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has signed a management agreement with Richreit Real Estate Development for one of its most high-profile projects yet in Dubai’s sought-after Business Bay district.
The 40-floor Möven
Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay has been recognised as the best five-star hotel in the GCC by the Food and Travel 2016 GCC Awards.
The awards are given based on the results of panelist evaluation by Food and Travel Arabia.
Details on four new projects within the $2.5-billion Bahrain Bay, a waterfront real estate development in Manama, Bahrain, will be revealed during an event on February 25, the company’s chief executive Gagan Suri has said in a repor
A new expansion to the Bahrain Bay area was given the go-ahead yesterday (February 3). The Capital Trustees Board voted to classify newly reclaimed land as a special project, allowing developers behind it to implement multi-purpose, multi-mill
GFH Financial Group and Tunis Bay Development Company (TBDC) boards met with Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi as part of his official visit to Bahrain recently.
During the meeting, Shaikh Mohamed Ben Duay A
Bin Faqeeh Real Estate Investment Company has announced it is developing a new residential complex at the Bahrain Bay Development, a $2.5 billion waterfront real estate project in Bahrain. The company said it has purchased three land parcels f
Guests of the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay can now travel in style following the recent partnership between the kingdom’s upscale hotel and Bentley Bahrain, a leading luxury automobile company.
A simple pairing of extravagance w
Tubli Bay in Bahrain will become little more than a fetid swamp within the next five years if illegal land reclamation continues unabated.
This was the stark warning issued by Manama Municipal Council yesterday (November 26) in it