Gulf Hotel to build new restaurant
Manama, February 12, 2009
Bahrain's Gulf Hotel has announced the construction of its ninth fine-dining establishment, a 112-seat Mexican restaurant expected to cost up to BD650,000 ($1.7 million).
The restaurant, which is scheduled to open in July, will also feature an adjacent cafe seating 50 people due to open in October.
Gulf Hotels Group chief executive officer Aqeel Raees sealed the agreement with developers World Decor during a ceremony at the hotel.
The announcement follows the complete refurbishment of the Men's Health Club and the ongoing construction of executive offices and a 600 bay multistory car park estimated to cost approximately BD8.5 million.-TradeArabia News Service
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