Hilton to launch region's first Conrad-branded residences in Bahrain
Conrad Residences Bahrain Financial Harbour is set to open in Manama in 2022
Hilton has revealed plans to bring its Conrad brand to Bahrain for the first time.
Conrad Residences Bahrain Financial Harbour is set to open in Manama’s mixed-use First Energy Bank Tower in 2022. It will be the first fully residential luxury development for Conrad in the Middle East.
“We are delighted to debut Conrad Hotels & Resorts in Bahrain with this outstanding new property,” said Carlos Khneisser, vice president of development, Middle East and Africa, Hilton Worldwide. “We see significant opportunity in branded luxury residences for our world-class hospitality brands.
“Whether planning a long- or short-term stay, guests can look forward to enjoying unparalleled service standards and state-of-the-art amenities at this exclusive Conrad property.”
Conrad Residences Bahrain Financial Harbour will feature 98 serviced apartments, located close to some of Manama’s most sought-after waterfront leisure and business destinations, including Harbour Towers, Financial Centre, The Avenues Mall, Bahrain Bay and Reef Island.
The property will offer unobstructed views of the Arabian Gulf from its elevated location, as well as a number of culinary options, including an all-day restaurant, pool lounge grill and lobby cafe. The hotel will also be home to a gym, outdoor pool and boardroom.
“I am thrilled that we will be establishing a presence in Manama with Conrad’s first all-residential property in the Middle East. Providing a host of both leisure and business opportunities amidst the beautiful backdrop of the Arabian Gulf, Bahrain Financial Harbour is the ideal setting in which to debut Conrad’s modern yet stylish residential offering,” said Nils-Arne Schroeder, global brand head, Conrad Hotels & Resorts.
“Conrad properties around the world are known for their seamless connection between contemporary design, inspiring destinations and leading innovation – and this property will be no exception.”
Updated: January 13, 2021 06:50 PM