Ramada Amwaj Island to open in Bahraini capital Manama

Wyndham Hotel Group signed the 162-room Ramada Hotel & Suites Amwaj Island in Bahrain.

The signing adds to the company's existing pipeline of managed hotels across the Middle East, which includes three further openings in Bahrain, along with properties in the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. In total, two in every three deals in Wyndham Hotel Group's Middle Eastern pipeline are now planned to open under management contracts.

Upon opening in September this year, Ramada Hotel & Suites Amwaj Island will offer 162 guestrooms ranging from superior rooms to three-bedroom suites. Within walking distance from Amwaj Marina and the Amwaj Lagoon, the hotel is expected to include several food and beverage outlets including an all-day-dining restaurant and lobby café, as well as the city's first Moroccan fine dining outlet, which will be situated on a rooftop terrace offering views of the Arabian Sea.

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Flexible meeting space at the hotel will accommodate up to 175 people theater-style, while leisure facilities will include a gymnasium, a spa, a swimming pool and an indoor Jacuzzi with a sauna and steam rooms.

The hotel is owned by Mannai Holding S.P.C.

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