Hakkasan to open restaurant in One&Only Bahrain

Kerzner International Holdings Limited and Sevens Holding sign a Hakkasan restaurant at the One&Only resort in Seef, Bahrain

Nick McCabe, Hakkasan Group
Nick McCabe, Hakkasan Group

Hakkasan Group has partnered with Kerzner International Holdings Limited and Sevens Holding to open a Hakkasan restaurant at the One&Only resort opening in Seef, Bahrain.

“We are very pleased to be welcoming Hakkasan to One&Only Bahrain and know our guests will truly appreciate being able to enjoy this world-class experience,” said Mark DeCocinis, president and COO, One&Only Resorts.

“Hakkasan is the perfect fit for appealing to the desires of our discerning global guests who expect a variety of only the best dining experiences.”

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Located on the resort’s private beachfront, Hakkasan at One&Only Bahrain will be overseen by Michelin-starred international executive chef, Ho Chee Boon.

“We are delighted to be partnering with One&Only in Bahrain to open our 12th Hakkasan restaurant,” said Hakkasan Group president Nick McCabe. “One&Only shares many of the same philosophies that we hold such as providing unrivalled and memorable experiences to guests, which we look forward to introducing with Hakkasan to One&Only Bahrain.”

Sevens Holding CEO Mohamed Al Kayed said: "We are committed to having the best partners internationally, regionally and locally to provide the best experiences for guests of One&Only Bahrain.”

The property will have approximately 175 luxurious guest rooms, suites and villas, along with dining and retail options. It will be located in Seef, on the northwestern coast of Bahrain, and offers easy accessibility to the rest of Bahrain, as well as Saudi Arabia through the King Fahd Causeway.

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