World's largest Wyndham Garden Hotel opens in Bahrain

The 441-key property is the largest Wyndham Garden hotel in the world

Wyndham Garden Manama.
Wyndham Garden Manama.

Wyndham Hotel Group has launched Wyndham Garden Manama in Bahrain. The 441-key property is the largest Wyndham Garden hotel in the world.  The hotel features leisure facilities including a spa, a beauty centre and salon, a fitness centre with Jacuzzi, and separate steam rooms for gents and ladies.   Located in Juffair and just a 10-minute drive from Bahrain International Airport, the new hotel also offers easy access to the upcoming Oasis Mall in Juffair, the Al Fateh Grand Mosque, as well as many other leisure activities the Kingdom has to offer.  Wyndham Garden Manama has a number of F&B outlets. Jashan features traditional Indian cuisine, its all-day dining outlet Café Mosaic offers a wide selection of international dishes prepared at live cooking stations, and Trattoria is its signature Italian outlet. Via Brasil is a Brazilian style all-you-can-eat barbeque restaurant, will feature meat cuts prepared in a traditional ‘Churrasco’ style and served by the restaurant’s ‘Passadores’ (meat waiters). Other outlets include the Players Lounge, a causal gastropub with large screen to catch sporting events from around the world, as well as Terrasse@28, a rooftop bar serving Belgian and German delicacies in a friendly environment, and the Deli Shop, the ideal place to grab a quick drink or meal on the go.   Wyndham Garden Manama also has 171 square metres of event space, including three meeting rooms for up to 180 conference or 200 banquet guests, a dedicated business centre and a VIP Club Lounge.  

Wyndham Hotel Group has a management contract with the property owner Mannai Properties, a subsidiary of Mannai Holding S.P.C., a regional conglomerate.
 
“We are pleased to expand our hotel portfolio with Wyndham Hotel Group with this landmark property in Juffair and we look forward to a long-term relationship,” said Salim Ahmed Mannai, chairman of Mannai Holding S.P.C. 
 
“Wyndham Garden is a brand designed to help guests travel at ease. We are delighted to introduce this exciting brand to Bahrain - the largest Wyndham Garden hotel in the world – by growing our established and important partnership with Mannai Properties. The hotel delivers significant value for guests without compromising on any lifestyle amenity they need for a hassle-free and relaxing stay and is a great addition to our offering in the market. With plans to introduce the brand in more destinations, including Dammam in Saudi Arabia, and Ajman in UAE, Wyndham Garden perfectly complements our growing portfolio of hotels in the wider region”, said Ignace Bauwens, regional vice president, Middle East and Africa for Wyndham Hotel Group. 
 
“This is our second property under the contract with Wyndham Hotel Group and along with Ramada Hotel & Suites Amwaj Islands, this new addition sits well within our strategy of targeting family-oriented travellers,” said Anil Nair, chief Eexecutive officer of Mannai Holding S.P.C. 
 
“Wyndham Garden Manama provides flexible accommodation to suit any traveller’s needs. With a wide range of rooms and suites, fantastic food and beverage choices, top leisure facilities, and its outstanding location, the hotel brings a carefree convenience and peace of mind to both business and leisure travellers visiting Bahrain,” said Mukul Mehta, cluster general manager for Wyndham Garden Manama.  


 

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