The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain to support global breast cancer awareness month

Dining events and spa treatments in October will support Breast Cancer Awareness initiatives in partnership with Think Pink Bahrain

Ritz-Carlton Bahrain will mark breast cancer awarenes month with several activations
Ritz-Carlton Bahrain will mark breast cancer awarenes month with several activations

This October, The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain will mark the global solidarity movement for breast cancer awareness. Throughout the month, guests can enjoy a variety of special experiences, including pink-themed dining menus at Primavera and Plums, afternoon tea and pink pastries at Lobby Lounge and Ritz-Gourmet, special pink-inspired spa enhancements and the Pink Island Party on October 17 featuring headliner DJ Ersan Erguner.

The global initiative serves as a reminder for individuals to preventively get themselves checked and to continue raising funds for research and cure of the illness. A portion of the total sales from all pink-themed events will be donated to the local charity organisation, Think Pink Bahrain.

Commenting on the occasion, director of sales and marketing Jeremy Canivet said: “We are delighted to continue our support to local charity partner Think Pink Bahrain for the fifth consecutive year. Aligning with our corporate social responsibility Community Footprints program, these annual events not only showcase solidarity across the Kingdom, but most importantly our guests can enjoy unique experiences while supporting a global cause.”

Following the annual Pink Island Party on October 17, the month continues with a variety of events for guests to join in including, the Pink Brunch at La Med in partnership with Asia Jewellers on October 18, a special pink menu in Primavera by Chef Delfino Sanfilippo Chiarello as well as Plums by chef Mohammed Abdou and pink-colored desserts by executive pastry chef Jonathan Challenor at the Ritz Gourmet Lounge and Lobby Lounge. The Ritz-Carlton Spa also treats guests to an ESPA pink hair mask enhancement and many more choices as part of their 90-minute treatment throughout the month.

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