Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay to make a splash with new waterpark

Set to open later this month

It shall also sport a 1,200-litre tipping bucket across the expansive anti-slip area.
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It shall also sport a 1,200-litre tipping bucket across the expansive anti-slip area.

A waterpark is set to open later this month on the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay resort island.

The waterpark will join the hotel’s recently-opened beach area, boasting more than 70 different features and 30 interactive play areas.

It shall also sport a 1,200-litre tipping bucket across the expansive anti-slip area.

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The resort also features five swimming pools, including one specifically for kids, as well as two gyms, a music room, photography room, and the capacity to hold weddings.

The 68-storey, 273-key property is situated on its own private island. The property first opened in 2015 and has since been improving itself since to enhance its island-like atmosphere.

Richard Raab, general manager of Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, says, “With the opening of our beach last year, we completed the hotel’s transition to a fully-fledged island resort. Now, we are taking the guest experience to the next level with the introduction of our new waterpark. This exciting facility promises to further enhance Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay’s reputation as Manama’s number one destination for leisure travellers. We look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy this fun-filled attraction and create unforgettable memories with family and friends.”

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