The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain launches conference, exhibition facility

The conference and exhibition facility will offer a space for events in partnership with Maestra Group

The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain launches the Arena
The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain launches the Arena

The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain has announced the debut of its Arena in partnership with technical, scenic and design specialist brand, Maestra Group.

The 43,000 square foot, state-of-the-art conference and exhibition facility includes capabilities to host global conferences, large receptions, award ceremonies, weddings as well as meetings.

Overlooking the Arabian Gulf the property’s new launch offers the amenities of a modern, fast-moving business hub and hotel. The Arena facility adds to the resort’s existing MICE offerings, which includes two boardrooms, two grand ballrooms and meeting spaces.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain’s general manager, Bernard de Villèle said: “As Bahrain becomes a global destination for premiere conferences and events in the region, it’s our pleasure to partner with Maestra and unveil a new conference facility complemented with our signature Ritz-Carlton brand service we’re known for globally. With modern interiors and high-tech capabilities, The Arena stands to be one of the sought-after venues in the region and a perfect addition to the resorts all-ready existing portfolio.”

Overseen by award-winning design, technical and scenic production specialist, Maestra Group, the venue boasts a capacity of 4,200 people capable of hosting a variety of events from banquet receptions to global conferences.

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