The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain has some of the finest catering and conference facilities available in the Gulf, with a large selection of banquet rooms suitable for up to 500 guests at a time.
The 245-room resort offers more than 3,500 square meters of Bahrain conference, meeting, and banquet facilities, including a 940-square-meter ballroom, a second 858-square-meter ballroom, and four additional individual meeting rooms, each of which features stunning furnishings and the latest technology. In addition, this distinctive Bahrain conference centre features a spacious 1,428-square-meter Grand Foyer, which offers a marble-lined pre-function space that’s beautifully accented by panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows.
Both ballrooms are equipped with:
- Updated meeting room technology
- High-speed internet service, laptop access and multiple telephone lines
- Individual temperature controls
- Sound-proofed walls and partitions
- Luxurious conference seating
In addition to the hotel’s Bahrain meeting rooms, guests may also use the villas for small meetings (up to 12 people).
The hotel’s state-of-the-art Bahrain conference facilities are complemented by a team of certified Conference Services professionals, who are able to work in partnership with meeting planners to create a truly memorable event. A dedicated Conference Services manager works side by side with the organizer throughout every phase of the meeting to ensure the details of each event and make sure that meeting delegates are cared for as individual guests, rather than members of a group.
The hotel provides catering in Bahrain at the venue of your choice, whether it’s the privacy of your home or office or on-site at the outside Villa Gazebo and Island.
To help guests work productively throughout their stay, the Business Centre is conveniently located in the lobby next to the reception, and is staffed with competent professionals who are eager to help with technical assistance, equipment rental and secretarial services.
Bahrain is rapidly gaining popularity as a conference and incentive destination; the city offers traditional Arabic hospitality in a rediscovered oasis in the Gulf.