THE RITZ-CARLTON, BAHRAIN INVITES GUESTS TO CELEBRATE THE SPIRIT OF RAMADAN WITH UNFORGETTABLE FAMILY EXPERIENCES.

Dusk beckons the start of time-honored traditions at The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain as the holy month of Ramadan descends onto the island.


The five-star luxury lifestyle destination, in partnership with stc Bahrain, invites families, corporate groups, and couples alike to experience the month-long celebration like never before at the resort’s alfresco venues by the beach, with a combination of Thai and La Plage for individual bookings and Nikmati, dedicated for group bookings of up to 30 guests.

“This year’s Ramadan celebrations will focus on family traditions as the resort prepares for one of the most celebrated months of the year,” says Bernard de Villèle, General Manager. “As we continue to seek opportunities to elevate our guests’ experience, and consciously adapt to changes during this unique time, we are delighted to welcome everyone for an unforgettable Ramadan, ensuring an authentic and elegant atmosphere at our beachfront venues.”

stc Bahrain is the exclusive partner for the 2021 Ramadan festivities at The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain.

Eng. Nezar Banabeela, stc Bahrain CEO express his delight in partnering with The Ritz-Carlton saying: “The Holy month of Ramadan is a special time of the year, and time for families and friends to come together and celebrate its spirit and create unforgettable memories. As part of our culture at stc Bahrain, we want to continue our traditions in connecting families and friends while bringing joy and happiness to our community. He further added: On this special occasion, I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a blessed and happy Ramadan”.

Combining traditional and modern design for both Thai and La Plage, a number of decorative lanterns crafted specifically for the Holy Month will hang abundantly around the alfresco venues, providing a convivial atmosphere, just a few steps away from the stunning Arabian Gulf. Over the other side of the resort, the garden-themed Nikmati will be a sight to behold, whether for family Iftars or private office gatherings.

As the sun descends and the traditions of Ramadan begin, guests are welcomed to join the breaking of the fast, Iftar, from sunset to 8 p.m., for BHD 26, and the Ghabga dinner from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m, for BHD 29. Private booking under the stars starts from BHD 200 for up to 6 persons.

During the evening feasts, guests will enjoy nightly entertainment while indulging in the splendors of a culinary journey through the resort’s award-winning restaurants. A family-style sharing menu will be set up with aromatic dishes encompassing flavors of traditional Arabian cuisine, along with modern fare from the Eastern Mediterranean, Asia, and Mexico regions. New this year is a selection of specialty rice dishes from different parts of the world including Dum Biryani from India, Paella from Spain, Tahig from Iran, and Koshari from Egypt. Ramadan desserts and gourmet sweet delicacies served at the end of each meal will also satisfy the most discerning palates. A traditional ghawa Arabic coffee will be served with the Ritz-Carlton’s Ladies and Gentlemen welcoming guests to the festivities of the night. Shisha service will be available nightly from sunset to 2 a.m.

For guests wanting to celebrate the Holy Month amongst the resort’s turquoise water and sandy beach, the luxury property offers a Ramadan Family Package at BHD 750 net, which includes an overnight stay in one of the private seaside villas, Suhoor served in-villa by a dedicated lifestyle butler and Iftar or Ghabga for up to 6 persons.

Set within 20 acres of lush gardens and golden sandy beaches on the Gulf of Arabia, the 245-room five-star city resort is one of the most elegant destinations in Bahrain. A place where guests can immerse themselves in the local culture, enjoy extraordinary cuisine and explore the dazzling capital city of Manama.

For further information, CALL:  +973 1758 6499 / +973 1758 0000

Or visit: https://www.ritzcarlton.com/bahrain

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