Elite Suites

Address: Building 141 Ave 28 , Manama, Bahrain | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Building 141 Ave 28 , Manama, is near Bahrain National Museum, Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park, and Beit Al Qur'an.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Manama

      Bahrain-Cute Island! But the start of the end!

      A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... so I told her I was totally respectful of that and put my hand to my heart and gave a slight bow. It was lovely. The best part was that Maryam said I am the most passionate visitor they’ve ever had. She said the guy from the day before bored them to death. She said my style makes them BOTH want to enroll. And again this reinforces that it’s about relationships, connection and a little bit of laughter. I am getting so much out of the cross-cultural connections and also ...

      A long four months

      A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Oct 29, 2014

      ... live in Saudi Arabia and most countries in the middle east without learning any Arabic at all, most signs are in English and most government officials speak English very well. I have enrolled in a course to try and get a basic ability, it is a bit embarrassing to have been here for 4 months and not be able to say more then hello and thank you.

      After initially being horrified by the landscape of beige on beige I have developed a new appreciation for little ...

      I know I haven't added an entry for a few weeks!!!

      A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Aug 29, 2014

      ... and sumac all ground together. I am totally in love with it spread like jam over hot flat bread with a little bit of oil. Its like pesto only better. The other thing that I have fallen for is Arabic coffee, or more correctly the Saudi version of arabic coffee.
      This is an art form and I have a feeling that a dallah (arabic coffee pot) will be joining the Vietnamese drip filter and the Greek percolator on ...

      Backpacking in Bahrain

      A travel blog entry by oneofthefools on Feb 19, 2013

      8 photos

      ... the road, or for two lanes of traffic to continually have to give way for the other car to go around the pile of debris which would completely block one lane. Black flags with red Arabic lettering started appearing dug into the ground along side the road. I didn't need to know Arabic to understand their meaning. That is when I slowly sunk down in my seat to keep a slightly lower profile. Eventually our driver navigated us to come out on the other side of the ...

      Jet Lag!

      A travel blog entry by baliblisters on Feb 21, 2012

      ... a seven hour wait
      in Bahrain. Neither of us had flown Gulf Air before but were very
      impressed, friendly, attentive staff, loads of free food and drinks,
      really nice meals (especially the Business Class veggie meal they
      managed to find me when no others were left) and a great selection of
      in-flight entertainment. The first flight flew (oh ho ho) by. Light
      entertainment was provided by the fact that I was sat next to a man
      who ...