Gulf Hotel Bahrain

Address: Al Fateh Avenue, Manama, Bahrain | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Al Fateh Avenue, Manama, is near Bahrain National Museum, Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park, and Beit Al Qur'an.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Gulf Hotel Bahrain Manama

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Manama

    One year anniversary

    A travel blog entry by jenisonajourney on Jun 25, 2015

    ... I have taken opportunities when they arise. It is difficult to get around to much as a single women, but I maybe making excuses because I am also still uncomfortable in such a male dominated environment.

    Before I leave I would like to do a trip to Mada'in Salah so I am going to start planning that and see who I can find ...

    Arab-ish

    A travel blog entry by kermitthefrog on Apr 17, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... stream of Muslims as terrorists and villains pollutes your mind. It bothered me while I was there that I was bothered. Yet, as a woman there are aspects of orthodox Islam that trouble me...so maybe it's a more complicated issue.

    The flight to Bangkok was largely uneventful. I sat next to a very chatty Englishman from Bath who was setting out to backpack with a bag smaller than I took to school and wearing skinny jeans. I feel as though he regretted ...

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

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

    22 photos

    ... and had a sense of humor that could match any American comic. And she just GOT IT! I spent way too much time there, I know. But the conversation led to places where we discussed politics, comparative religion, discrimination and racism. I felt good explaining that I went into higher education as a career so that I could avoid most of that and at least dialogue about the real issues. At the end, I shook her hand, asked Ala if I could shake hers—she said that she can’t ...

    Backpacking in Bahrain

    A travel blog entry by oneofthefools on Feb 19, 2013

    8 photos

    ... until it found it's way back t the highway that we came in on, only to take the round-a-bout to the other side and enter the other section of the map highlighted in red. This side was different.

    Remember in Black Hawk Down, how the locals built road blocks in the streets? The streets here were filled with make shift roadblocks, not to block the road completely, but to make it impossible to drive quickly. The blocks forced a single car to continually ...

    Bahrain

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 02, 2012

    6 photos

    ... out here and there is a lot of garbage, which I think is sad. There are oil wells everywhere out here and some of them spring flames from them. We got to see the first oil well in Bahrain (not currently working). This well actually started before Bahrain became a country. Bahrain draws a lot of its money from foreign investors and oil and is actually quite an impressive country for only having sand and oil. The Bahrain Grand ...