Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Bahrain

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Bahrain has been selected especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Bahrain accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our range of serviced apartments in Bahrain are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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About Bahrain


Bahrain might be the third smallest country in Asia – the largest island is just 30 miles long and 10 miles wide – but there’s still a lot to do here. It’s been described as the Middle East’s hidden gem, and many people who have visited describe it as a more relaxed alternative to Dubai.

About Bahrain

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Bahrain?

Finding the right accommodation is a vital part of any business trip. Many businesspeople, however, find staying in hotels underwhelming, significantly affecting the overall experience. However, a serviced apartment in Bahrain could be the answer for corporate travellers.

Facilities in our long and short-term accommodation in Bahrain include fully- equipped kitchens, washing machines, spacious dining and living rooms, homely bedrooms, free wi-fi, even swimming pool, steam room, on-site housekeeping, and laundry services.

Situ’s serviced apartments in Bahrain are a genuine ‘home-from-home’, where business travellers can live and work self-sufficiently and independently. In fact, you’ll get as much space and tranquillity here as from luxury apartments in Bahrain.


Where is Bahrain?

Bahrain is a small island nation in the Persian Gulf, around 15 miles off the coasts of Qatar and Saudi Arabia. In all, around 50 natural islands and 30 artificial islands make up Bahrain, but only six of these islands are inhabited. Bahrain Island has most of the country's land and people, with 1.7 million inhabitants. 

The capital, Manama, is in the north-east of the main island. The second largest city, Riffa, is 11 miles south-west of Manama, Bahrain. Muharraq is the third biggest city, located three miles northeast of the capital. It is on a different island, connected to Manama by the Shaikh Hamad Causeway. 

An estimated 50% of Bahrain’s residents were born outside of the country, so while the official language here is Arabic; English, Farsi, and Urdu are also widely spoken. The currency in Bahrain is the dinar, with 100 fils making up one dinar. 

You can fly to Bahrain via Bahrain International Airport from many cities around the world.


Business in Bahrain

Like many other Middle Eastern countries, much of Bahrain’s wealth comes from its oil reserves. Other significant industries in the country include banking and insurance, tourism and hospitality, metal smelting (especially aluminium and iron), and construction. Fast-growing business sectors include information technology, healthcare, and telecommunications. 

Some of the many international companies with a presence in Bahrain are Ritz Hotels, KPMG, EY, Huawei, Cisco, Unilever, and American Express.


Things to Do in Bahrain

 Many Middle Eastern countries have spectacular mosques you can visit, and Bahrain is no exception. The largest is Al Fateh Grand Mosque in the Manama suburb of Al Juffair, and this eye-catching marble building claims to have the largest fibreglass dome in the world.

Bahrain is now an established destination on the Formula One circuit. The Grand Prix usually takes place in March.

Apart from visiting Bahrain National Museum, Bahrain is a great place for getting a truly unique gift for your loved ones. Manama's Old Town Souq is a maze of narrow paths. Al Jasra, on the west coast, is known for its arts and crafts centre. The beaches here provide fantastic opportunities for water sports such as kayaking and paddleboarding. In some places, you can even go pearl diving. 

For the best in authentic traditional Bahraini cuisine, head to Abu Saiba to the west of the capital. Otherwise, take your pick from the many international restaurants in the country.



By Air

Bahrain International Airport, located on Muharraq Island, is just six miles north-east of the capital.
From here, you can fly to and from around 40 cities. Airports with direct flights to Bahrain include London, Riyadh, Dubai, Istanbul, Cairo, Karachi, New Delhi, Mumbai, Frankfurt, Moscow, Singapore, and Bangkok.

By Rail

There are plans to open a Metro system connecting Manama with other northern parts of the main island and with Muharraq. The country also hopes to establish rail links to Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

By Bus

The Bahrain Public Transport Company operates 29 bus routes in the busiest areas of Bahrain. These areas include Muharraq Island and the northern part of Bahrain Island.

A main route connects the airport with Isa Town, passing through Manama and Muharraq city centres. It is a very frequent service. The capital also has frequent services to Dragon City, Budaiya, Riffa, and Mina Salman.

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