25 MARCH 2013

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Article from BTNews 25 MARCH 2013

Bahrain Rotana

Rotana, which claims to be the leading hotel management company in the Middle East and Africa, has opened its first property in Bahrain, Majestic Arjaan by Rotana.

The new property is conveniently located in the Busaiteen district on the island of Muharraq, only a few minutes from the city of Manama.  With the opening of this hotel, Rotana now operates 11 properties under the ‘Arjaan Hotel Apartments by Rotana’ brand.

Majestic Arjaan by Rotana has been developed with both short- and long-term guests in mind.  The hotel offers 128 suites, which are designed in a modern style, consisting of spacious studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.

The hotel features the latest high-tech facilities including fully-equipped meeting rooms with the most up-to-date audio-visual equipment.  It also gives guests a chance to wind down and relax at any of the numerous leisure facilities including a fully-fledged fitness centre, with steam and sauna rooms. www.rotana.com/majesticarjaanbyrotana

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