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Swiss-Belhotel to debut in Bahrain

by Malcolm Dias on Jun 24, 2017


Laurent A. Voivenel (second left) and Mohamed Lari signing the agreement in Bahrain.
Laurent A. Voivenel (second left) and Mohamed Lari signing the agreement in Bahrain.

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Global hospitality group Swiss-Belhotel International (SBI) has signed a management agreement with Hassan Lari Property Development & Management to operate Swiss-Bel Residences Juffair in Bahrain. This latest announcement marks the debut of the Swiss-Bel Residences brand in Bahrain.

“We look forward to working with a reputed partner like Swiss-Belhotel International. Swiss-Bel Residences Juffair has been designed keeping in mind the comfort and flexibility that today’s modern travellers demand,” said Mohamed Lari, general manager of Hassan Lari Property Development & Management.

Laurent A. Voivenel, senior vice president, operations and development for the Middle East, Africa and India, Swiss-Belhotel International, commented: “GCC is a strategic growth market for us and we are delighted to announce this superb new property in Bahrain with Hassan Lari Property Development & Management."

Expected to open by the end of 2017, Swiss-Bel Residences Juffair is an upper midscale hotel apartments complex featuring 129 well-appointed two and three bedroom serviced units each equipped with fabulous facilities including a full-fledged kitchen.

Enjoying a prime location in the city, in close proximity to popular shopping and dining attractions, the hotel will feature recreation and dining facilities such including a swimming pool, a large spa connected with the health club, a mini theatre, a kids club, an all-day-dining restaurant and a delicatessen corner in the lobby.

“This new signing reinforces our commitment to the Middle East where we currently have more than 3,500 rooms under development,” observed Gavin Faull, chairman and president of Swiss-Belhotel International.



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