For a budget-conscious traveler to Manama there are 14 options for consideration, including Al Khobar Plaza and Mishal. A short walk from Oasis Mall, Dar Al Hamra is a good budget option for visitors of Manama who would like to save up.
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Where to stay in Manama?
Best cheap hotels in Manama
Manama airports & Subway stations
If you want to stay near Bahrain airport to catch an early flight, choose Movenpick Hotel Bahrain, which is just a 10-minute walk away.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Visitors planning their first trip to Manama, should think about staying in the downtown at one of the 3 hotels, such as Al Manzil Suite 2 situated near Tala Plaza. If you want to be in the center of Manama, then the 4-star Ramada Hotel Bahrain is a good option. For a hotel in the iconic Diplomatic district, choose The Domain Hotel that comes with a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a swimming pool.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Manama
Atiram Premier Hotel is a deluxe hotel offering upscale facilities like an indoor swimming pool, a steam room and a patio. Palace Boutique is a highly rated boutique hotel near Reef Island, with an outdoor swimming pool, a free parking lot and a free private parking lot for a relaxing stay. Holiday Inn Express Bahrain is a 4-star chain hotel with sea views, alongside it offers free self-parking, a health club and billiards.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're visiting Manama with your family, choose a spacious apartment next to PCC, such as Infinity Suites & Infinity Tower that features an outdoor swimming pool and a rooftop terrace. We have great B&B accommodation options, such as One Juffair Luxury Serviced Apartments with a room rate from 142US$. To insure that your family has a fun time during their trip in Manama, book Fraser Suites Diplomatic Area Bahrain next to Haji Daif Alhalwachi Mosque, a kid-friendly hotel that has a Jacuzzi, a steam room and an aqua park. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Ramee International in Al Juffair district, offering views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Manama
Manama offers an Arabic experience with an international touch.
Islamic practices share space in a city with a cosmopolitan flavor with one third of the residents being foreign born. These foreign influences set the city apart from other Middle Eastern capitals making Manama the most democratic of Arabian cities. In Manama, women participate in elections, monarchs share power with parliament and business is done in English.
You can see how distinct Manama is from the rest of the Arabian world on your trip to the city. Booked.net can organize your stay in the city easily if you consult our comprehensive list of hotels. From cheap offers to luxury Manama hotels, check out them all with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
This liberality of Manama owes to foreign presence. The dominance of Portuguese and Persians throughout the history brought strong foreign influences to the city. During its 5000-year-history Manama was captured by the Babylonian, Greek, Persian, and Ottoman Empires, because of its fertile soil. Manama thrived on farming and sustained each of these empires. Industrialization led to decline of agriculture when oil and heavy industries took its place.
Business drew immigrants to the city that led to multicultural population of 155,000 people. Even though 80 percent of residents worship Islam, the locals have stuck to those historically liberal views. Manama has seen several anti-American protests and extremism, but they are off the Bahrain's general mainstream.
This relaxed lifestyle of Manama led to its reputation of the sleepy city. In fact, Manama is world away from this. The city boasts of its opportunities for chic vacation with extensive dining choices, exquisite shopping and abundance of sights to visit. Attractions include;
- Al-Fateh Mosque, the largest mosques in the world
- Pearl Monument, the statue is regarded as Bahrain's unofficial symbol
- Museum of Pearl Diving, the most important historic building in Bahrain and once served for Bahrain Courts
- Bahrain Fort, built on the site of Dilmun settlements back to 3,000 BC
- The Bab Al Bahrain is the Gateway to Bahrain that stands as the main monument of the city.
Apart from sightseeing, you can participate in Manama's celebrations. The city has distinct festive spirit reflected in the Eid ul adha, and Ashura festivals, but the most important party is the Independence Day.
From unforgettable parties to guided tours of the city, Manama is a destination for chic vacation with Booked.net.