Golden Tulip expands Middle East portfolio

Golden Tulip Hotels, Inns & Resorts has signing a management agreement for the 250-room five-star property Golden Tulip Bahrain with immediate effect. Golden Tulip Bahrain is strategically located at the edge of the diplomatic, commercial and business areas of the Island, across the road from the upcoming Bahrain World Trade Centre towers and near the Bahrain Financial Harbour. It offers a designated executive floor as well as luxurious suites, plus outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and indoor health club. Golden Tulip Hotels, Inns & Resorts president and CEO Hans W.R. Kennedie commented: “We are extremely satisfied with our development in the Middle East. Adding the Golden Tulip Bahrain to our fast growing portfolio gives us yet another strong destination in the region. We are very optimistic regarding the outlook of our Middle Eastern network of Golden Tulip Hotels and Tulip Inns as well as our brands’ recognition in the market place.”

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