22
Oct

postedbyYousef

The hotel is Elite Resort & Spa, It’s near the Diplomat hotel and right next to Novotel Aldana hotel. It’s an all suits hotel.

Our booking was for Elite grand hotel, and when we first arrived there, the guy at the front desk, 3abd ali, said that they have no rooms left for us, and according to the booking’s agreement they could transfer us to another hotel of theirs with the same kind of rooms. He said they have rooms ready for us at the other hotel, Elite Resort & Spa, we weren’t happy with the change at first and started arguing. 3abd ali won the argument with flying colors.. He even had us laughing by the time we left for the other hotel. It turned out to be a nice upgrade too.

The hotel has 2 swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, tennis court and basketball court. big suits and good service. The employees were friendly too. The breakfast buffet could use some improvement. The lobby is not all that. Expensive internet. Good furniture and a great bed.

If you were a large group of people and wanted big suits so you could all stay together, or you were on a budget, then this hotel is for you.

Personally, I’d go there again coz I liked it, but if you want yourself pampered, then this won’t be the one for you.

PS I was supposed to take the pictures when we first got in but I was in a hurry and forgot. I only realized that by the time we were checking out and thats when I took the picutes.

 

This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008 at 11:19 am

12 Responses to “Elite Resort & Spa Bahrain”

  1. q80saracen says:

    The pool looks pretty cool. Where there a lot of people there? It seems kinda deserted…

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  2. q80saracen says:

    The pool looks pretty cool. Were there a lot of people there? It seems kinda deserted…

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  3. Amu says:

    How much does it cost to stay there for a night?

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  4. Sulaiman says:

    il hotel 7da 3jeeeeeB oo o personally 7da 3jbni …
    my neXt road trip to Bahrain would be definitely to this hotel except i would sleep more 😛 (heheheh you know yousef why)

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  5. الياسر says:

    من تجربتي الشخصيه للفندق الفندق جدا ممتاز ما عدا الأكل كان الأسوء خصوصا (Room Service)

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  6. Sulaiman says:

    walllah … the breakfast was fine …. bs ma adri 3an il room service 😀

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  7. purpleram says:

    some guys have all the luck !

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  8. Die-Na-Mite says:

    3bd 3ali? Weird name, I never heard this Arabic name before.

    The design looks cool but why is the rooms 3afsa? 😛 Does it kill men to pull the covers back on the bed? 😛

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  9. Bu Yousef says:

    No more rooms…. Mameesh :)
    I love the Bahrainis. I’ve never been able to have an argument with one.

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  10. Daddy's Girl says:

    Laaaa hal room mo 7elwa wayed!!! The rooms in Elite a7laa!!! when we stayed in the 3eed il wa6anee… the room was amazing!!!! windows from top to bottom, o at night you can see the whole city… o wide o spacious o the little kitchennete has everything you need to start camping there…

    If i find the pictures i will post them for you so u can see what im talking about…

    Breakfast 3adi mo leehnak, i didnt like the tiny confined space o the kind of food they served.

    But the toast was amazing!!! Chinna toast london! i even wanted to ask them if they sell bags of toast to take home min kether maho latheeth…bedal toast il ma6a7en ilee chinna khashab :(

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  11. Bin Salama says:

    The rooms are Great but 3ala Mawthoo3 el service e6awlon bel check in wel check out o el Room service Mo Zain Fa La tet3ashoon Feh Na9eee7a Just the Break Fast

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  12. The bedrooms look kinda messy. The room-service is late ^_^. The place seems very nice to me, relaxing vacation with massage and pool is my way of spending holidays.

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