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Fraser Suites Grand Opens in Bahrain

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Frasers Hospitality has grand opened the Fraser Suites Seef Bahrain, the first of five properties to come on line in the Middle East over the next two years.

 The 19-storey property offers 91 one or two bedroom suites and three penthouses. Each floor accommodates just eight suites for greater privacy and security, and the elegant interior design is complemented by the highest quality fixtures and fittings - including Herman Miller furniture, BOSE sound system and an iPod docking station in every apartment.

The property also boasts the added convenience of direct access to the city’s exclusive Seef Mall, one of Bahrain’s premier shopping and entertainment destinations.

The opening of Fraser Suites Seef Bahrain will be followed in quick succession with the launch of two more properties, Fraser Suites Dubai and Fraser Suites Doha. Another two properties already on the drawing board - in Oman and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - are scheduled to open within the next two years.

 “The Kingdom of Bahrain’s growth is predicated on a rapidly diversifying economy with impressive expansion into new areas such as tourism, manufacturing, trade and commerce,” said Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Hospitality, Mr Choe Peng Sum. “The city’s forecast of an estimated 6.7% growth in international arrivals this year, together with a sharp demand-supply imbalance in the hospitality sector, set the scene for a successful start to our expansion through the region.”

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