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    Serviced Apartments in Bahrain

    Located right in the cosmopolitan district of Al Seef, Manama, and with direct connection to the Seef Mall, Fraser Suites Bahrain enjoys excellent proximity to some of the Kingdom’s most exciting retail, dining, entertainment and business venues and convenient access to the city’s attractions.

    Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain

    Road 2825, Block Al Seef 428,
    Building 2109
    Kingdom of Bahrain

    فريزر سويتس السيف البحرين

    طريق 2825, مجمع السيف 428
    مبنى 2109
    مملكة البحرين

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Seef Mall with more than 200 shops (1-minute walk)
      • Organic Supermarket (2-minute walk)
      • Bahrain Specialist Hospital (1.5 km away)
    • Getting to Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain

      By Taxi

      15 minutes from the airport. Public-owned taxis are coloured in two orange strips with a “TAXI” sign on top. Alternatively, you may call to book a private taxi:
      Arabian Taxi: 17461746
      S.M.S Radio Taxi: 17682999

      By Airport Transfer

      We provide airport transfers with our own shuttle service for BD9 per trip and/or our limousine service for BD15 per trip.

    • About Bahrain

      Located in the Arabian Gulf and with a population of 1.2 million, Bahrain is a boutique destination – small, distinctive, classy - ideal for a city or winter break. Covering a mere 780 sq km in an archipelago of 33 islands, the smallest Arabic state is an important gateway to the energy-rich nations in the Gulf region and beyond the Middle East.

      Home to many global financial institutions, Bahrain was the first Gulf state to discover oil and has been an important economic and financial hub until today, while keeping up with the contemporary in its own ways, through fine arts, music festivals, performances and entertainment.

      Excellent transport links, a conductive business environment, relatively low costs and a relaxed lifestyle have drawn travellers from around the world to explore the kingdom’s 5000 years of distinctive culture and heritage, by land or by sea, and be awed by the coasts, valleys and deserts. Alternatively, partake in some of the international sports events, enjoying the usage of world-class sports facilities in the city that first hosted Grand Prix in 2004.

    • Essential facts of Bahrain


      • Summer: July – September, hot and humid; average temperature is  36 degrees C
      • Winter: December to February, cool or mild with occasional rain; average temperate is between 10 and 20 degrees C.
      • Months from March to May and October to November are warm with occasional pleasant breezes; average temperature is between 20 and 30 degrees C.


      Arabic is the official language of Bahrain. English is used in business.


      Bahraini Dinar (1 Bahraini Dinar = USD 2.65).  Most major credit cards are accepted in many of the large department stores, but for places likes the souks, only cash is accepted.

      Time Zone

      GMT +3.


      Visas for 37 nationalities are granted immediately through

      Business Hours

      Banks are open as follows:
      Sundays to Wednesdays, 07:30 to 14:00 hours, some also open in the evenings
      Thursdays, 07:30 to 13:00 hours
      Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays, closed.

      Shops are normally open as follows:
      Sundays to Wednesdays, 10:00 to 22:00 hours
      Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10:00 to 24:00 hours.


      In Bahrain, tradition and modernity go hand in hand. Many traditional handcrafts are done to the vibrancy of contemporary designs and colours as the skills remain practised and get handed down in pottery works, dhow building, cloth weaving, basket making, and so on.


      Medical services in Bahrain are generally acceptable.  As with general practice, travel insurance is normally advised for short-term visitors, including emergency evacuation insurance for certain illnesses and accidents. Visitors to Bahrain should be aware of the dangers of heat stroke, sun stroke and other sun or heat related ailments. Temperatures of 45 degrees C with high humidity in the summer months can severely affect people unused to such conditions. Vaccinations are not required unless coming from an infected area.


      The electrical current in Bahrain is 220/230V 50Hz and the British-style three-pin plugs are used.


      Bahrain's phone system is GSM-based like most of Europe. There are now three mobile carriers: Viva, Zain and Batelco. Batelco, being the more established, may offer a suitable option for travellers who need international roaming.  In dialing an 8-digit number in Bahrain, a prefix of 17 or 77 indicates that it is a landline number, while a prefix of 3x (e.g. 32-39) indicates a mobile number.  As there are no area codes, to call a Bahrain number from outside the country, it is necessary to add a prefix +973- to the 8-digit number.


      There is a standard “service charge” that is usually added to your restaurant and café bills.  If desired, it is also appropriate to offer additional reward for exceptional service at 10-15% of the total bill.    Alternatively, simply round up the bill when making payment.  

      Public Holidays

      Public Holidays in Bahrain include: New Year’s Day, Prophet’s Birthday, Labor Day, Eid Al Fitr, Eid Al Adha, Al Hijra New Year, Ashoora and Bahrain National Day.