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The Juffair Grand Hotel

A 4-star boutique & business hotel with spacious and refurbished guest rooms offering in-room amenities like: internet access, coffee- tea maker, mineral water bottles, newspaper, iron and iron board. A gym, rooftop swimming pool, restaurants and bars to suit every taste are just some of the additional amenities to make your stay an exceptional one. This property was earlier named Best Western Juffair Hotel.

Manama, Bahrain

The Kingdom of Bahrain is an archipelago of low lying islands located in the Arabian Gulf off the Eastern shore of Saudi Arabia.

Frequently referred to as the pearl of the Gulf, Bahrain has a history of civilizations that date back more than 5,000 years. The ancient site of the immortal land of Dilmun, and a religious centre for ancient Sumerians, Babylonians and Assyrians at different times, Bahrain’s strategic location has ensured that it maintain a heritage of pluralism and diversity.

Our Happy Customers

"We spent 2 nights in this excellent friendly Hotel"
phfran2016
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We had two nights in this hotel and the service was excellent. The staff could not do enough to make our stay a very nice one. The reception staff were exceptional. they organised other staff to park our car, bring our luggage to our room and to fetch and then re-park our car every time we used it. they gave us some great tips on where to eat and did not push the hotel restaurants as the only alternative. I would certainly recommend this hotel
"OUTSTANDING SERVICE EVERYTIME"
chrissilver92
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thank you to the staff of juffair grand for an amazing stay as always. a special thanks to Ms. Tess and Mr. Reddy for their continued support in making the stay exceptional. The staff is what keep me coming back for 30+ stays
"Awesome Hospitality"
kartikey s
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Well, experienced awesome hospitality from the staff, specifically the front office, guy named Rohan who helped manage things perfectly. Come Bahrain, stay at Juffair Grand and enjoy the comfort. Cheers guys!
"Best place to stay in Bahrain"
Rakesh J
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Awesome place to stay in Bahrain. Clean hotel, next to big market place. Serves Quality and healthy breakfast. Best supporting staff, special thanks to front desk manager Mr. Rohan. Would love to stay next time....

With centuries upon centuries of human habitation packed into one compact site, many legends have enveloped the land of Bahrain. One such example is the historic reference to Bahrain as the Island of Eternity – a result of the multitude of ancient burial grounds found throughout the island, before modern archaeological findings explained them to be a legacy of the Dilmun era.

The writings of the ancient Sumerians refer to Dilmun as a pure and sacred place in which sickness and death do not exist – a land like paradise full of sweet water springs. Bahrain does in fact have freshwater artesian and under seabed springs, rich in minerals and especially fluoride, known locally as sweet water. These have sustained life here since the Ubaid civilization of Neolithic times 6000 years ago. 

With centuries upon centuries of human habitation packed into one compact site, many legends have enveloped the land of Bahrain. One such example is the historic reference to Bahrain as the Island of Eternity – a result of the multitude of ancient burial grounds found throughout the island, before modern archaeological findings explained them to be a legacy of the Dilmun era.

The writings of the ancient Sumerians refer to Dilmun as a pure and sacred place in which sickness and death do not exist – a land like paradise full of sweet water springs. Bahrain does in fact have freshwater artesian and under seabed springs, rich in minerals and especially fluoride, known locally as sweet water. These have sustained life here since the Ubaid civilization of Neolithic times 6000 years ago. The sweet water springs may be the basis for the legend of Gilgamesh, a Sumerian epic about a quest for immortality from the flower of life (the pearl) which leads to Dilmun, the “land of two seas”.

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