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Movenpick Bahrain launches Flamingo Lounge

Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain has successfully launched the newest pool side terrace area “Flamingo lounge” on the 25th May 2011.

More than 100 guests showed up on the launch night including loyal guests and the media.

The guests enjoyed a full variety of cocktails at the Flaming poolside lounge at 7:30, followed by dinner at 8:30 pm at Silk’s restaurant. Dinner included a full range of fresh pasta, aromatic pizzas and savoury breads and Focaccias .

Italian buffets can be enjoyed by guests every Wednesday night starting from the 1st of June 2011 from 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm for BD12.500++ per person or BD 18.200 ++ per person including unlimited selected beverages.

At the Flamingo lounge, every day is a happy hour from 2 pm ‘till 9 pm, playing the best music hits in the big screen, serving flavoured shisha and the best cocktails.

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