The Largest city of Bahrain, Manama has been considered as an important trading centre in the Persian Gulf and has today incorporated diverse population within its premises. A conspicuous contrast hits the eyes of the visitors as soon as they enter the city. The meaning of Manama which means “sleeping place” is in complete juxtaposition to its vibrant life, its late night shopping culture, lively bars and nightclubs. A tour around the city will offer you a variety of attractions: the grand Al Fateh Mosque, one of the largest Mosques in the world, Beit Al- Quran with its carvings representing modern Bahraini architecture in its own way, the fort of Bahrain and Arad fort, overlooking the sea. Today, a thriving economy marks Manama; a surplus of money has led to delineate its skyline built with glass and steel spires. Despite of being an Islamic city, alcohol is legal here and has therefore structured it as an important tourist destination. The narrow rows of stalls at the Bab-el- Bahrain Souk(Bazaar) will offer you vignettes of the city’s culture. The market offers an array of perfumes, spices and Gold. The old world charm and modern lifestyle coalesce together to capture modern day Manama’s essence. Most of the accommodation facilities in the city will try to meet tradition with Modernity. The hotels in the city offer world class luxury in a traditional ensemble. Four Seasons Hotel, Ritz Carlton, Intercontinental Bahrain, Le Meridian Bahrain city centre, Gulf Hotel, The Domain Bahrain are some of the hotels in Bahrain which offer exemplary service.