Extraordinary Architecture

Architecture & Interiors

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Discover the extraordinary architecture of Fontana Gardens’ three towers Gardenia, Lotus and Violet, housing some of the most luxurious residences in the region.  Two of the towers are freehold while the third is offered as serviced apartments for the truly discriminating traveller and business executive.  Designed, by an internationally renowned architect, for sublime contemporary Gulf living that surpasses the highest expectations of those seeking a luxury lifestyle, this exceptional property will not disappoint.  The views from Fontana Gardens are simply breathtaking.  Indeed, the exceptional position affords a unique perspective on Bahrain, one that is made known only to a select few.  Looking out across the water, Manama’s distinctive skyline is revealed standing proud in the distance, glistening in the rising and setting sun and giving an exclusive window on Bahrain’s tranquil past and dynamic future

Discover extraordinary interiors at Fontana Garden’s. Designed by a well-known and leading international interior design firm, each tower has its own distinctive look, featuring a delightful marriage between contemporary modernity and hints of arabesque. This is design at its most outstanding where luxury shines alongside form and function. At Fontana Gardens, interiors emphasise style without compromising comfort. Elegant lines are barely broken by subtle Middle Eastern touches and exceptional quality is the norm.

Maximising living space, lounges are the epitome of elegance and sophistication using only the highest quality materials and craftsmanship, building the ideal setting for relaxing or entertaining. Bedrooms provide a haven of peace and tranquillity with subtle lighting and gentle forms creating the perfect, restful ambience. Bespoke bathrooms balance comfort and luxury with style and attention to detail that will match the demands of even the most sophisticated tastes. Contemporary kitchens of the finest quality complete the luxurious lifestyle at Fontana Gardens.


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