Ahlan Business Class Lounge wins Priority Pass Middle East & Africa Airport Lounge of the Year Award

Dec 14 2017

Ahlan Business Class Lounge by Dubai International Hotel has been awarded the Priority Pass Middle East & Africa Airport Lounge of the Year Award. The winning lounge, with a capacity of 177 guests ensures that visitors can find a dedicated area that caters to their personal and professional needs. A Personalized Meet and Greet service, great food and beverage options, Wi-Fi connectivity, express spa treatments, child-friendly play area, special kids’ menus and a business centre all contributed to the lounge’s win. The lounge was also highly commended in the Best Business Facilities category.

Jan Freida de Leon, Manager, Ahlan Business Class Lounge, said “We are extremely honoured to receive such an important award from Priority Pass. We are grateful for the recognition received for the team’s hard work. Thank you.”

The Dilmun Lounge at Bahrain International was also recognised in this year’s awards and highly commended in the region. This year’s overall winners are:

• Global: Club Kingston at Kingston Norman Manley International

• Europe: Tallinn Airport Business Lounge at Tallinn Lennart Meri

• Africa & Middle East: Ahlan Business Class Lounge at Dubai International

• Asia Pacific: SATS Premier Lounge at Singapore Changi International

• North America: Salon VIP Lounge, Québec Jean Lesage International

Justin Banon, Director of Priority Pass added: “We’re seeing major investment in new and existing airports across the Middle East. The region is renowned for its quality carriers and distinctive; luxury lounges so this is a strong endorsement for Ahlan Business Class Lounge in Dubai and Dilmun Lounge in Bahrain. The continued focus on lounges we see from airports, airlines, financial institutions and other organizations worldwide can only be great news for both business and leisure customers, translating to a wider choice of venues offering exceptional service, refreshments and unique facilities to meet different traveller’s needs.”