Big savings for Chinese nationals at DXB

Ahlan rolls out lounge and meet and greet discounts

Dubai International Airport

Dubai and China’s relationship is booming – from the colossal Chinatown due to be built to the ever-growing number of tourists visiting our glorious city.

And, in celebration of China’s national day on Monday, October 1, all Chinese citizens are being gifted exclusive discounts with Ahlan at Dubai International Airport.

Throughout the month, Chinese visitors can bag a 25 percent saving on Ahlan’s deluxe meet and greet services.

The usual rate is Dhs150 and includes a meet and greet service by your personal concierge at your arrivals gate, assistance with immigration, an escort to the luggage carousel and escort towards the airport exit for your onward journey.

Plus, any traveller whose country is celebrating its national or independence day throughout October can save 20 percent on the walk-in rates at the Ahlan First and Business Class Lounges.

All you have to do is present your passport to the lounge receptionist and you’ll be treated to the brilliant price cut.

Once inside, you’ll find the first class facilities and a first class service from Ahlan’s dedicated staff.

You can grab any of the wide selection of international magazines and newspapers and sit back in the comfy seats with a plate from the buffet or à la carte menu – plus there's also a special menu for little ones.

Working on the move? No problem, there is a fully-equipped business centre and free, high-speed wifi, too.

If you have longer in the airport, then take the time to rejuvenate with a pampering treatment in the Timeless Spa.
From Dhs100 (lounge entry). Open daily 24-hours. Concourse D, Terminal 1, www.dubaiintlhotels.com (04 505 2899).

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