Craig David in Dubai for special Marriott event to celebrate new loyalty programme

The exclusive event was held between W Dubai Al Habtoor City and La Perle by Dragone

Craig David.
Craig David.

International recording artist Craig David surprised Marriott International’s loyalty programme members, partners and invitees with a special performance at W Dubai Al Habtoor City. 

The event was held between W Dubai Al Habtoor City and La Perle by Dragone, was a celebration of Marriott International’s announcement of a unified loyalty programme, with one set of benefits across Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG).  

Marriot International’s unified loyalty programme will launch in August 2018.

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The evening started with a “Behind the Scenes” experience at La Perle by Dragone, where members were treated to a  preview of what goes into the making of the show’s acrobatic stunts and the water and light effects. In addition, the night featured performances by a violinist and a DJ, before the appearance of the British superstar, Craig David.  

Members were also treated to an intimate “Meet and Greet” session with the star, as well as a chance to win access to a couple of forthcoming Marriott Moments in the region.

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