Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre officially opens

The 275-room property is the third Waldorf Astoria property in the UAE

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Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has officially launched, making it the third Waldorf Astoria property in the UAE.

The hotel is part of the Burj Daman and occupies the 18th to 55th floor on the building. The 275-room property includes 46 suites and 28 residential suites.

“We are delighted to expand our luxury presence in the region with the opening of Waldorf Astoria DIFC. Earlier this year, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum approved the launch of DIFC 2.0 which will add 13 million square feet of space to the Centre. We are pleased to be part of this rapidly growing district and look forward to delivering unparalleled experiences to guests staying in DIFC,” said Rudi Jagersbacher, president, Middle East, Africa & Turkey, Hilton.

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Inspired by the iconic architecture, lifestyle and mid-modern style of the 1960s, the hotel exudes a contemporary elegance and understated luxury. With its stylish furniture, multifunctional design peppered with marble, ebony, brass and bronze materials, the hotel boasts a sleek and contemporary look.

In line with Waldorf Astoria’s legacy of culinary expertise, Waldorf Astoria DIFC is primed to be a best-in-class dining destination. All restaurants and bars are located on the 18th floor, a stunning location from which to view the city.

The new property is part of Hilton Honors, Hilton’s guest-loyalty programme for Hilton's 17 distinct hotel brands.

Members who book directly will have access to several benefits, and can earn an additional 5,000 points per night, with a minimum stay of three nights –– for bookings through 30 December 2019.

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