Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah launches the Pearl Club

The club lounge will welcome guests from August 2019 and pays homage to the UAE's pearl diving heritage

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Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has launched the Pearl Club, and is set to welcome guests from August 2019 with elite services and amenities.

Available to book for guests residing in the Pearl Club rooms and suites, Waldorf Astoria Suites, Chairman’s Suite, and Royal Suite, the Pearl Club offers a number of privileges.

Pearl Club guests will have access to a travel concierge ahead of arrival, private check-in and check out at the Pearl Club, a dedicated personal club concierge and access to the Pearl Club floor via a special keycard. Certain categories will also receive complimentary usage of the hotel’s Bentley to select destinations.

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Members of the club can partake of the lounge’s complimentary dining, inclusive of a continental breakfast, afternoon tea, free-flowing beverages, all-day refreshments, plus evening cocktails with hors d’oeuvres, along with  a 20% off when dining at Social By Heinz Beck. Members can also request a choice of Neom fragrances upon turndown.

The design of the Pearl Club pays homage to the UAE’s pearl diving heritage; soft furnishings with ancient maps, photography and artifacts illustrate the region's history.

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