From conference rooms to private phone pods, the new lounge at DXB has been designed to provide an uninterrupted working environment for passengers.
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Now, those traveling for work and business can enjoy a dedicated lounge at Dubai International Airport (DXB) – and it has everything they need to stay productive even while waiting for their flight.
DXB’s first co-working space, called Patio Yao, opened Thursday in Terminal 3, near Gate 3 of the arrivals area.
“Without leaving the airport, passengers can start doing business and manage some administrative issues – even finalize contracts,” said Mei Mei Song, director of global brand and product development for Plaza Premium Group, the company that created the room. of rest.
The lounge is equipped with various facilities designed to create an uninterrupted working environment for business travelers. These include:
>> Conference rooms
>> Private phone rooms
>> Shared offices
There are also visa processing desks, a printing station and a counter where services can be booked.
“The lounge is designed to give guests, whether they are traveling for business or leisure or a group, the option to go outside the airport, enjoy time in an open space, complete their tasks in a peaceful atmosphere, and find all the services they need in one place,” Song added.
With an area of 523sqm, the facility can accommodate 398 travelers per day. Those who wish to use the rest room can do so at the cost of Dh130 for two hours and Dh145 for 3 hours.
Esaad cardholders and people with Smart Travelers Membership can get a 20 percent discount.
“With this opening, we aim to build a community of international and frequent travelers who will not only use the airport to travel but see it as a great place to work,” said Okan Küfeci, senior vice president for Europe, Middle East and Africa. , at Plaza Premium Group.
Eugene Barry, executive vice president of Commercials at Dubai Airports, added: “With our services and business partners, we aim to enhance the guest experience at all stages of their journey.”