Dubai International Airport contains a “Sleep & Fly” lounge in the Terminal 3 of the airport, which includes 27 cabins and a sleeping cabin, giving travelers more options to get a rest in a distinct atmosphere.
The new Scandinavian dormitory lounge at Dubai International Airport is designed in Scandinavian style, and combines comfort and style. It includes 20 modern ultra-modern sleeping cabins designed in the form of Eskimo huts, as well as double cabin cabins equipped with rollaway and pull-out cribs.
The “Sleep & Fly” lounge boasts a design inspired by nature, which makes it an oasis of rest and relaxation that allows travelers to enjoy a degree of comfort while they wait for their scheduled flights for periods ranging between one and 24 hours.
Eugene Barry, Executive Vice President of Commercial and Communications Affairs at Dubai Airports said, “The opening of the Sleep and Fly Sleeping Hall lounge is a wonderful addition to the range of comfort and relaxation options currently available at Dubai airports, where the hall is the latest product in a long list of new and amazing products that we offer To meet the growing needs of our base of travelers from all over the world, which complement each other to make Dubai International Airport a destination worth visiting in itself. ”
In turn, Director General of On Ground Hospitality, Jeffrey Carrier, explained: “After we have been operating dedicated sleeping halls at airports for years, we have brought our unique idea to a new level at Dubai International Airport.