You can now kick-start you holiday the right way with free-for-all access at the new marhaba lounge at Melbourne Airport.
Located in the international terminal, T2, the lounge is the first of its kind in , and is open to anyone to use – no matter what flight or flight class you’re on.
This means passengers who are not travelling in first or business class, or do not have a frequent flyer status, will be able to use the lounge for a fee of $65. The price provides access for a four hour maximum stay. Children under 12 are an additional $35.
With room for 200 guests, the lounge will have 26 staff on deck and features all the amenities you’d expect, such as free Wi-Fi, buffet cuisine, n wines, a quiet zone for relaxation, and importantly, shower facilities for transiting passengers.
Hudson coffee will be on site, although that may not necessarily impress local Melbourne coffee drinkers. Lounge opening hours will be from 6am until midnight.
Entering the lounge on a casual basis is easy – you can pay for access on the spot or you can guarantee your place through online bookings at marhabaservices成都夜总会招聘.
To get free access to the lounge, you’ll need to join Priority Pass, an independent lounge access provider. For $US499 ($A619), you will receive unlimited free access, or for $US249 ($A309) you get ten free visits. Guests will cost you an additional $A33.
Additionally, complimentary access will be provided to those flying with yet-to-be-named airlines marhaba is currently working with.
Marhaba is part of Dnaba, an international and independent airline service provider, which has lounges in Bahrain, Dubai and Karachi.
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