Gulf Air's new premium lounge at London's Heathrow

Arabic influences and contemporary design combine at Bahrain carrier's new lounge
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Gulf Air has opened its much-awaited 'Falcon Gold' premium lounge at London Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom. It uses a combination of Arabic influences and contemporary design to offer guests a little peace and tranquillity (Image Source:
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The lounge can accommodate up to 110 people, including platinum, gold and silver card holding members of Gulf Air's frequent flyer programmes
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"One of the key components of Gulf Air's new business strategy is to focus on improving the products and services we offer our customers. The lounge is an example of this," says Samer Majali, CEO of Gulf Air
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Falcon Gold includes a fully-equipped business centre with iMac computers, printers, fax and other office support functions. Open from 0600 hours to 2230 hours daily, guests also have wi-fi access throughout the lounge and a number of secure lockers to store their valuables
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The open plan design of the lounge aims to give a sense of space and freedom with the central area featuring a bar surrounded by business, dining and lounging facilities
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Measuring a total of 6500 square feet, the lounge is one of the biggest at Terminal 4
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The lounge offers views over the runway and apron through a four-metre high glass wall
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A refreshment area in the Falcon Gold lounge