Luxuriate in an opulent one-bedroom suite and receive a complimentary gyrocopter flight or a powered parachute experience over Ras Al Khaimah
RAS AL KHAIMAH, UAE – 10 September 2020 –A unique flying experience offering stunning views over the Arabian Gulf is now available until 30th of December 2020 at the Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah for guests choosing to stay in a One-Bedroom Suite, Tower Suite or Royal Suite.
Guests can admire a bird’s eye view of the Arabian Peninsula in a thrilling gyrocopter ride during their stay. The unique aircraft includes two seats for the pilot and guest, delivering an exhilarating encounter at 1,500 ft. The 20-minute flight route operated by Jazirah Aviation will take guests along the coast and provides unrivalled views of the beautiful Emirate.
Alternatively, guests can channel their adrenaline through a powered parachute which is a personal aircraft featuring a propeller-driven cart suspended from a parachute. Accompanied by a trained professional, the motorised parachute flies at around 35 mph and the exhilarating feeling of looking directly at the landscape beneath will kick in, as you take in the spectacular views.
An iconic destination, boasting 350 meters of private beach and pristine views, the prestigious resort includes signature service with ten remarkable restaurants and lounges. Paying special attention to every detail to ensure a luxurious experience, the hotel constantly features exceptional offers promising an unforgettable stay.
Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah has received the Bureau Veritas ‘Safeguard Label’, in cooperation with the RAK Tourism Development Authority, and is part of Hilton CleanStay, Hilton’s industry-leading programme of cleanliness and disinfection in Hilton properties across the world. Developed in collaboration with RB, maker of Lysol and Dettol, and Mayo Clinic, Hilton CleanStay allows guests to enjoy an even cleaner and safer stay, providing peace-of-mind from check-in to check-out. New standards include a Hilton CleanStay Room Seal to indicate that a room has not been accessed since being thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, “increased frequency of cleaning all public areas, and flexible housekeeping options.