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Dryland opens Business Members’ Club
Originally published on businesstraveller.com 02/08/2012
Dryland Business Members’ Club has opened on London’s Kensignton High Street, offering lounge and office space, as well as meetings rooms, private dining, a café and chauffeur services.
Facilities include 100MB fibre-optic broadband, lounges areas with sofas and open fires, private work pods (inspired by first class airline cabins), sound-proofed telephone booths lined with Damien Hirst wallpaper, a screening room with retro red velvet seats, and an onsite Maserati and chauffeur for hire.
There are three membership levels:
- Member, costing £139 per month + VAT and including access to the lounges and terrace area, wifi internet access, printing and photocopying services, invitations to exclusive events, a concierge service, the ability to hire boardrooms and the screening room, and the option to add on telephone answering and postal services
- Pod, costing £799 + VAT per month or £60 + VAT per day, and offering the services above plus access to a private pod and the Pod and First lounge
- First, costing from £1,399 + VAT per month or £90 + VAT per day, and including access to a private office suite and the Pod and First Lounge
Dryland says it will also offer a “five-star hotel-style service”, and members can order items from the Grand Café (which is also open to the public) direct to their seat or suite.
For more information visit dryland.com.
Report by Mark Caswell