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Abalena to open UHNWI private members clubs

Abalena Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity firm, is to establish and operate exclusive seven star, invitation-only premier private members clubs for ultra-high net worth individuals (UHNWI) in London, UAE, Pakistan and New York.

The facilities will include fleet of private business jets, access to VIP airport lounges around the world and VIP Concierge services, in addition to housing five dining areas, offering a wide range of culinary options from Subcontinent to Chinese, Thai, Sea Food and Japanese dishes.
All clubs will have two business lounges (Executive and Cigar), salon, spa and laser centre, gym, library, private offices, meeting rooms and conference halls.
The clubs will offer unlimited access to over 250 of world’s finest private clubs, including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Dubai, London, Berlin, New York, Toronto, Sydney and Auckland, through its reciprocal agreements.
“Our clubs will be a lifestyle, a place where art, culture and finance will meet, a place to get the best workout, eat the best food, puff best cigar or just hang out with the people who are changing the domain in their respective fields, all this in harmonious, calm, peaceful, solitude and sanctuaries environment, a place for people to whom complete privacy and safety is of the utmost importance for those who have accomplished above and beyond in life, our club’s raison d’être will be par excellence in all avenues of services,” says Dawood Khan, CEO of Abalena Capital.
"Abalena represents a formal and devoted commitment to an important part of our strategic heritage. We're pleased that this new venture will bring together vital industry talent with significant experience of our partners in this industry along with long and prosperous track record.
"Allowing us to tap in to lucrative and opportunistic investments in this spectrum of hospitality sector positioning our assets to achieve their full potential."

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