Burgan Bank has announced that its credit card holders are entitled to a 15% discount during the summer months to some of the top hotels in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which include The Armani Hotel, The Address hotels, and Nuran Hotels.
The United Arab Emirates, more specifically Dubai, has quickly become the vacation spot of choice for the region. Burgan Bank understands that our customers like to enjoy the finer things in life, and so we continuously strive to find ways to add to those experiences.
This promotion applies to all hotel room bookings and runs up until the end of September 2012. Burgan Bank offers a variety of services and benefits to its card holders, in an effort to accommodate the needs of its diverse customer base.
Burgan Bank was established in 1977, Burgan Bank is the youngest commercial Bank based in Kuwait, with a significant focus on the corporate and financial institutions sectors, as well as having a growing retail and private bank customer base.
Burgan Bank has four majority owned subsidiaries: Gulf Bank Algeria - AGB (Algeria), Bank of Baghdad - BOB (Iraq), Jordan Kuwait Bank - JKB (Jordan) and Tunis International Bank - TIB (Tunisia), (collectively known as the "Burgan Bank Group").
The Bank has continuously improved its performance over the years through an expanded revenue structure, diversified funding sources, and a strong capital base. The adoption of state-of-the-art services and technology has positioned it as a trendsetter in the domestic market and within the MENA region.
Burgan Bank's brand has been created on a foundation of real values - of trust, commitment, excellence and progression, to remind us of the high standards to which we aspire. 'People come first' is the foundation on which its products and services are developed. Earlier this year, 'Brand Finance' - the international brand valuation company- rated Burgan Bank brand as AA with positive outlook. The rating places Burgan Bank Brand at 2nd amongst the most valuable banking brands in Kuwait.
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