Fuji Pearl, or Kodak Metallic, it's essentially the same type of surface finish for prints on photographic wet process paper. They can work really well for black and white images, although these finishes are most well known for their highly vibrant colours. It all depends on how you are planning to do the printing, at home using an inkjet printer, or at a lab; saying that many labs print using both traditional wet process photographic techniques, and also on inkjet, depending on what products you actually want.
As well as the Pearl/Metallic finishes I also really like getting B&W prints done on traditional Ilford silver halide photographic papers. With those you have the choice of gloss or matt Resin Coated papers, or if you want to go the whole hog there is a Fiber Based, Baryta paper too, which is a sort of semi gloss. I only know of one lab that offers these and they are not cheap, see www.whitewall.com.
There are also a number of different "fine art" inkjet papers available, either for printing at home, or via a commercial lab. Most "fine art" papers do seem to be in a matt finish, with differing levels of texture in the paper.
Really though It is difficult to make a suggestion of what may be the best paper for printing any image on, without seeing the image.