Kempinski to open new Russian, Czech and Armenian properties

4 Feb 2011 by BusinessTraveller

Luxury hotel group Kempinski has signed agreements to open three new hotels in the cities of Ekaterinberg (Russia), Marienbad (Czech Republic) and Yerevan (Armenia).

The 200-room Kempinski Hotel Ekaterinburg will join the Hotel Baltschug Kempinski in Moscow, and management agreements signed for properties in Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don and Novosibirsk. The 24-storey hotel will feature four restaurants and bars, a ballroom, and a 1,000sqm spa with swimming pool, fitness centre and sauna complex.

In the Czech spa town of Marienbad (also known as Marianske Lazne), the group will open an 80-room boutique property in 2012, with a medical health and wellness centre, featuring treatments drawn from local mineral springs. Other facilities will include winter gardens, a mini-golf course, tennis courts, swimming pools, saunas, solarium and fitness club. Kempinski Hotel Marienbad will join the Kempinski Hybernská Prague as the second property by the group in the Czech Republic.

Finally Kempinski is set to open its first Armenian property in the capital Yerevan in 2013. The hotel will feature 150 rooms and suites, and will be located close to the city’s main tourist attractions including the the Republic Square, the ruins of the Urartian city of Erebuni, the State Opera House.

For a recent review of the Kilimanjaro Hotel Kempinski in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, click here.


Report by Mark Caswell

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