In early October 2006, Kempinski Hotels, Europe's oldest luxury hotel group, will open a new five-star hotel in Shenzhen, China, the Special Economic Zone situated in the Pearl River Delta at the southern tip of Guangdong Province, connected to Hong Kong by a cross-sea bridge. Another hotel is slated for China: Kempinski will open its 380-room Huizhou property— boasting a spa, fitness center, four restaurants, and even a micro-brewery-- in 2008.
In Jakarta, the former Hotel Indonesia is being converted into a Kempinski luxury hotel scheduled to open at the end of 2007. And hot off the press: Kempinski recently announced plans to manage a hotel in Khao Lak, Thailand, the beach resort destination not far from famed Phuket. In the first phase of development, the hotel will open 320 rooms within landscaped gardens and lagoons on a white sand beach in autumn 2007. Phase II, to include 40 pool villas, will be completed in 2009.
By the end of 2009, Kempinski expects to manage a total of 29 hotels in Asia.
Bintan Island, Indonesia
Hike in a rainforest teeming with giant trees and lush life, hillside terrain, secluded beaches and the sweet song of birdlife. Immerse yourself in a natural sojourn on Bintan island. Banyan Tree Bintan delivers views of the... more >>
Siem Reap Province, Cambodia
Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra offers five-star accommodations close to the magnificent Angkor Wat, World Heritage. Experience this luxury resort - consistently rated as one of the best Siem Reap hotels - which combines between Khmer... more >>