Kempinski Hotels to Count on 6,000 New Guestrooms
Kempinski Hotels has plans in the offing to add as many as 6,000 new guestrooms in the course of 2020 as it opens new properties in such locations as Bangkok, Ibiza, Havana, Mecklenburg, New York, Sardinia and Tbilisi.
According to a news report posted on Hotel Business, the next hotel opening for Kempinski Hotels is only a few weeks away: the Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, another flagship for the brand, which will open its doors in May.
This second property of Kempinski Hotels in the Thai capital is located in the upscale Langsuan neighborhood near the verdant Lumphini Park. Integrated spa, wellness and fitness facilities will span more than 43,000 sq. ft. across three floors of the new hotel.
Perched on the ninth floor, restaurant Flow will offer plant-based cuisine with locally sourced, 100 percent-certified organic produce and immerse guests into a nutrition-loaded eating experience.
Starting from May 2020, 7Pines Kempinski Ibiza will open for the season. This will be the first time that guests can experience the luxury lifestyle concept following the announcement last autumn of the strategic partnership between 12.18. Investment Group and the hotel group. The 185-suite resort offers the height of laid-back luxury and Ibizan flair, according to the company.
Through the strategic partnership with 12.18., around 20 more hotels will be developed and opened in the near future, including a hotel in New York and a resort near Porto Cervo on the island of Sardinia.
Furthermore, the 179-key Schlosshotel Fleesensee, in the heart of the German Mecklenburg Lake District, and Schloss Roxburghe, a 19th century Scottish manor house, which will have 75 rooms after completion of a separate extension, will join the portfolio.
With a second and a third hotel on the Caribbean island of Cuba, Kempinski Hotels just extended its presence in Havana and in the Americas. While the new Gran Hotel Bristol is located one block from the Capitolio in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Town Havana, the Cayo Guillermo Resort Kempinski is the first non-all-inclusive beach hideaway in a location approximately 310 miles east of the Cuban capital.
Future openings include the 95-room Kempinski Hotel Tbilisi in Georgia, and the 250-key The David Kempinski Tel Aviv in Israel.