10 Cheapest Kempinski Hotels In The World


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Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group with a history of 120 years. Their cheaper hotels can mostly be found in China, Africa, and Eastern Europe. One of their most expensive properties can be found in Venice (and it’s worth every penny).

While many of the cheaper Kempinski hotels can be found in China and Africa, most of our English-speaking readers travel in Europe and the Americas. China offers more of a business rather than a leisure destination for British and American travelers. With this in mind, we mainly focus on the cheaper European Kempinski hotels rather than those in less popular tourist destinations.

It is worth knowing that some fabulous new Kempinski hotels are opening soon. These new Kempinski hotels include properties in Georgia, Tel Aviv in Israel, Sardinia in Italy, and New York in the United States.

1. Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena Bansko

Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena Bansko is a luxury ski and spa hotel. Discover the beauty of unspoiled nature, magnificent landscapes, and endless relaxation at the footsteps of the majestic Pirin Mountain – a UNESCO World Heritage environment.

Bansko is the most modern winter resort in the Balkans. This five-star hotel is open year-round and comprises of alpine-style rooms and suites, superb conference facilities, lavish dining services, and an award-winning spa. Visit before the Ski Season, and the prices are much lower. In October, prices start at just €79 EUR per night. A fantastic deal at such a luxurious hotel.

2. Kempinski Palace Portoroz

Kempinski Palace Portoroz is situated at the very center of Portoroz, the ‘Port of Roses’, a well-known resort, famous for its mild Mediterranean climate and more than hundred years of spa tradition. While this hotel is not cheap in the summer, travel in mid-October and prices come right down to the region of just €150 EUR per night.

The beautiful and bewitching region of Istria has always been the desired destination by the Romans, the Venetians, Napoleon, and the Hapsburgs. The resort town of Portoroz has been attracting people with its therapeutic baths and spas throughout the ages. In the 13th century, the Benedictine monks treated their visitors with seawater and salts. In the 19th century, the cream of European society came to ‘take the waters.’

Rooms and suites at Kempinski Palace Portoroz evoke the fabled history of the Palace Portoroz and offer fabulous views of the Adriatic Sea and the Istrian countryside. Take breakfast in the Crystal Hall, sunbathe by the pool, and order a little something from the Pool Bar. In the Restaurant Sophia, fine dining is an art form as beautiful as the restaurant itself. Make yourself comfortable in the Fleur de Sel overlooking the Bay of Piran, and choose from our Slovene-international menu. When the sun goes down, the Palace Club is a legend, not to mention the cocktails!

The Rose Spa offers the very best of the famous local treatments and complements them with an array of others from around the world. The highlight is perhaps the interconnecting outdoor and indoor pool, which makes you feel good on the outside and the inside! Laze the day away under a cloudless blue sky, with the scent of pine and rose blossom wafting in from their famous park.

The Kempinski Palace Portorož is within driving distance of quite a few commercial airports, and there is a private airport very close by. Of course, the marina is also right on the doorstep if you prefer to sail in.

3. Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden

Built-in the 18th century by the Saxon king August the Strong as a pledge of love to his mistress and faithfully restored in 1995, Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden is a beautiful combination of historic glory and contemporary elegance.

Hotel Taschenbergpalais is located in the heart of Dresden’s historic city center, only a few steps away from the most renowned sights, such as Semper Opera House, Royal Palace, Zwinger, and the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche). Famous past guests of the Taschenbergpalais include Prince Albert II of Monaco, designer Karl Lagerfeld, and President Barack Obama. Stay here out of season in October and pay as little at €158 EUR per night.

4. Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay

Kempinski Hotel Soma Bay introduces luxurious European service with Egyptian hospitality at the premier holiday destination on Egypt’s Red Sea coast. The hotel comprises 325 rooms, including 34 suites with luxurious interior design.

With a remarkable dining experience in 6 food & beverage outlets with special culinary highlights. The Fitness Centre provides a gym, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, and four treatment rooms, where massages can be arranged through The Cascades Spa & Thalasso. The Soma Bay leisure facilities include diving & snorkeling, tennis & squash, as well as golf facilities located just a few minutes away from the hotel. Even better, visit out of season, and the rates here are discounted to around €150 EUR per night.

5. Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta

Discover Jakarta’s landmarks and its history, along with Kempinski’s unique European luxury service at Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta. The hotel features 289 rooms and suites, an array of gastronomic restaurants and shops, state-of-the-art meeting rooms, lavish ballrooms, and a traditional spa. Of course, Jakarta is one of the cheapest cities in the world to stay in, whatever hotel brand you choose. Expect to pay around $200 USD to stay here.

6. The Apurva Kempinski Bali

Standing atop the majestic cliff of Nusa Dua, with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and tropical garden, The Apurva Kempinski Bali offers the epitome of beachfront luxury. This five-star hotel in Bali presents itself as a majestic open-air theatre, an embodiment of Indonesian elegance.

This hotel is also comparatively cheap, as it is located in a cheaper area of the world than Western Europe and North America. Prices here start at under $200 USD per night for a room in October. Worth noting 60% of the accommodation features its own private plunge pools, surely a reason to stay here in itself?

7. Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga

In October, Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga is one of the cheapest Kempinski hotels in Europe, with a price of around €224 EUR per night at the time of writing. And yet, this remains a fabulous hotel. The rate is only lower than other Kempinski hotels because the cost of living in Riga is lower than in many other major European cities.

Originally built in the 19th century, Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga is situated in the heart of the Latvian capital. Just opposite the National Opera House and by the entrance to the town’s historic center. The main tourist attractions are all within walking distance.

The hotel has 141 luxury rooms and suites, all-day-dining, a rooftop restaurant, a bar, and a cigar lounge. Organize your event at our ballroom with natural daylight or arrange your business meeting in one of the five meeting rooms. Indulge in Kempinski The Spa, featuring six treatment rooms, a swimming pool, and a health club with a fitness center.

8. Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay Bodrum

Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay Bodrum overlooks its own dazzling blue bay and is an oasis of serenity, kissed by the pure sea and caressed by the gentle breeze. Here, you can luxuriate in the world-renowned spa or lose yourself in daydreams on the private beach. This hotel is reassuringly expensive in the summer, but come the fall and October, you can pick up a room here for as little as around €250 EUR per night.

Surrounded by signature Kempinski luxury, guests are pampered by choice of dining experiences, such as delicious Aegean cuisine in Olives, authentic tastes of Eastern Asia in Saigon, contemporary Italian fare in La Luce, seafood in Barbarossa, and delicious snacks and cocktails at either The Pool Restaurant or Bar Blue.

9. Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow

The newly renovated five-star Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow is located in an enviable location, overlooking the Kremlin and the Moskva River. Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow has long been the hideaway of choice for politicos, business travelers, and sophisticated globetrotters and is well priced in October, with rooms starting at around $291 USD.

Choose from 227 spacious rooms and suites, many with a view of the Kremlin, Red Square, or Saint Basil’s Cathedral (ask about the Design and Kremlin suites). Dining is of particular note here: Choices include the luxurious breakfast at the Baltschug Grill restaurant and exquisite international cuisine at the refined Café Kranzler.

10. Grand Hotel Kempinski Vilnius

Grand Hotel Kempinski Vilnius is ideally located in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Vilnius Old Town in Lithuania. The hotel is housed in a heritage building in the UNESCO-designated Old Town and offers picturesque views of the Old Town and the city’s iconic Cathedral Square. The price of your base room in October starts at around €265 EUR.

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