Today, all aspects of the architecture, the design, the comfort and the service provided are meticulously chosen to create a well-defined ambiance that gives a feeling of exclusivity to each guest visiting.
It is the combination of every detailed silk bedsheet, sophisticated perfume and subdued lighting that makes Kempinski suites a very special treat, where guests experience the sense of perfect balance between privacy and top luxury.
From themed suites, to those offering the most luxurious furniture materials, and the one having repeatedly hosted Queen Elizabeth II, all Kempinski Hotel suites go beyond imagination. Here are some of WAYFARER’s favourites.
The absolute highlight of the Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol is the penthouse suite –the biggest suite in Austria – with its five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Impressive and polished flooring and distinctive furniture made from Tyrolean wood give a true taste of an Alpine lifestyle. The contemporary, stylish and chic design is created by a combination of leather and loden, felt and glass, and light and airy rooms. Guests are bound to love their time in a total of 520 square metres m of living area in addition to three sun terraces that are over 500 square metres in size.
The Penthouse Suite at Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol
Not only kings and queens are invited to sleep on Hotel Adlon Kempinski’s finest linen; also, guests from around the world can discover the Royal Suite, one of the hotel’s three presidential suites. It offers top-notch luxury with a view to the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s most prominent sight. The 185 square metre suite has accommodated many crowned heads, including Queen Elizabeth II, who has visited the hotel twice. Butler Ricardo – who cares 24 hours for guests booking this suite – sure has a story or two to tell, but would never reveal any of them… The Royal Suite is available for EUR 26.000 per night and holds extras like a kitchenette, a private sauna, whirlpool bath and a separate dining room.
Inside the Royal Suite at Hotel Adlon Kempinski
The Royal Villa at Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea is the perfect retreat for celebrities, royalties and VIPs who seek the ultimate in luxury and privacy. It is the ideal place to relax and enjoy magnificent views across the Dead Sea, the world’s largest natural spa. Whether guests choose to enjoy the views from their own private infinity edge swimming pool, outdoor Jacuzzi or, best of all, on their own stretch of private beach, the choice is theirs. It is housed over two floors and offers a courtyard with water feature, three master bedrooms, two glass-fronted living rooms with terraces, a kitchen, dining room for up to 12 guests, outdoor deck and garden, and a state-of-the-art entertainment system throughout for guests to listen to their favourite music outside. It also provides guests with their own private wellness area, a private butler and a chef, who will attend to every request.
The private swimming pool in the Royal Villa at Kempinski Hotel Ishtar Dead Sea
The prestigious tower suites of Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains in St Moritz are located in the two hallmark towers which give this grand building, originally built in 1864, the appearance of a sleek northern Mediterranean palace. The two-bedroom suite, in 120 square metres, extends over three floors, offering a separate living room on the third floor with 360-degree views, as well as a dining room and lounge area. Carefully selected stylistic elements of the Engadin valley and the chalet-style decor create a cosy yet elegant look, while historical photo motifs tell of the initial blossoming Alpine lifestyle. The highlight of this suite is a spacious rooftop terrace with views to the mountain peaks of the Engadin as well as to the chic Alps resort of St Moritz. The suite is ideal for groups of up to four adults; optionally, the sixth floor can be privatised by booking both of the tower suites. Fun fact: the towers used to be the staff accommodation of the hotel.
Breakfast is served in a Tower Suite at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains
Located in breathtaking nature, the Honeymoon Suite offers guests a private rooftop whirlpool bath in one of the hotel’s opened towers. Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of the mountain peaks and the stunning preserved nature of Slovakia’s High Tatras, surrounded by the glacial lake and the valley. All Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras visitors can experience spectacular sunsets, but from the Honeymoon Suite this can be done right from the whirlpool with a glass of whatever is wished for, providing a feeling of almost touching the stars. This exclusive atmosphere is underlined by the suites’ own fireplace, made of only one piece of onyx marble. The silk wallpapers, the shimmering marble of the bathroom with heated floors and a mosaic walk-in shower constantly add to the suites’ decor.
Spa with a view: the Honeymoon Suite at Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras
The individual suite concept stretches across the entire fifth floor of the five-star business hideaway Falkenstein Grand Kempinski and consists of five living areas which can be combined to form one suite of 500 square metres. Direct access to the spacious 360-degree outside terrace, which features three luxurious lounge areas, an outdoor whirlpool and fascinating views of the picturesque slopes of the Taunus forest and the impressive skyline of Frankfurt, sets it apart from the competition. An interior design combining European elegance with the Chinese teachings of feng shui call for the presence of global leaders and travellers. The finest materials, such as the precious marble from Morocco and the Lombardy or valuable fabrics from the famous Venetian textile manufacturer Rubelli, create incomparable luxury. Unique, hand-painted wallpaper on the finest silk or gold-plated paper embraces this outstanding sphere, evoking a one-of-a-kind visit.
Suite dreams at Falkenstein Grand Kempinski in Frankfurt
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