Kempinski Hotels “Make A Travel Promise” room deals for Future Hotel Stays

Luxury hotel in Istanbul
The old original Hamam area in the palace located in the old building

If you are an avid traveller like us, you probably should be hunting for amazing hotel deals at the moment! We were quite happy to receive the news that Kempinski Hotels have been working on this post-COVID travel perk for you to grab asap before it runs out on June 10th 2020. We do not know exactly when we can make a return to travel, but we will be ready for when we get the green light!

The Kempinski Hotels are offering guests the possibility of now making themselves, their partners or family and friends a travel promise for a future stay at one of the luxurious Kempinski hotels around the globe. The offer of this stay to look forward is to include:

  • An upgrade to the next higher room category
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • A Kempinski breakfast
  • A 25% discount at restaurants and bars
  • Flexible arrival and departure times.
  • Can be redeemed until the end of March 2021

As an ideal gift for now or later, the offer may be booked until 10 June 2020 and can be redeemed until the end of March 2021. On top of this, the cancellation and rebooking conditions have been formulated in quite a generous manner.

If you are a fan of the Kempiski Hotels and always wanted to discover a few of their destinations, now is a good time to plan for your future travels! Here are below a few properties we have stayed at.

As for us, we are dreaming and are looking forward to being able to taste the hospitality of their properties in Dominican Republic, Bali, St. Moritz in Switzerland, San Lawrenz in Malta, St-Petersburg in Russia and maybe the ones in Singapore & Bangkok since we are so close! Not to mention they are due to open properties this year in 2020 in Tbilisi in Georgia and Tel Aviv, which we are dreaming to be able to go there too! You can see all their hotels in many destinations on their website.

Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna

The Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna is a beautiful property built in 1873 for the Vienna World Expo and designed by architect Theophil Edvard Hansen. It was leased by Kempinski in 2010 to open in 2013 after the renovations. The first-floor glass ceilings over the three inner courtyards was part of the addition and due to this ceiling it was impossible to hang a huge chandelier; hence the iconic upside-down standing chandelier in the lobby! Make sure to check out our review to learn more about this hotel.

Kempinski Istanbul Ciragan Palace

If you ever think of Istanbul, you will love the Kempinski property there! The Kempinski Istanbul is attached to the Ciragan Palace which has a big history. You can actually cross the connecting corridor to read about all the Sultans that have lived there along with great photos of the Palace from back in the day.

Keep staying positive by planning future travels and reading more ways to Travel From Home on this section of our website!

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