Kempinski Hotel Adriatic Istria Croatia
Kempinski Hotel Adriatic re-opens its doors
Reopening186 RoomsHotel website
Following a seasonal closure, luxury five-star golf and spa resort Kempinski Hotel Adriatic reopened its doors on Friday, 8 April 2022. With a newly appointed executive chef and the addition of luxury private villas for most discerning travellers to the portfolio, the hotel will continue to deliver impeccable Kempinski service, highlighted by Kempinski White Gloves Service, a programme of extreme health and safety measures, introduced back in 2020.
Guests will be able to enjoy numerous outdoor venues and activities, which focus on providing a comfortable experience for the guest and highlight health. With a perfect selection of hotel offerings and outdoor activities to choose from, regular guests as well as new ones are in for a colourful holiday and are recommended to enjoy a nice walk by the coast: The air, saturated with the invigorating scents of the sea, rosemary and lavender, is one of life's pure pleasures and is filled with health benefits. Kempinski Hotel Adriatic is surrounded by picturesque vineyards and olive trees that lead guests to the beautiful private beach with incredible views of the Adriatic Sea and the neighbouring coastline.
In Kempinski Hotel Adriatic, you can choose from 186 luxurious rooms and suites with or the newly designed private luxury villas. With a focus on ensuring absolute privacy and representing the true essence of Adriatic comfort, hotel guests will be enchanted by the Kempinski Villas and their refined elegance. Located directly on the grounds of Kempinski Hotel Adriatic, each villa is spread out over an area of 600 sq m to more than 1,000 sq m and features three to five spacious bedrooms with luxurious ensuite bathrooms, a large open-plan living room, a dining area, a kitchen and more. The villas are carefully designed to guard privacy, with extra-large private swimming pools, sunbathing areas and spacious courtyards, where guests can enjoy the breathtaking views of the historical Venetian city of Piran and the deep-blue Adriatic Sea. Guests of the villas can enjoy all hotel services and facilities, as well as the additional personalised à la carte luxury services. With the culinary offer at the resort set to advance to a completely new dimension of luxury, the private service which stands out is definitely the option of having a private chef.
Lovers of gastronomy are in for a treat
The luxury golf and spa resort has appointed a new Italian chef, Stefano Cosattini, a renowned and established Italian chef who has been part of the Croatian gastronomic scene for more than 25 years. Mainly focusing his cuisine on Mediterranean fusion, Cosattini built his career in many famous restaurants across Italy, France and Great Britain, as well as Japan and the United States, many of which have gained Michelin stars. One of the many dishes of the new menu created by Cosattini is his signature dish - Risotto mantecato, combined with saffron, beef cheeks, smoked goose breast, amaretto and arabica powder.
Culinary masterpieces await all who decide to visit Kempinski Hotel Adriatic or one of the restaurants located in the resort.