Kempinski Hotel Jinan Makes Its Debut in the Heart of China’s “City of Springs” – With its first presence in Shandong province, Kempinski Hotels has opened its 21st luxurious hotel in China, Kempinski Hotel Jinan. Located amidst extraordinary businesses and companies in the new financial centre and Hanyu Financial Valley, Kempinski Hotel Jinan sits at the top of YUNDING Building, the 339-metre-high landmark that overlooks the famous “City of Springs”. Immersed in the glamorous view of the skyline, guests can experience the depth of the rich history of Shandong, the extent of the prosperous culture and the warmth of the timeless hospitality à la Kempinski with a distinctly European flair
Universal Beijing Resort is a widely anticipated theme park destination opening in 2021 including the first ever Universal-themed hotel and the first NUO brand resort hotel
Located in the unique Sindhorn Village, our second property in Bangkok will be where service is personalised with purpose, and wellbeing is at the heart of every experience.
Conveniently located in the heart of the ancient Chinese capital, Kempinski Hotel Nanjing represents the glamour of the metropolitan lifestyle combined with timeless European flair. Standing in between well-known cultural heritages and the bustling commercial centre, the hotel offers suitable accommodation for culture explorers and business travellers alike.
The Apurva Kempinski Bali opened on 1 February 2019 in the upmarket Nusa Dua area of Bali. The resort is a luxurious haven that captures the essence of Indonesian culture, art and identity..
Nestled along the southern end of the extraordinary Grand Canal (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) Hangzhou welcomed the first Kempinski property in Zhejiang province
Located in the civic and cultural district, the opening of the 155-room Capitol Kempinski Hotel followed years of restoration to bring out Singapore’s much loved heritage buildings.
Kempinski and BTG announce the extension of their joint venture agreement for 50 years, demonstrating the long-term vision of the two companies.
The Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation is hosted at Yanqi Lake International Convention Centre, attracting heads of state and business leaders from around the world, who stay at Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel Beijing during the event.
Kempinski Hotel Fuzhou opens in June
NUO is awarded the management contract for Raffles Beijing Hotel, which reopens as Beijing Hotel NUO commanding a prestigious address on Chang’an Avenue, blending classical Chinese luxury with contemporary style and service.
NUO Hotel Beijing opens in the city’s trendy 798 Art District, introducing its new brand of five-star Chinese luxury hospitality and becoming an instant hit among Chinese travellers.
In November,APEC China 2014 hosted by President Xi Jinping was held at the ground-breaking Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel Beijing. The 22nd annual gathering of APEC leaders included President Barack Obama from the United States and President Vladimir Putin from Russia. The iconic destination comprises a main hotel, a lake hotel and 12 boutique hotels, plus an international conference centre. The properties opened to the public in December.
The modern, energetic city of Changsha welcomed Kempinski and the company’s first female General Manager in China.
Kempinski opens Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai in June, with 678 rooms and suites, becoming the company’s largest hotel in China, followed in August by Kempinski Hotel Taiyuan.
The company opens four new Kempinski properties in China. Kempinski Hotel Guiyang opens in January, followed by the 460-room Kempinski Hotel Xiamen in June. Kempinski’s first serviced apartments in Asia open in September — The One Executive Suites Shanghai, followed by Kempinski Hotel Chongqing in November.
Key International announces the launch of China’s first homegrown luxury brand NUO at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing.
Kempinski Hotel Yinchuan opens its doors, becoming the first international five-star hotel in the city.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Opens July 2010 in Thailand. The 303 luxury room and suite property in the absolute centre of the Thai capital and is the first Kempinski property to open in Southeast Asia
Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center was named the official host hotel for German Olympic Village at the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics.
The city known for its water towns and for having the most heritage listed UNESCO-recognized gardens in the world welcomes Kempinski Hotel Suzhou
Kempinski Hotel Shenzhen opens with 390 rooms and suites; five minutes from the Shenzhen Bay Bridge connecting Mainland China to Hong Kong
Kempinski becomes the first major international luxury hotel company to open a property in Mongolia, following the opening of Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace Ulaanbaatar in July.
In the Northeast of China, the historically significant city of Dalian, birthplace of the Qing Dynasty welcomes Kempinski Hotel Dalian. This year, Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center caters for the largest banquet ever held at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing
In July, Kempinski Hotel Shenyang opens on the shores of Qingnian Lake, with 223 guestrooms and 96 suites
Kempinski Hotel Chengdu opens its doors in July, bringing 471 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites to
the Sichuan capital, near the New International Convention Centre and the city’s diplomatic area.
Kempinski Hotels and BTG form a joint venture, Key International Hotels Management Co. Ltd., to operate and manage Kempinski hotels and affiliated businesses throughout China.
Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center is launched in partnership with Kempinski Hotel SAN and Lufthansa, becoming the first internationally branded five-star hotel in Beijing.