New riverside luxury in the hearth of Europe

With the opening of the Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava in June 2010, the Slovakia’s beautiful capital now offes the latest deluxe hotel and a new lifestyle hot spot.

Kempinski Hotel River Park BratislavaKempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava (Source: Kempinski)

With the opening of the Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava in June 2010, the Slovakia’s beautiful capital now offes the latest deluxe hotel and a new lifestyle hot spot.

The Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava has a perfect location only minutes away from the Old Town, just a stone throw from Bratislava and Vienna International Airports. The hotel is a dominant feature of the River Park complex, which has turned the Danube riverside into a trendy promenade with many shops, bars and restaurants. It is close to the best of everything in the city - historical monuments, shopping, and streets pulsating with life – and there is the green tranquillity of the floodplain forest along the river, ideal for jogging or cycling.

Designed by the award-winning Dutch architect, Erick van Egeraat, the L-shaped building encompasses 231guest rooms housed on eleven floors, some of them with stunning views of famous Danube river and the city skyline. There is a choice of Superior, Deluxe, Executive Club, and Suite accommodations, crowned by the 450 sqm, 3-bedroom Presidential Suite with a large terrace. All rooms are beautifully furnished and feature a large marble bathroom, spacious seating and work area with full sized desk and king-sized bed. Additionally, all rooms are equipped with comprehensive facilities including free high speed Internet access.

A feast for the eyes and soul, the Kempinski Hotel River Park offers inspired culinary creations to be enjoyed in a choice of unique settings. Arte Restaurant provides a dining experience that reflects Bratislava lifestyle, offering only the freshest products in an innovative and contemporary menu, an extensive international wine list with friendly and highly efficient service. Apart from the delicious menu and popular Business lunches, the River Bank Brasserie offers a variety of grilled dishes including the best of freshwater fish and seafood. Additionally, guests can experience the live carving and food preparation at the table, in the warm weather also on the summer terrace with River Danube view. After a long business day, guests can savor their cigar in the cozy atmosphere of the Churchill Cigar Club with a selection of the best spirits and tobaccos in the world.

The high standard of hotel services will be enhanced by conference facilities with comfort sufficient for hosting international congresses. The eleven conference rooms have the latest audio-visual and conference technology perfectly integrated into their design and complimentary high-speed internet: all of the rooms are with floor-to-ceiling windows or terraces offering stunning river views.

One of the most unique features of the Kempinski Hotel River Park is definitely the rooftop ZION Spa and Fitness center, offering 1,500 sqm of luxurious space overlooking the water and greenery on the other side of the Danube river. The comprehensive spa menu offers fabulous services to fit any schedule, including the unique Alpha Sphere treatment - a combination of sound, light, and space providing an out-of-this-world deep relaxation experience.

Kempinski Hotel River Park Bratislava
Dvorakovo namestie 6
811 02 Bratislava, Slovakia
Tel: +421 2 32238 222, Fax: +421 2 32238 333

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