Kempinski Hotels and the growing luxury travel market

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Leading luxury hotel brand Kempinski Hotels remains upbeat about its business in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as it announced a regional roadshow aimed at strengthening its business ties with travel trade partners from the 4th to 11th April, 2009.

“There will continue to be a market for luxury travelers, for both leisure and business and we remain optimistic about maintaining the growth we achieved last year, thanks in no small measure to the support provided by our travel trade partners, with whom we have established very good relations that we intend to continue, hence the staging of our annual GCC roadshow,” said Samer Achcar, Global Director of Sales Middle East and Africa, Kempinski Hotels.

“Bannered by our existing portfolio of luxury properties in exotic destinations, as well as announcements of exhilarating new destinations, our goal is to excite our travel partners and give them further reasons to continue recommending the unique Kempinski experience to their clients,” said Achcar.

From Indonesia to Zanzibar, a Kempinski Hotels team representing the luxury operator’s distinctive properties from across the region and the world will visit trade partners across the GCC, in locations such as Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Bahrain, Doha, and Kuwait.

Among the properties that will be showcased during the roadshow include traditionally renowned locations such as Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, Kempinski Mall of the Emirates in Dubai and Kempinski Hotel Ajman in Ajman that continue to attract both GCC and Western tourists in record numbers.

More features of the Middle East region are Jordan’s treasure Kempinski Hotel Amman presenting both charm and avant-garde aspects and celebrated Kempinski Hotel Ishtar, encompasses a truly unique holiday experience with its location by the renowned Dead Sea. Over to the Mediterranean, residing on the cliff edge, is Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay Bodrum, overlooking the glorious Turkey’s Aegean Sea.

In Africa, travellers can experience Kempinski‘s luxurious hospitality offers in Tanzania, at the Zamani Zanzibar Kempinski which boasts a new villa concept that will spoil guests with the highest standards of luxury, comfort and convenience.

An alternative African destination, in between the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean lies the Djibouti Palace Kempinski, which features a plethora of entertainment and recreation activities, including an opportunity to explore what has long been described as the Land of the Gods.

“What makes the roadshow more exciting is that we will be introducing a number of new properties which we are confident will provide GCC tourists yet more options for luxury travel in some of the most exciting destinations in the world,” continued Achcar. “This is a further testament that luxury hospitality, and this is true for us at Kempinski. There will always be a set of travellers willing to spend on luxury travel, and will not compromise their lifestyle notwithstanding the current economic situation,” ended Achcar.

Kempinski‘s growth is expected to continue beyond 2009, with the launching of new properties in Jeddah and Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.

Visit Kempinski Hotels’ Spain location and contact Kempinski Hotel Bahía Estepona.



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