Thursday , 17 October 2019

Kempinski to Open First Dominican Resort in October

Luxury Caribbean resort by Kempinski is scheduled for opening by October of 2019.

Kempinski announced that it will officially open its services in Dominica to the world by the 14th of October this year.

This will be the second of its franchise to grace the Caribbean besides the present Gran Manzana in Havana.

“Bringing this project to reality is another remarkable milestone for Kempinski Hotels,” said Michael Schoonewagen, General Manager, Cabrits Resort & Spa Kempinski Dominica. “We are especially proud of this property because it will give travelers the chance to experience Dominica like never before by merging the timeless luxury of Kempinski with the destination’s pristine, untouched landscape to create an unmatched experience where luxury meets nature.”

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The luxurious hotel will have a total of 151 bedrooms and suites, from mountain and ocean view rooms to exquisite two-bedroom duplexes and collection of villas. Villas will be capped by the a 4,585sq/ft presidential villa, which will feature  butler service, two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a private spa room and a private spa room, a private pool and that’s about the least of its comforts.

Idea of a room at Kempinski
Idea of a room at Kempinski

Dining service will include three eateries excluding a Cabrits Market, Kempinski’s signature restaurant with a creole-esque dinner and international fare so long as there is daylight.

There is also the Kweyol Beach Cafe, a traditional Creole beach bar, and the pan-Asian Bonsai restaurant, which will serve up sushi, sashimi, Thai curries and wok-sauteed dishes.

The hotel also boasts a Rumfire Bar, a rum and cigar bar, underlining a blend of cocktails, local rums and other spirits. And there’s more; a mammoth spa covering 18,000sqft with a range of indoor and outdoor wellness experiences.

There is also an 8,000sq/ft of space for outdoor services. The new Caribbean hotel is the most recent projects by Range Developments in the Caribbean that developed the Park Hyatts St. Kitts.

Secrete Bay, one of the hidden relaxation sites in the Dominican Republic, now has competition.  Checkout Kempinski Dominica here.

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