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May 2, 2021
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The luxurious five-star golf resort, Kempinski Hotel Adriatic in Croatia has re-opened its peaceful destination to sun and beach seeking guests.

Tranquility for serenity lovers in the new private luxury villas, but also spaces for escapades with family and friends are offered in combination with the breathtaking views of the historical Venetian city of Piran and the deep-blue Adriatic Sea.

And for those who have had enough of beach relaxation, the Golf Club Adriatic allows them to practise their swing in the only championship 18-hole golf course in the Istrian region.

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. Guests of the villas can enjoy all hotel services and facilities, as well as the additional personalised à la carte luxury services including a private chef.

With the newly appointed British chef, Warren Brown, who was on board “British MasterChef” and has worked all across the world including famous one-star Michelin restaurant “L’Ortolan” in Reading, culinary masterpieces blending French and International cuisine with pristine Istrian dishes and seafood touches await food lovers in the resorts’ restaurants.

“Our location is once again proving to be beneficial: Istria is known as the safest region in Europe, and the resort is located in a secluded location where the Adriatic Sea meets the vineyards and olive groves,” comments Željko Stašević, General Manager of the resort. “With the addition of luxury private villas for most discerning travellers, 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.”

Surrounded by picturesque olive groves and vineyards, Kempinski Hotel Adriatic is easy to reach by car from most European countries or via airports in Trieste, Pula, Ljubljana or Venice.