Kempinski Hotel Aqaba, Red Sea Jordan Soft Opens

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Tuesday, 2 June 2009

The Kempinski Hotel Aqaba, Red Sea Jordan has soft opened.

Boasting 201 rooms and suites all with sea views, a variety of international cuisine, MICE facilities and a  spa which will offer a number of innovative signature treatments, this hotel opening marks the 3rd Kempinski property on the golden shores and azure waters of the Red Sea.

All 201 rooms and suites within the hotel enjoy a sea view, which has been made possible due to clever design work and the curved contemporary building, shaped in the form of a tear-drop.

Boasting six restaurants and bars, guests will be spoilt for choice, offering a wide variety of international and regional dining options.

As this is the propertys soft opening, various facilities such as the spa, night lounge and selected dining areas will not open until October; although the Aqua Lounge, AM/PM and Sea Breeze are all fully-functioning. 

Aqaba offers year round sunshine and some of the best diving and coral reefs in the world. The contrast in scenery makes this city one of the most beautiful in Jordan with its mountainous backdrop and white sandy beaches fringed with palm trees.

Located on the sandy shores of the Red Sea, the hotel is just a stones throw away from a variety of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. The hotels facilities include trips on private yachts, windsurfing, kayaking, diving, snorkelling, swimming, a private beach and a Kids Club. Guests can also enjoy an array of organised tours to popular tourist attractions, such as Petra, Wadi Rum and the Bedouin Camps.

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