Escape to the mountains: Slovakia’s Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras
Kempinski property in Slovakia’s High Tatras invites guests to experience the majesty of the mountains
The Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras is a luxurious property nestled within the Slovak High Tatras mountain range and boasts panoramic views, a glacial lake and sophisticated guest rooms and suites.
An oasis of luxury
The Grand Hotel Kempinski High Tatras is the ideal getaway for anyone looking to immerse themselves in a spectacular mountain setting, complete with scenic views over a glacial lake and surrounded by impressive snow-capped peaks that increasingly attract skiers from all corners of the globe.
Located in Slovakia’s High Tatras, this northern national park sits within the Carpathian Mountain range and its peaks are often compared to the Alps.
Skiing in this region of Slovakia is growing as a tourist activity, and visitors will find themselves perfectly placed to enjoy the picturesque slopes where they can indulge in some off-piste skiing.
For those inclined towards a less active outdoor pursuit, there is also the offer of dog sledding through the surrounding wonderland in the winter months.
Opulence in Slovakia
The views from the property are definitely one of the major highlights of this hotel.
All guest rooms and suites benefit from expansive views out over the valley or lake, and many also have balconies from where the beautiful sunrises and sunsets can be enjoyed.
The interiors have been designed in a palette of neutral, calming tones, with a mixture of warm wooden panelling on the headboards and wooden furnishings that complement the elegant and rich fabrics and textiles that come together in comforting hues of caramel, cream and brown.
The most opulent accommodation in the hotel is perhaps the presidential suite, an apartment where regional tradition and design is celebrated.
The onyx firelance is a distinctive feature of the apartment and provides comfort and domesticity to guests.
The exterior of the hotel has been executed in a traditional style, with flavours of the Alps, castles and fortresses.
The roof is dotted with turrets and spires, with details around the windows and under the eaves highlighted in bright shades of red and green to tie in with the landscape, while natural stone on the facade gives the impression of solidity and longevity.
Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway by Kempinski:
David Hotel Kempinski
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