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Easter spring break at Kempinski Hotel Adriatic

Spring awakening at Kempinski Hotel Adriatic

Savudrija, December 27, 2012 – While for some people Easter holidays are the last chanche to enjoy winter and steal a couple of days of skiing, for others is a perfect opportunity to greet the arrival of spring and discover all the beauties of the awakening Istrian peninsula.

Nature is awakening shyly. The first birds are lurking from the still leafless branches of the trees, ready to fly over the unspoiled landscape, fertile olive farms and vineyards. The entire region is slowly waking up from the winter sleep, ready to celebrate the holy resurrection and the renewal and rebirth of the Earth. Colourful Easter eggs, palm and olive branches, regional delicacies are only part of the relaxed Easter atmosphere at the Kempinski Hotel Adriatic in Istria.

Concierge Matilda Ordulj is an absolute expert on all region’s matters - and big fan of the spring on the Croatian north-west coast. "The timidly awakening nature, the gentle breeze from the sea, just to mention the first things coming to my mind - there is no better time of year to visit Istria" she says. Everything is explosively green and blooming, as the wild asparagus which can be picked in the surroundings. With a very thin stalks, this plant has a much stronger flavour than the cultivated asparagus. But you need good eyes to spot the asparagus in the wild. "If you are lucky enough to collect a small bunch, you can kindly ask our kitchen to prepare a tasty omelette with your asparagus," says the concierge. The visitors can discover the beautiful coastal and inner towns, mingle with the native population, observe or even take part to the local customs and traditional Easter manners.

The Easter package includes a minimum of three and a maximum of seven overnights, a gourmet breakfast until 11 am and a delicious four-course Easter dinner on Easter Saturday. Upon arrival each guest will receive a welcome bottle of excellent Istrian vine and a surprise VIP Easter amenity. A festive 4-course Easter dinner (drinks excluded) served on March 30 in the restaurant Dijana is also part of this appealing offer. Additionally, the package includes free parking in the hotel’s garage, free Wi-Fi Internet and the use of the spacious saunas, pool and gym in the Carolea Spa centre which spreads on 3000sqm, being thus the biggest Spa in the region.

Since Easter is a holiday celebrating a new beginning and rebirth, which coincides with the beginning of spring, Kempinski Hotel Adriatic prepared different naturally based reviving Spa treatments and each adult guest will receive a 10.00 EUR discount voucher. In line with its child-friendly philosophy, the Kempinski Hotel Adriatic prepared an unforgettable funny Easter experience for the little ones. In fact, the magical Kempinski Kids’ Club prepared an exciting Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday and many more funny and hilarious activities.

An exclusive suites arrangement is bookable starting from 930.00 EUR per adult for 3 nights, being valid only for the arrivals on the 28th and 29th of March, 2013, for a minimum of 3 nights and a maximum of 7 nights. A child until 6 years is entitled to free overnight stays in the room with the parents.

For further information please call the reservations department of the hotel at +385 52 707 010 or visit the web page at www.kempinski.com/istria

About Kempinski Hotel Adriatic

Easy reachable by car from many European capitals the Kempinski Hotel Adriatic opened in August 2009 as the first Croatian 5 star luxury seaside Golf & Spa Resort. Located on the largest peninsula of the Adriatic Sea, it offers a stunning view over Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and the Alps. The hotel boasts 186 exclusively furnished rooms and suites, two gourmet restaurants, three bars, a 3000 sq m Spa with gym, Kempi Kids Club, a private chapel surrounded by a Mediterranean garden, a serviced beach, different conference facilities as a separate conference centre directly overlooking the Adriatic. Part of the resort’s offer is also the Golf Club Adriatic, the first 18-holes golf course in the Istrian region.

About Kempinski Hotels

Created in 1897, Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group. Kempinski’s rich heritage of impeccable personal service and superb hospitality is complemented by the exclusivity and individuality of its properties. Kempinski now comprises a portfolio of 75 five-star hotels in 30 countries and continues to add new properties in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Each one reflects the strength and success of the Kempinski brand without losing sight of its heritage. The portfolio comprises historic landmark properties, award-winning urban lifestyle hotels, outstanding resorts, and prestigious residences. Each one imbues the quality guests have come to expect from Kempinski while embracing the cultural traditions of its location. Kempinski is a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance (GHA): the world’s largest alliance of independent hotels.

To book or for further information visit:

www.kempinski.com/presswww.globalhotelalliance.com

Issued by:

Lena Svilicic • PR Manager • Kempinski Hotel Adriatic Istria Croatia
Alberi 300 A • 52475 Savudrija • Istria • Croatia
Tel +385 52 707 022 • Fax +385 52 737 093
lena.svilicic@kempinski.comwww.kempinski.com/istria