Join us at Kempinski Hotel Bahía for the Costa del Sol Beach Polo Cup 2019!
After the successful first edition of this glamorous event in 2018; on the 4 and 5 May 2019, Kempinski Hotel Bahia is hosting again the “Sport of Kings” on the Playa Padron, in Estepona. A sought-after event that promises glamour and gourmet cuisine in celebration of the sport of kings. During two days of glamour and exciting polo matches, four international polo teams will compete for the second Costa del Sol Beach Polo Cup.
The two-day tournament launched last year and was attended by the crème de la crème of the Costa Del Sol, European Royalty and international polo players, including Niclas Johansson, Lauran Desmas and Jaspar and Kate Kühlwein. This year is set to be no exception, as four world-renowned teams compete for the cup nearby the palm-lined promenade of Estepona. An assortment of VIP passes are available, granting guests access to elegant cocktail receptions, Gala Dinner, polo lunches and a champagne-fuelled VIP marquee.
Rooms start from EUR 270 in May including breakfast.
Entrance is free, food and drinks may be purchased next to the polo arena and at El Paseo Del Mar, the new restaurant complex in Kempinski Hotel Bahía. There will also be a VIP marquee with ticketed entry, entertainment, fabulous food and champagne. VIP packages are available for those who wish to join in the full event of Gala Dinner, Polo Chic Lunch and VIP marquee entrance.
Sponsored by Bulgari, Pagani, Scapa, Ferragamo, Perlage and Kempinski Hotel Bahía the three-day event will host a variety of matches for polo aficionados to enjoy, as the teams battle it out to win the prestigious Costa del Sol Beach Polo Cup 2019. Set to be the social event of the season, high-society spectators can enjoy exclusive beachfront entertainment, VIP luncheons on the sand, stylish after-parties, and access to the resort’s newly revamped Spiler Beach Club, which opens in April 2019.
This is a great opportunity for everyone to come and enjoy this noble sport, and watch top polo players and their horses at close range, right on the sand.