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Kempinski goes to Azerbaijan

Kempinski goes to Azerbaijan

Located within the all-new Badamdar Complex, in the heart of Badamdar district in Baku, Kempinski Hotel Badamdar has its Grand Opening planned for September 2011. Kempinski Hotel Badamdar is the hotel group’s second signed management agreement in the Azerbaijani capital, with the opening for Kempinski Hotel Crescent Baku planned for 2015.

“Kempinski Hotel Badamdar Baku is an important addition to Kempinski’s fast-growing portfolio of city hotels in Eastern Europe, and further emphasizes our strategy in the region,” said Reto Wittwer, Kempinski Hotels President and CEO. “The new hotel will combine the best of Kempinski’s renowned European flair and highest standards of service, with a keen respect for Azerbaijani culture and traditions. The hotel will offer outstanding facilities, which will certainly please both business and leisure travellers,” he added.

Just a short drive from Baku international airport, the 14-storie hotel features 283 beautifully designed rooms and suites, boasting spectacular panoramic views of the city. Hotel guests will also be spoiled for choice with three restaurants offering a wide range of international and local cuisine, and two bars.

A world-class conference centre has been designed to offer international and local corporations an ideal setting for conferences and presentations, which is sure to add value to Azerbaijan’s steadily growing business community. The Grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 600 people, ready to welcome guests for gala events, family reunions or weddings, in addition to 14 meeting rooms in different sizes and 36 boardroom-style offices equipped with cutting edge technology, and an auditorium seating up to 450 people.

In addition to its conference and banqueting facilities, Kempinski Hotel Badamdar’s true highlight is its 3,500 m2 spa and wellness centre. Unique in Azerbaijan, the spa and wellness centre offers exclusive beauty treatments and massages, and featuring a large indoor swimming pool and pool bar, sauna and hammam, relaxation area, and fitness studio.


For guests who prefer a secluded stay in the utmost privacy, the Kempinski Hotel Badamdar Baku also has 37 luxurious serviced apartments. The fully-furnished residences vary in size from 80 to 200 m2, with either two or three bedrooms, completed with elegantly designed interiors, new-century amenities, and superbly equipped top-of-the-range kitchens.

Another attractive feature of the Badamdar Complex is its 5,000 m2 entertainment and retail centre, with three levels of shopping space and one level dedicated to leisure facilities, such as bowling, billiards and an ice-skating rink, as well as a wide range of restaurants and bars.

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