This historic palace overlooking the bay of Portoroz continues to provide the best in elegant luxury and faultless service.
Built in 1910 by the Habsburgs as a summer residence, this grand palace originally played host to royalty and the aristocracy. These days it is the perfect choice for a luxurious holiday with all the trimmings. You can choose whether to stay in one of the elegantly designed classic rooms of the palace itself, or the more contemporary style rooms in the newer section.
The extravagant buffet breakfast is served in the magnificent Crystal Hall Ballroom until 12pm and even includes strawberries and champagne for the ultimate indulgence.
The impressive lobby, with its stylish bar, is the ideal spot to relax with your favourite tipple.
The hotel is in a splendid setting, overlooking the bay of Portoroz, and boasts an impressive indoor/outdoor swimming pool, a sumptuous spa and a choice of elegant bars and restaurants.
Transfer & distances
In centre of Portoroz, 50 metres from Medusa Beach and seafront, 1.5 hours transfer from Trieste and 2 hours from Ljubljana Airport.
Total rooms: 181 rooms including suites.
Interconnecting rooms are available.
Wireless internet access
En suite bath, shower and WC
Bathrobes are provided
Use of Medusa Beach club (pebbles)
Indoor/ outdoor saltwater swimming pool
Rose spa with sauna, fitness room and jacuzzi
Choice of restaurants and bars including the piano bar and the Sophia gourmet restaurant.
Facilities subject to charge
Health and beauty treatments in spa
Piran is the perfect spot for a relaxed summer holiday - spend your days enjoying the beautiful Adriatic coast, swimming in the clear waters and soaking up the sun. Wander the streets of the beautiful medieval town, with its grand Venetian architecture. The ambience is sleepy and it is a fantastic place to while away the hours. Meander through narrow alleys and winding streets, coming upon impressive squares. Take a walk along the old city walls and admire the views over the peninsula, offering a panoramic vista of the coast.
Just a short drive down the coast, is the larger resort of Portoroz, the ‘city of flowers’, which became a favourite of the Habsburg aristocracy, who built the grand Kempinski Palace here in 1910. They came for the therapeutic spa treatments which still attract visitors today. Its palm-lined promenade runs the length of the resort, with its man-made sandy beach. It offers a good standard of hotel accommodation and some excellent restaurants.
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