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Kempinski launches a new campaign for future hotel stays
Wednesday, 20th May 2020
Source : Kempinski Hotels

As anticipation is known to be the most beautiful kind of joy, Kempinski Hotels has launched a worldwide campaign entitled ‘Make A Travel Promise’, offering guests the possibility of now making themselves, their partners or family and friends a travel promise for a future stay at one of the luxurious Kempinski hotels around the globe.

The offer of this stay to look forward to includes an upgrade to the next higher room category, a bottle of sparkling wine, a Kempinski breakfast and a 25% discount at restaurants and bars, as well as flexible arrival and departure times.

As an ideal gift for now or later, the offer may be booked until 10 June 2020, but can be redeemed until the end of March 2021. On top of this, the cancellation and rebooking conditions have been formulated in quite a generous manner.

In addition to this offer, all hotels of the international group have set up inspiring Staycations, which are targeted at guests from the immediate vicinity who may not wish to travel too far away these days and thus allow themselves a change of scenery in a luxurious ambience during a nearby hotel stay.

The Kempinski Staycations take into account the rules of social distancing and offer guests to retreat in style, to revitalise, to reconnect and spend time with the family or to rediscover familiar surroundings. The staycations are also of particular interest to members of the Kempinski DISCOVERY loyalty programme, as they benefit from special discounts.

‘With our travel promise, couples, families and friends can, together, already look forward to beautiful moments in the future and join each other in great anticipation of trips and stays to come. And those who prefer to travel in their own region or country can enjoy staycations with high-quality service in a luxurious atmosphere,’ says Amanda Elder, Chief Commercial Officer and Member of the Management Board of Kempinski Hotels. ‘Hopefully, in the coming months, global travel will recover step by step, and our guests and potential customers will gradually regain confidence in travelling and booking weekends or holidays at one of our luxury hotels again.’

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