Beijing, China (March 15, 2011) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — Kempinski Hotels successfully held its China road show in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. The annual program is designed to build a platform of communication, exchange and cooperation for guests and hotels, and offer the latest data on the operation and development of the group to attract potential guests.
The Kempinski properties in China, including hotels in Beijing, Dalian, Shenyang, Chengdu, Xi’an, Yinchuan, Wuxi, Suzhou and Shenzhen, and its overseas presence in Turkey, Switzerland, Russia, United Arab Emirates and Tanzania, display a unique beautiful environment, advanced amenities and equal degree of high-quality individual services.
At the press conference held before the road show, Michael Henssler, president of Kempinski China, introduced Kempinski in detail, the long history of the oldest luxury hotel group of Europe, the exclusive European luxury and the belief in exclusive services" From good to Best".
"Kempinski is a luxury hotel brand with a successful story of more than 100 years. The hotels are either the market leader in their locality, or landmark enterprises of their particular area," said Mr. Henssler. "They are not a home away from home to guests, but also offer distinctive experiences to them each and every moment, and make their stay in Kempinski a beautiful memory every time."
Mr. Henssler also highlighted Kempinski’s developments in China in recent years and its aims for the future. "Now in China there are nine Kempinski hotels operating and we have signed agreements for a dozen. These are expected in the following two or three years. We plan to open 30 hotels in China by 2015 and maintain the scale in the following years. Because we believe luxury is limited,"said Mr. Henssler. "China’s luxury market is growing rapidly. Individuality is the fundament of mature luxury. Kempinski was, and is aiming at selective growth and maintaining its commitment to exclusivity and individuality. That is the value of the brand."
Over the years, Kempinski has developed into an innovative and highly respected collection of luxury properties. Each offers superior standards of service combined with a style reflecting the individuality of the hotel and its location. In China, Kempinski Hotels follows market needs and is recognized as an icon of luxury hotels. Properties in Huizhou, Guiyang, Shanghai and Haitang Bay of Sanya Island are expected to open in 2011.
The Kempinski name is proudly borne by a growing collection of distinguished properties around the world. Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, Kempinski has built its reputation on the belief that exclusivity and individuality are key elements of true luxury. Each year, an increasing number of guests come to appreciate these qualities, as Kempinski adds new hotels and resorts in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.