Timeless classic decor greets guests at Kempinski Palace Portoroz. Located on the Adriatic Sea, the hotel dates back to 1912 and has maintained its regal air.

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The Kempinski Palace Portoroz is nestled in the center of Portoroz, a beach resort area of Slovenia where the climate is mild. The luxurious rooms and suites are a combination of modern and classical décor paired with top service. The property is made up of two parts. The original building has a beautiful façade welcoming guests into the lobby. The newer part of the property is distinguished by its glass balconies. Neutral colors and drapery lead to a restful night of sleep. Take in views of the glimmering sea or the park from your room, and get ready in the beautiful en-suite marble bathrooms.

Dine on local specialties in the hotel’s restaurants and bar. The Restaurant Sophia is a sleek space with a coffered ceiling and a stylish color scheme of black and white. Croissants and other breakfast bites are available in the palace ballroom that once hosted lavish parties. It is easy to imagine the glamorous attendees of the past that were entertained here beneath soaring ceilings and glittering chandeliers. Mediterranean dishes are served al fresco, and a glass of champagne enhances the already beautiful weather.

Take a dip in the pool surrounded by loungers and palm trees, or relax in the spa with a facial or body scrub. The spa tradition dates back more than 100 years in Portoroz. Mud and salt have been used for healing since the 16th century and are still sourced from the local salt pools today.

As the sun sets over the Adriatic, sip on a cocktail and take in the beautiful view in this Slovenian paradise. Kempinski Palace Portoroz serves as decadent home base during your discovering of this country’s historic coastline. Not too far away is Piran, a jewel in the crown of the peninsula of Istria. Slovenia’s coastline is short, but in that small space, guests uncover immense beauty and history. Explore Piran’s Venetian architecture and St. George’s Cathedral with its 17th-century paintings.

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