Kempinski Hotel Bahía Estepona is reopening to welcome national and international guests for the summer season on May 20 in southern Spain.
Taking advantage of its shoreline and nestled in Estepona, Spain, Kempinski Hotel Bahía is a luxury resort with 128 rooms and 17 suites overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Here, guests can choose between relaxing and spending their day in the vast subtropical gardens and pools or stepping out on the resort's expansive beach line.
Within the gardens, several culinary hotspots for breakfast, lunch and dinner are combined in the restaurant concept of El Paseo del Mar: The urbanized traditional bodega Baltazár Bar & Grill offering Spanish classics, but also grilled meats and fresh fish prepared on four different grills, or the stylishly elegant yet laid-back Spíler Beach Club. Here, chefs make use of the freshest ingredients from earth and ocean, from the coasts of the Mediterranean and the fields of Andalucía, and occasionally peek into the cuisine of Morocco.
And for those who have had enough beach relaxation, around 20 golf courses allow aficionados to practice their swing in the vicinity of Kempinski Hotel Bahía. The hotel has agreements with famous golf courses, such as Valderrama Golf Club, Alcaidesa Links Golf Course and Finca Cortesin Golf Club.
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The three outdoor swimming pools, the spa, and the resort's three completely renovated restaurants offer a stay in style. The hotel also has an extensive program of activities at the Bee Kids Club, making it a good option for families.
The refurbished old town of Estepona, just five minutes from the hotel, conserves its customs and traditions and invites visitors for a stroll in its labyrinth of white streets, adorned with picturesque flowerpots in bloom and little cafés and bars, for an aperitivo.
Kempinski Hotel Bahía is 20 minutes from Puerto Banús and Marbella and 45 minutes from Gibraltar and Málaga, the birthplace of Picasso.