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By webadmin | January 14 2013
Bansko, Bulgaria—Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine
After over 100 days of hard work, careful reconstruction and thoughtful curation, the Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena Bansko has finally opened the new and luxurious Presidential Suite to its guests.
The renovation began with the blending of four Junior Suites, which created the sprawling 2,583-square-foot space featuring two bedrooms, a 1,076-square-foot living room with a dining area, a bar corner, a 50” flat screen TV and a conference area capable of hosting up to 10 people. The nighttime views from the fifth floor crown offer magical glimpses Bansko’s colorful lights and the majestic outline of the Pirin Mountain.
This VIP suite has private access to the hotel elevator, accessible only with the suite’s key card, allowing for secluded entry to memorable winter evenings spent enjoying a glass of wine in front of the cozy, remote-operated fireplace.
The list of exquisite decor details and amenities designed by architect Slavin Baylov is equally opulent. All the floors are covered with antistatic wool carpet and natural materials, including cherry woodwork, a solid walnut dining table and eco stones above the fireplace, can be found throughout the suite. Remotely controlled windows and shades guarantee complete silence and a sound night’s sleep, while an ultra-modern sound system brings separately controlled entertainment to every room. The master bathroom is also a true masterpiece, boasting Italian stone appointments, marble sinks with eco-friendly filters, a Jacuzzi and a 32″ flat screen TV.
The suite is smartly designed in modules, so a guest can rent all three rooms, just the living room and one bedroom or just the living room as a conference space. Whne combined with the boundless amentities, this versatility makes the Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena Bansko’s Presidential Suite the ultimate accommodation for business trips and spoil-filled vacations alike.