AT the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort you may well be forgiven for wanting to just stretch out on the soft sandy beach, or by one of the resort’s three, beautiful swimming pools, and relax.
After all, there is nowhere in Kuwait better to soak up the sun and enjoy real peace and quiet amid softly swaying palms.
On the other hand why just lay there when you could take a jet ski and bounce across the surf, jump on a bike and explore the sandy dunes of Julai’a, or challenge the family – or your colleagues – to a table tennis competition, a beach volleyball championship, a basketball tournament, a badminton game or, for that matter, a tug of war?
Getting the most out of the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort means having the opportunity to do whatever you like to do during your ‘down time’. Give your body a workout at one of the hotel’s fitness or aerobics sessions, take a swimming lesson or try your hand at boxing. And if all that sounds too energetic you can always hit the Underground, the hotel’s fully air-conditioned Entertainment Centre, where you can take a class in billiards or just chill out on the network and arcade games.
Watersports lovers will be in paradise at the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort. Atop the waves too there is a host of fun to be had for whatever level of daredevil is in you. Jump on a jet ski, bounce along on the Banana Boat, crank up a Kayak or try your hand at water-skiing. All are on offer at the resort along with boat rides, doughnut tubes, patriot rides and more.
If you’re a land lover why not hire a buggy and enjoy weaving the desert in the surrounding area of the resort? You’ll be surprised at how much there is to discover including our cinema, health club, ayurvedic centre, Underground entertainment centre, private ladies’ pool and, not to forget, the hotel’s four fantastic dining outlets: Seashell, Gazebo, Sama and Avenue, the hotel’s main restaurant which serves food throughout the day and offers culinary theme nights on Sundays (Far Eastern), Tuesdays (American) and Thursdays (Italian).
The resort’s fully-equipped banquet and conference halls make the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort the perfect destination for any company convention or getaway. With wireless internet access available throughout the resort and on the beach you can even stay in touch with the office between volleyball matches!
For business or pleasure the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort really does have it all. Bikes are available for hire in all sizes catering to the whole family and to complement the wide range of grown-up fun there is a children’s playground and even a special children’s bathroom along with the Kids’ Club which will keep the younger members of the family amused for hours with activities that include face painting, relay races, cooking lessons, aerobics and arts and crafts.
Even when the sun goes down, the fun is only just beginning at the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort. As the gardens and the soft pink stones of the chalets come to life in the evening lights so too does Sama, the rooftop restaurant with its 360 degree views, where you can enjoy traditional Arabic food and shisha, and the resort campfire which guarantees the perfect wind down before you head off to the comfortable guestrooms and villas.
No matter what you are looking for, rest assured it’s on offer at the Kempinski Julai’a Hotel & Resort.
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