When you think of the Hilton Kuwait Resort, think of sand and sea. Think of verdant gardens, and red and pink bougainvilleas.
Imagine a serene paradise with almost 2km of private beachfront and crystal clear waters. Picture an elegance that blends perfectly with its surroundings, with walls of glass looking out onto the beaches and pools. Visualise luxurious marble corridors, colourful aquariums brimming with fish, and spaciousness wedded to comfort and modern design. If you can imagine all of that, you are seeing a part of the perfect picture that the Hilton Kuwait Resort presents.
The resort is located just south of Kuwait City, directly on the Arabian Gulf. Spread over an area of 250,000 sq m, this stunning property has four beaches with a total length of 1.75 km, and includes 97 separate buildings of hotel rooms, studios, chalets, villas, royal villas with independent pools, banquet hall, ballroom, children’s activity centre, seven restaurants, and 15 swimming pools. In addition, there are extensive gardens, green and blooming throughout the year, around which winds a 1.75km walking/running path with par course.
The varied accommodation is designed and outfitted to ensure the comfort and pleasure of any guest, as well as meet their business needs. From private rooms, suites and studios, to chalets and villas, the Hilton Kuwait Resort ensures comfort, beauty and functionality in every accommodation.
For business travellers, Hilton Meetings, the world’s premier meeting service, with its fully equipped and staffed business centre, is perfect for planning and executing meetings for eight to 1,000 people. Seven meeting rooms, plus the Al Dorra Ballroom, allow the resort to accommodate everything from a small board meeting to an international congress.
With its white sand beaches and acres of gardens, the resort is ideally suited to be the place you want to be, for business or pleasure. Holiday and business travellers will enjoy the diversity of indoor and outdoor activities including water sports and a dedicated children’s programme. The spa is the epitome of relaxation and the water sports availability at the resort is second to none.
After availing yourself of the Hilton’s recreational opportunities, the restaurants at the resort are perfect for satisfying your appetite and socialising. From a food perspective, the resort has something for everyone. The light and minimal design of Teatro, the resort’s continental restaurant, allows both the food and the guests to shine. The Song Bird Café epitomises a contemporary blend of space and lighting, perfect for a light snack, substantial meal or just coffee and a chat. The Courtyard, outside on the terrace, features quality Lebanese mezze and hand-mixed shisha under the stars. Wavebreaker Café, the resort’s seasonal restaurant allows you to have your meal served poolside while you lounge in the sun and warm breezes. And, of course, everyone will savour a meal in the world-famous Royal Thai Blue Elephant restaurant, offering truly authentic Thai cuisine with ingredients flown in fresh from Thailand specifically for the resort.
Whether a local customer or a business and leisure traveller on a short or extended stay, the Hilton Kuwait Resort is ideally suited for all of guests’ needs. With the luxurious variety of accommodation and food available, the quality of the meeting services, the extensive spa, sports and recreation facilities, there will be no reason to stay anywhere else while you are in Kuwait.
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