The Kempinski Palace Hotel is a true gem of the Slovenian Adriatic. Set in the warm and sunny coastal resort of Portorož, it blends an elegant ambience with a distinct historical feel. The luxurious hotel was built in 1910, in the time of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, when Portorož was one of the favourite seaside locations for the elite.
The hotel’s manicured garden is the perfect setting for your dream Mediterranean wedding ceremony, after which a boat trip along the coast can take you to the enchanting Venetian town of Piran. A religious service may be held in its St George’s Cathedral, which reigns above the compact medieval town. Back at the Kempinski Palace, the Crystal Hall awaits you to wine, dine, whirl and twirl as the Austro-Hungarian aristocracy did in the early 20th century in this splendid ballroom.
Location for civil ceremony:
In addition to the hotel garden, your civil service may also be held on the hotel’s rooftop terrace if your wedding is not planned for the hottest summer months. The covered terrace of the Crystal Hall is a third alternative.
Maximum number of wedding guests for dinner:
up to 200