Kempinski employs around 20,000 staff in over 25 countries, and has an average of four million guests each year. As a global company, Kempinski believes its responsibility extends beyond its employees and guests, into the communities in which it operates. In addition to its hotels’ individual engagement into socially responsible initiatives that meet the specific needs of their local community; Kempinski also has a corporate social responsibility programme. This programme is lived by all employees, whether at a corporate and regional level or within an individual hotel.
Kempinski is active in three main areas where it believes it can have the greatest impact, while remaining true to the group’s values and enhancing hotel operations. In each area, Kempinski has its own unique approach to driving engagement and action:
- Tackling serious issues with a very positive concept, Kempinski believes it can be part of spreading health in the communities where it operates hotels. Learn more about Kempinski’s commitment to health
- Kempinski also believes there is more to life than all work and no play: arts and culture are a necessity for the soul.
Discover how Kempinski is supporting the arts
- Going further than reducing the amount of water used for laundry, Kempinski fundamentally revisits the sources and uses of energy in its hotels. Find out how Kempinski is benefiting both the environment and its hotels performance through efficient energy usage