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4 Hotels to Detox, Unplug and Check Out

By Matthew Wexler | Wednesday Aug 13, 2014
Are you looking to get away and truly unplug from the doldrums of daily life? EDGE has unearthed four hotel packages that go the extra mile to help celebrate the art of doing nothing.

Kimpton Hotels Announces National Sponsorship of The Trevor Project

By EDGE | Thursday May 1, 2014
Kimptons Hotels & Restaurants has announced a national partnership with The Trevor Project, a leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth ages 13-24.

Kimpton Hotels Fights HIV/AIDS with Red Ribbon Campaign

Friday Nov 9, 2012
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants continues its support of local HIV and AIDS service organizations across the country with its eighth annual Red Ribbon campaign.

Celebrate Spirit Day with Purple Pride at Kimpton Hotels

Thursday Oct 18, 2012
October 19 is Spirit Day, an initiative by GLAAD where millions of Americans will wear purple as a sign of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth and to speak out against bullying.

LGBT Wedding Package at Kimpton’s Eventi

Saturday Jul 9, 2011
Kimpton’s 50th property and fourth New York City hotel, Eventi, offers a diverse selection of intimate and elegant wedding venues to complement Kimpton’s Something Blue, Stay True to You Program.

How Green is Your Valet?

Friday Aug 21, 2009
For an epicenter view of the USA’s burgeoning "green hotel" movement, steer your hybrid rental car (or better yet, take rapid transit) to the Chinatown gate writes Laura Bly in USA Today. A block apart in this eco-conscious city, two high-profile boutique hotels are strutting their environmental bragging rights. Like an estimated two-thirds of U.S. hotels (up from about 10% a decade ago), the Orchard Garden Hotel and Kimpton’s Hotel Triton ask travelers to conserve water and energy by not having linens and towels changed every day. Both hotels have installed low-flow toilets and showerheads, switched to non-toxic cleaning supplies, and print guest bills with soy-based ink on recycled paper. But in other ways, the San Francisco competitors are taking divergent paths to the same goals -- and their evolving efforts show how confusing and complex going green can be. Read more...
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