At Kimpton, we promise guests “A Different Way To Stay.” We know that means we have to be a different, and better, place to work. You quickly learn Kimpton’s not just a hospitality job. Here, you’ll join a mission to make lives better. No biggie.
The real you is a job requirement; your diverse background, talents, and quirks are what help our company connect meaningfully with our guests. You’ll lead your own personal career path while you help make each guest’s journey feel more personal. You won’t just punch a clock and count the hours; you’ll make it count.
That’s why FORTUNE magazine has put Kimpton on its “Best Companies To Work For” list seven times. It’s why we scored 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index. Even our guests feel it—it’s why we’re consistently ranked as the best-loved hospitality company.
Our thriving company culture, numerous hospitality career tracks, and rich benefits and perks also make us one of the best places to work. We take care of all of our people with great benefits, like paid time off; medical, dental, and vision plans; life, short-term, and long-term disability insurance; 401(k) with employer matching; back-up child and elder care; robust professional and personal development through our own Kimpton University; and employee discounts at our 60+ hotels nationwide. Plus, we throw in some extra Kimpton-style perks, like wellness programs and, of course, pet insurance.
We’re A Different Way to Stay because we’re a better place to work. From the first whirl of a hula hoop at your employee orientation (yes, it happens) to every Kimpton Moment thereafter, you’re going to love it here as much as our guests do.
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Think of Kimpton Gray Hotel like a perfectly bespoke suit from London’s Savile Row — beautiful, bold, and with no detail out of place. Clad in marble and terra-cotta, Kimpton Gray has been a tastemaker for more than a century, first as an office building and now as an elevated-experience hotel. When the 9-to-5 day is done in the Financial District, those in the know flock to the on-site restaurants - Vol. 39, a law library-themed bar, and Boleo, an Argentinean-inspired rooftop lounge.