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Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants

Currently, Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants supports the Conservancy’s Plant a Billion Trees program by planting 10 trees for each guest stay booked with a special Nature Conservancy code, "TNC".  In addition, in the past, the Conservancy has received 5% of Natura water sales in Kimpton’s restaurants. During this partnership, Kimpton committed to plant a minimum of twenty-five thousand trees.

About Kimpton Kimpton Hotel & Restaurants is a respected leader in the hotel industry, offering a collection of boutique hotels throughout the United States and Canada. It prides itself on its innovative and award winning hospitality practices. The Company is well-known for making travelers feel welcomed and comfortable while away from home though intuitive and authentic customer care, stylish ambiance and playful and creative programs and amenities. Each of its hotels, characterized by a unique style and energy, features personalized guest services, comforting in-room amenities, specialty rooms and suites, and provides a range of culinary experiences through affiliated top-rated destination chef-driven restaurants. Since its founding in 1981, Kimpton has expanded its portfolio to 46 boutique hotels and 45 restaurants throughout the U.S. and Canada/ Currently, new hotel projects are underway in New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Chicago.

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