Before you book your next vacation, consider choosing a hotel that gives back. Take a look at these four hotels fighting for human rights and doing their part to improve the world.
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Marriott is a global leader in hotels, with nearly 4,500 locations around the world and revenue reaching $14 billion per year. Most of Marriott’s hotels offer simple accommodations at affordable rates, but the brand also offers luxury hotel experiences available.
Marriott prides itself on world-class service coupled with ethical business practices. Additionally, the company takes a stand against human trafficking and exploitation of children. Marriott supports the World Tourism Organization and the United Nations in raising awareness of these issues and even provides training on human rights to its employees.
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With more than 7,400 hotels in its network, Wyndham is one of the biggest providers of hotel accommodations in the world. Wyndham focuses on upscale lodging with apartment-like rooms, but you can also book the standard, one-room Wyndham hotels on a budget with coupons. Popular hotel brands, such as Howard Johnson, Hawthorn Suites, Baymont Inn & Suites, Super 8, Ramada, Travelodge, and Microtel Inn & Suites are all part of the Wyndham network.
Wyndham has spent the past two decades reforming its corporate and social responsibility policies. The company now incorporates sustainability into its sourcing process, promotes ethics and human rights, pushes for diversity and inclusion, and cares about all of the communities it serves. Wyndham also gives back to its customers through rewards programs and on Wyndham’s Facebook page.
Days Inn Hotels
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Founded in 1970, Days Inn strives to provide the best value to its customers through budget-friendly accommodations and perks such as free continental breakfast and swimming pools at some of its locations. Both new and returning customers can find excellent Days Inn deals and coupons.
As part of the Wyndham Hotel Group, Days Inn shows a superior commitment to human rights issues. The company works to promote culture, diversity, and inclusion. Days Inn also upholds an anti-discrimination policy. You can learn more and find coupons on the Days Inn’s Facebook page.
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Kempinski operates over 70 luxury resorts and spa hotels around the world. Many have five-star ratings and offer unique experiences. The company has been in business for over 100 years and embraces its European heritage and traditions. However, this hotel chain is about more than just providing luxurious experiences.
Kempinski has joined the good fight with the foundation of BE, a non-profit organization that works to prevent the spread of HIV/Aids, malaria, tuberculosis, and other communicable diseases. The company intends to spread the message about BE to its guests and automatically donate funds to BE when new guests stay at a Kempinski hotel.
If you want to support human rights, consider staying at one of the hotels mentioned in this article. Each has a special commitment to making the world a better place and offering excellent service to its customers.