With properties on five continents, Grace Hotels give to charities without guests having to lift a finger. That’s because the company has established The Grace Foundation, which gives one dollar (or the local currency equivalent) for each night a room is occupied. There’s a particular focus on donating to organizations that aid disadvantaged children, such as MacMillan Cancer Support, The National Autistic Society and NSPCC. Additionally, hotel guests are encouraged to donate an additional dollar on their own behalf.
The Grace Foundation also supports many other non-profits by providing free dinners and room nights as prizes at charity auctions and events. The hotel even has a signature “Grace Cocktail” and other special dishes that when purchased additional funds will be donated to a charity. But the Grace Hotel doesn’t stop there. Each of their hotels strive for a sustainable atmosphere by following their environmental awareness policy.
The Grace Hotel isn’t a chain, however, they are a line of privately owned luxury boutique hotels providing guests with an authentic experience of the city they are staying in. Many Grace hotels are historic landmarks that offers guests a unique and cultural experience.