In February 2021, IHG® Hotels & Resorts launched Journey to Tomorrow, a series of ambitious new commitments to make a positive difference for people, communities, and planet over the next decade. The company has committed to reduce energy use and carbon emissions, pioneer the transformation to a minimal waste hospitality industry, conserve water, and help secure water access in those areas at greatest risk.
At IHG Army Hotels®, every single colleague across our 76 hotels on 40 different Army bases is committed to our mission of achieving a higher rank of hospitality. Whether you’re enjoying time off at our Fort Shafter location in Honolulu or taking a TDY trip to historic West Point, our staff is working tirelessly to bring you the service, safety, and hospitality you expect from IHG Army Hotels®. To learn more about what our mission means to them, we’re sharing testimonials from some of our incredible employees.
At IHG® Army Hotels, we understand how difficult of a year it’s been, especially for active-duty servicemembers and their families. While the rest of the world stood still, military families had to navigate things like deployment, PCS and TDY. But, with 76 hotels on 40 Army bases across the United States, we’ve been able to help those families along the way, providing them with the service, safety, and hospitality they deserve
Here at IHG®, True Hospitality always comes first and at IHG® Army Hotels, it’s no different. Each one of our on-post hotels is designed specifically with the military traveler in mind, and all amenities help make your stay easier and more enjoyable. IHG® Army Hotels understands that service for our military guests and their families is different than our service for civilians, and we strive to provide that service every day.
The IHG® Army Hotels Teen Academy is a paid summer internship set up for employees’ teenagers where they can learn and perform various hospitality tasks. Hotel RDO and GM, Teresa Colatarci, says the program is a great opportunity to “groom possible future leaders and kids that don’t necessarily have the means or desire to go to college right away.”