TORONTO — Kimpton Saint George recently launched the Stay
Human Project — a Kimpton-exclusive campaign looking to humanize
the guest experience at select Kimpton hotels across the world.
The guestroom series transforms one premium room (available for
booking) in 20 participating properties into a unique activation
that honours the hyper-local character of the surrounding
neighborhood. The project, which will run at the Toronto hotel
until September 30, is designed to help guests forge meaningful
ties with other guests, experience the true fabric of a destination
and challenge their preconceived notions about travel.
At the Saint George, the Stay Human Project draws upon local
artists, florists, bakers and vendors to give the Stay Human room a
local, meaningful feel. Room features include a guestbook; a
Polaroid camera; an interactive map/city guide created by local
artist, illustrator and muralist Lauren Pirie; Button Machine
postcards highlighting local landmarks; complimentary in-room
breakfast courtesy of Fortunate Fox pub; Canadian vinyls curated by
Kimpton’s director of Music, Lauren Bucherie, in partnership with
local record store Sonic Boom Records; and Ontario-grown flora
by local florist Flùr.
The Stay Human Project started with the September 2018 launch of
“Room 301” at the
Kimpton Everly Hotel in Los Angeles. The social experiment ran over
the course of three months and was born from the belief that
heartfelt human connections make people’s lives better.
Source: FS – All-Hotels-Blogs
Stay Human Project Comes to Kimpton Saint George