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“It’s the little things that make the beginning. A handwritten note in your room, a perfect Negroni waiting for you at the bar. The concierge at your beck and call as you leave the lobby. The effortless charm of it all. Landmarks of a lost travel tradition when hotels were the meeting place for stylish globetrotters.”

The Vagabond Club aims to renew the Grand Hotel experience with boutique character. The hotels are designed for the modern vagabond, a cosmopolitan traveller who roams the world with an open mind and a deep appreciation for eco-inspired luxury.

Each destination defines the individuality of the hotel, whether it is a Vagabond Club Townhouse or Resort.

Curiosity & Responsibility

Our way

We take pride in doing things our own way. Be it sustainable and great food concepts, trendy bar styles, engaging with the surroundings and sharing the most beautiful hidden places locally. Our modern values and the wonderful traditions of Grand Hotels, this is exactly what gives deep joy and meaning to travel.

Travel is about experiences, open-mindedness, curiosity, and responsibility – for us, our future, and our community. It is always a journey and never a stop.

 

Our Position

Ethos*

*from the Greek of “habit, custom, usage, manner of mind and character”.

 

Deep Blue describes the attitude of the Vagabond Club. It is about sustainable development, understanding environmental aspects on an equal footing with social and economic considerations.

This means that we operate hotels and resorts in a sustainable, inspiring, authentic, and pioneering way.

Our principles and measures revolve primarily around the following key issues:

  • Resource management through regular checks and optimisations, for example in waste avoidance.
  • Social personnel management through the preferential hiring of local employees as well as regular training and further education opportunities, apprenticeships, promotion opportunities and salaries above the general pay scale.
  • Sustainable purchasing of regional, seasonal, and packaging-free products with high quality standards.
  • Sustainable, social, and corporate responsibility, for example by promoting e-mobility, green electricity, and the use of renewable energy.

Furthermore, we refrain from using products from factory farming that were produced through forced labour or unacceptable treatment of employees, that drive deforestation or that were produced contrary to sustainable and fair guidelines.

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