The Palaces have been signing our diplomas for 25 years
Since the Ritz in 1996, then the Crillon and the Lutetia, the Bristol, the Meurice, the Shangri-La, Hyatt, Marriott, Hilton, or InterContinental, the Palaces and the major international chains sponsor the school's graduates every year and organize the graduation ceremony. Very early on, the Luxury Hotelschool, which therefore established sponsorship as a pillar of its training and proof of the school's strong and permanent links with the world of luxury hotels.
The role of these sponsors is essential for students since they accompany them throughout their course, advise them, share their experience, and promote professions and careers in luxury hotels in France and abroad.
“I am invested concretely and fully play my role as sponsor to live up to the expectations of students who, through their training in this prestigious hotel school, are the ambassadors of tomorrow's luxury,” explains Romain Meiran, CEO of La Réserve Paris. “This sponsorship is a win-win project, because our exchanges throughout the year are very important to me, these young students being a reflection of the new generation. It is essential for us, hoteliers, to listen to them and take into account their remarks and their vision. Their wise look at our business echoes the expectations of the youngest of our customers.”
In partnership with these Palaces, the Luxury Hotelschool also offers a unique program in the world, the Luxury Experience, in which students understand luxury by living the experience. Immersion in this universe is most noticeable in one of the school's flagship programmes, 'A Night at the Palace', during which first-year students stay in a Parisian Palace to study luxury and its codes, and go to meet the teams to discover from the inside the major challenges of managing an exceptional hotel.
Today General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Geraldine Dobey organized the graduation of the Luxury Hotelschool when she was General Manager of Fouquet's Paris