Bowman-Biltmore Hotels a hotel chain created by the hotel magnate John McEntee Bowman. The name evokes the Vanderbilt family’s Biltmore Estate, whose buildings and the gardens within are privately owned historical landmarks and tourist attractions in Asheville, North Carolina, United States. The name has since been adopted by other unrelated hotels. For a time, the Bowman-Biltmore Hotels Corporation was a publicly traded company.
335 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10017
CategoryHotels & Resorts
Bowman-Biltmore Hotels? actively engage with local communities through charitable partnerships, sponsorships of community events, and employee volunteer programs to contribute positively to the regions they operate in. The well-being of employees is a top priority, with competitive wages, professional development opportunities, and a safe, inclusive work environment. The hotel group fosters diversity and inclusion within its workforce, cultivating a culture that values and respects diversity in all forms. Bowman-Biltmore Hotels? adhere to stringent health and safety standards and protocols to ensure the safety and well-being of both guests and employees. The hotel group diligently adheres to all relevant regulations and standards, ensuring that their operations are conducted within the bounds of the law. The hotels invest in innovative technologies to enhance guest experiences, streamline operations, and reduce environmental impact through initiatives like smart room controls and efficient property management systems. Bowman-Biltmore Hotels? ensure that all their properties are accessible to guests with disabilities, implementing accessible design and facilities to cater to diverse needs.