ABOUT ST GILES

Our centrally located hotels put guests at the heart of the cities they love.

With a growing collection of hotels across Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America, St Giles invites business and leisure travellers to experience the most central locations in the hearts of major cities worldwide. Our well-appointed hotels are the hidden gems of the cities they serve, creating unique experiences that turn ordinary trips into memorable journeys through our signature St Giles Experience of warm, authentic and locally-rooted hospitality.

BE CENTRAL

"We unite people and places by embracing the unique energy and diversity of our communities"

Landscape view of Kuala Lumpur city from St. Giles Hotel

BE WELCOMED

Diversity and Inclusion

Acceptance, inclusion, and creating a sense of belonging are the cornerstones of the St Giles culture. We welcome and celebrate the individual differences of our family - our staff, guests, and partners. It is these differences fused together that make us unique and special. If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our Career Page

HOTELS WITH HEART

Caring for our Communities

Through our charity initiative, Hotels with Heart, we are committed to positively impacting the communities in which our hotels are located and always leading our actions with compassion, kindness, and humility.

Sustainability

#CITIZENG

#CITIZENG, St Giles Hotels sustainable program, was launched in 2018 to support our company's mission to be responsible citizens - for our planet, our community, and our guests by making their stay more sustainable. 

Mental and Emotional Wellbeing

#IAMWELL

Here at St Giles, we believe asking for help is a strength, not a weakness, and are committed to fostering an environment where our team members feel safe and supported for their mental and emotional wellbeing. This belief inspired the development of our #IAMWELL employee programme, placing empathy at the heart of how we care for our colleagues. We want to remove the taboo of saying, “I am sad” or saying “I am well” just for the sake of it when we are not well and create space for our team to say “I am not doing so well” and ask for help.