The Althoff Family Programme

At Althoff Hotels, we attach great importance to providing our employees with the best possible work-life balance. We understand that family plays an important role in life and want to support our employees in pursuing their professional goals while enjoying fulfilling family time.

That's why we are actively committed to creating a working environment that allows you to celebrate both professional successes and unforgettable moments with your family.


  • Flexible working hours
  • Part-time models
  • Job sharing
  • Social events for family members

Join our Althoff family and discover how we live and promote the compatibility of work and family life. We look forward to getting to know you and working together to find a way that meets your individual needs.

Balancing family and career - testimonials from our employees

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Volker Pinhack
Hotel Manager – AMERON Köln Hotel Regent

The Althoff Hotels have made it possible for me to work flexible hours with a later start on two days a week so that I can take my son to nursery. The option to work flexibly from home on individual days also makes it easier to look after my son and combine family and career. Another very positive aspect is that I was able to postpone my holiday and planned parental leave at short notice after the birth. That was a great relief for me!

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Anna Exel
Director of Finance AMERON Switzerland

I have been working for Althoff Hotels since 2012 and have been a Working Mum since 2023. I have been given the opportunity and the confidence to reduce my workload by 20% and to organise some of my working hours flexibly from my home office. The reduced workload is always taken into consideration by my superiors. This allows me to combine family and work very well - thank you very much for that!

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