Baltic Hospitality Group supplies unique, qualitative, environmental-friendly and functionally products to the Baltic hospitality industry!
About Baltic Hospitality Group
“SIA” Baltic Hospitality Group was founded in June 2003 by Mairita & Esben Kalhøj after both had worked several years in the tourism and hotel business in Latvia.
Our main office is located in the beautiful town of Sigulda, close to Riga and close to the main roads to Estonia and Lithuania.
Baltic Hospitality Group will cover the need for unique, qualitative, environmental-friendly and functionally solutions in interior arrangements of leading hotels and restaurants in the Baltic States as well as cover the need for unique, qualitative, environmental-friendly and functionally guest amenities in Scandinavia.
Our Goals 2010-2015
Baltic Hospitality Group will be a solid and well-established company with a controlled growth.
Baltic Hospitality Group will be the leading supplier of hotel- and restaurant commodities in Latvia and among the leading suppliers in the Baltic States.
Baltic Hospitality Group will establish itself as a supplier of guest amenities in Scandinavia.
Baltic Hospitality will be innovative and leading among our competitors in the Baltic States and Scandinavia when it comes to new marketing and sales initiatives.
Baltic Hospitality Group will be innovative, flexible and leading among our competitors when it comes to product development by constantly being in close contact with all parts in the business such as our suppliers, our clients and our clients guests, thereby being able to cover the needs when they occur or, even better, before they occur.
Baltic Hospitality Group will aim at broadening the assortment with more environmentally friendly products, also concerning packaging.
Baltic Hospitality Group will aim at broadening the assortment with more technology products for the hospitality industry.
Products from Baltic Hospitality Group will as a minimum meet the legally demands to quality, but also meet Baltic Hospitality Group’s own demands to quality an