Book now L:Close

Hotels

View all hotels

Campus

To the Bold Campus

Stories

Gallery

Stories

Gallery

L:Guests 0 Adults, 0 Children
L:AddRoom

Bold Women

Curtains up for striking personalities of our bold team.

To celebrate #internationalwomensday during Bold #womensweek we put the spotlight on the strong and inspirational women behind Bold. 

From Housekeeping to Marketing: we caught up with nine superwomen working in different departments about their dreams and wishes and their perspectives on working in hospitality.

We are exceptionally proud to have countless inspiring females on board. Nonetheless, we made it our mission to provide an equal, inclusive and diverse work environment. Our value-driven leadership supports and empowers not only women, but every single team member to unlock their potential and succeed in the hospitality industry of tomorrow.  

Equal Pay, equality and real careers are on your agenda, too? Then join the tribe!

Yvonne and Julia, the management team of Bold Campus

View

They're Bold

Moni, a smiling you woman with long blond hair

View

Moni, Deputy Hotel Manager at Bold Hotel Frankfurt 

Moni, Deputy Hotel Manager
of Bold Frankfurt Messe

Moni is strong. Born in Bosnia, she fled her war-suffering home to Germany being only a child. After being deported, she went to Croatia and graduated with a Master's Degree in Hotelmanagemt. We are grateful that then, more than five years ago, she became part of the Bold Community working at the front office of Bold Frankfurt Messe. Today, she manages the Hotel alongside Hotel Manager Sebastian.

Moni in three words?

Ambitious. Loyal. Team player.

Your thoughts on working at Bold?

At Bold, absolutely no differences are made in terms of gender, origin or appearance. I am simply Moni here. Our team is diverse, multicultural and it feels like one big community. We work together as equals and it's just fun.

What means Bold to you?

It means being free and courageous, speaking your opinion openly and accepting those of others.

What's your favourite memory at Bold?

Bold gave me the love of my life: Miro. I met him here and we are still a happy couple.

What's your superpower?

I am a genuine organisation queen.

Who inspires you?

My mum. She is just so strong and has always done the best for us.

What advice would you give your 18-year-old self?

I would say to myself: Have courage! I was much too shy when I was younger and in the end, it wasn't necessary. Bold is the best example that no one has to pretend anything to succeed.

Sandeep, a woman with exotic features, long dark hair and a strong appearance

View

Sandeep, Front Office Agent at Bold Campus

Sandeep, Front Office Agent
at Bold Campus

Born in India, Sandeep relocated to Germany a couple of years ago, after graduating from Uni. Right then she became part of the Bold Campus team. As a front-office agent, she loves working with people, the direct contact with guests and creating an unforgettable stay for them.

What do you do?

I am a Front Office Agent, Journalist, CEO, social Activist and Mom. 

What's your story?

Not a single word of German. Never worked in Hospitality. But a big dream. When I left India, I was accepted at Bold right away - despite being a mother and not speaking the language. And I became a strong, powerful woman with a clear identity.  

What's your superpower?

I can read people's minds. Literally. I know what they want before they do. I'm often able to anticipate other peoples' wishes early on and make them happen. I like making people happy. 

Do you do good?

I am involved in social organisations, where I get to know many women who have given up upon themselves. I simply try to support these women, gain their trust and help them to find better ways of coping. Many of them get better and that fills my heart with pride. Even during work, I always try to help when I feel that someone feels inferior or that someone is not doing well.
Marie, a young woman with long hair and a determined gaze

View

Marie-Louise, Cluster Hotel Manager at Munich Bold Hotels

Marie-Louise, Cluster Hotel Manager
of both Munich Bold Hotels

High Heels and linguistics. That's Marie-Louise. She grew up trilingually and spent several years in France and England. Marie-Luise manages Bold Munich Centre and Bold Munich Giesing. She loves to get things done. 

Marie-Louise in three?

Crazy. Nosy. Bold.

Any initial thoughts?

It's sometimes exhausting, to work in a male-dominated industry. But that's not the case at Bold. Many leading positions are held by women. Weare easy-going, respectful and great with each other.

What means Bold to you?

It means making fearless decisions and sometimes jumping into the deep end. And it also means swimming against the tide and standing by your decisions, even if you have to bear the consequences.

What's your biggest dream?

For the world, I wish that we no longer need something like International Women's Day. I wish for a life without envy, but with equality. For all genders.

So, your story? 

Its actually really funny. In my yearbook at the final year in uni, we had to describe each other. Quite a few people wrote about me: "Always be bold!". Well, here I am doing what I do. 

Julia, a woman with long hair and a big tattoo on her back

View

Julia, Deputy General Manager at Bold Campus

Julia, Deputy General Manager
of Bold Campus

If Julia isn't organising events or taking care of guests at Bold Campus, she is most likely to be found out and about in nature with Labrador Ben, her furry companion. Julia basically was born into gastronomy and still thrives on making events happen. 

Julia in three? 

Organised. Fearless. Strong-willed.

Is there anything you miss working at Bold? What could be even better?

Spontaneously, I'd say we all need to talk more: People, Colleagues, Hotels, internally & externally. Additionally, like many others, we suffer from an acute shortage of skilled staff in the hotel industry.

What is bold about Bold?

We don't have one of those old-school hierarchies. We are all on eye level. Amongst the team and with the guests. And we can actually be who we are. 

What do you want?

A bar on an island with only ten inhabitants. Everything to be in order and structure. 

What kind of advice would you give your 18-year-old self?

Do everything exactly the way you did - only with much more self-confidence.

Anything you'd like to add?

Women empower women with open and honest appreciation. This also applies to my team and our employees. It strengthens self-confidence and creates an environment of empowered females. 

Samira, an assertive, oriental-looking young woman

View

Samira, Dual Student Marketing

Samira, Dual Student
in Marketing

Hannah Montana Fangirl and creative Wizzard. Samira loves to explore the globe and get to know other cultures. As part of the marketing department, she loves shooting ideas and obsessing over things.

What do you love about your job?

Bold is my second home. I feel safe here and welcomed every day. I love giving free rein to my creativity and working on different tasks every day.

What does Bold mean?

Daring to risk new things and have the courage to do things differently. At Bold, you don't have to be afraid of being a re-invented version of yourself each day.

What did you want to be when you grow up?

I really wanted to become a singer. I was a huge Hannah Montana fan and even got a microphone for my 6th birthday ;).

Which woman inspires you the most?

My mum. She is a very strong person with a tough character. Without her, I wouldn't be the person I am today. Thanks to her, I have both feet on the ground and I don't let anyone drag me down. She shows me that I am special and that I don't have to pretend in order to achieve my goals.

What's your biggest dream?

Visiting Japan one day.

Yvonne, a strong woman with blonde hair and an attentive gaze

View

Yvonne, General Manager at Bold Campus

Yvonne, General Manager
of Bold Campus

Yvonne is a force of nature and gets things done. As the niece of two hotel managers, dog lover Yvonne was able to get a taste of hotel life at an early age. Today, she runs Bold Campus near Frankfurt with passion, courage and her exceptional team.

Please describe yourself in three words!

Loud. Quick. Emotional.

What is working at Bold like?

At Bold, equality between men and women is guaranteed. Even better, many of our management positions are held by women. I am perceived as a role model here, which makes me very happy. There are also great opportunities to support each other and to encourage other women in what they do.

What does being Bold mean?

Being brave is better than being perfect. And also being allowed to admit mistakes. It takes courage to be creative and to dare to do something new.

What's your superpower?

Enthusiasm and courage.

What would you love to do this year?

Do everything we have renounced for the last two years. Above all, being light-hearted in all we choose to do.

Portrait Petya

View

Petya, Cluster Executive Housekeeper at Bold Hotels in Munich

Petya, Executive Housekeeper
at the Munich Bold Hotels

Petya was born in Bulgaria and comes from a genuine gastronomic family. She has already worked in the hotel industry in several countries. At Bold Hotels, as Executive Housekeeper, she is leading the housekeeping team in Munich with passion and commitment.

Petya in three, please!

Self-confident. Disciplined. Heartfelt.

What do you love the most about your job?

I love that every day is a new challenge. Every day is different and extremely varied.

What means being Bold?

It means being cheeky and playful at times. And always having a wink in your eye.

Any thoughts about yourself?

If I had joined the criminal investigation police, like I wanted to as a child, there wouldn't be any criminals left in Munich. 

What advice would you give your 18-year-old self?

Live your life always 100%. You never know what's going to happen.

Portrait Jasmin

View

Jasmin, Chef at Bold Campus

Jasmin, Chef
at Bold Campus

Radiant Jasmin was born and raised in the Taunus region and is not only a Bold Woman but also a wonderful Mum. During her first internship, she got to know chef Sebastian. Together with the rest of the team, they rock the Bold Kitchen and bring the best from the region to the plate day after day.

Jasmin in three words, please!

Humorous. Structured. Lovable.

How does it feel working at Bold?

Even though our kitchen team is heavily dominated by men, I feel taken seriously as a woman at Bold. Equality is extremely important here.

What's your favourite memory while working at Bold?

I had a hard time settling in on my first day. Fortunately, my colleague Pavina approached me directly to help and support me. I have very fond memories of that. 

What advice would you give your 18-year-old self?

Don't let anyone try to tell you that you're not good enough. You are good enough. You are the best!

Any thoughts an empowering other women?

We are in this together. We need to support each other and motivate each other.

What would you love to do this year?

I really want to go skiing with my daughter.

Portrait Ritha (1)

View

Ritha, dual student at Bold Hotels in Munich

Ritha, Dual Student
at the Munich Bold Hotels

During her studies in tourism management, Miss Sunshine Ritha was already able to get to know several departments at Bold Hotels in Munich. What she likes most about working in the hotel industry is meeting different people every day and making many new experiences.

Ritha in three words!

Patient. Positive. Sunshine.

Thoughts about your job?

I think it's great that at Bold, colleagues are also friends. Besides, the work here is super educational. Because of the really flat hierarchies, I always have a sense of belonging and feel very welcomed.

What means Bold to you?

It feels like sparkling water. For me being Bold means being young at heart, refreshing and full of energy. 

As a child, what did you want to be when you grow up?

I have always wanted to work in the hotel industry. As a child, I went to Disneyland with my parents. That's when I realised: One day, I would like to create such magical moments for others myself.

What advice would you give your 18-year-old self?

It's is not that bad and your dreams do not come with an expiration date.