(10 October 1943 - 14 March 1910) was a founder of M. Kempinski & Co. Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group with a history of more than 110 years. Since Berthold Kempinski and his wife Helena had no male children, they invited their son-in-law Richard Unger to join the business. He made a considerable contribution to the success and development of the firm, very soon took over its running, Berthold Kempinski transferred the firm to him on condition that he kept the name Kempinski.
Kempinski Hotels currently operates a total of 75 five-star hotels in 30 countries. This range is continually extended by the addition of new hotels in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, without losing sight of Kempinski’s claim to exclusivity and individuality, thus demonstrating the group’s capacity for expansion.
"Thank you Hotel Kempinski for the most wonderful stay! From beginning to end it was pure pleasure - a real home away from home. Hope to do it again someday."
― Rachel McAdams,