Sixteen of them have submitted an application highlighting the actions and strategies they deploy to limit their impact on the planet.
At Accor, we use 200M+ single-use plastic products per year in our rooms, meetings, restaurants and leisure areas. As part of our commitment to reduce the Group’s environmental impact, Accor goes further than the competition and local legislations and announced a new commitment to eliminate all guest-related single-use plastic items in all hotels by end 2022.
Combining eco friendly and business considerations when building a hotel if relevant and productive
Blue Palace is committed to hiring local staff wherever possible and embraces that many people work as farmers in low season, as Crete is a highly self-sustainable island known for its agriculture. We are investing in our employees’ agricultural efforts with the Phāea Farmers Program.
We have developed pajamas made from 400 thread count sheets that are no longer in use and donating the money.
The energy generated by the installation has been allocated in full to the hotel and will allow savings of up to 30% the total electrical consumption.
voco is a brand built on sustainability, allowing us to look after the planet with the same care as we look after our guests.
Journey to Tomorrow is IHG Hotels and Resorts’ 10-year responsible business plan – our global commitments to make a positive difference for people, communities and planet.
A multi award winning hotel, the London Heathrow Marriott has worked hard to tackle many social and environmental issues in the diverse community of Hillingdon. Situated close to one of the world’s largest airports, our 393 bedroom property is more than just a busy airport hotel.
Leading the way to repurpose food waste, reduce water & energy usage with a multifaceted approach to sustainability.
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa Edinburgh and Marriott International - creating a positive and sustainable impact wherever we do business.
Since 2019, SOFITEL BOGOTA VICTORIA REGIA is the first ACCOR South American Hotel to be Free of one time use plastic.
We emphasize local purchasing with a focus on the vulnerable population (social support).
Sun Marine Research Centre at Long Beach Hotel is developing the first micro fragmenting land-based coral farm on the Island of Mauritius in collaboration with University of Mauritius and Dr David Vaughan from Plan a Million Coral Foundation, Florida, USA. The three main elements of the project as a business case are: • Coral reef restoration – Actively restoring coral reef, eco-tourism conservation • Science – The technique is guided by research and collaboration. • Education - we are engaging and empowering the community. Using this method, Dr David Vaughan has proven that he can grow a coral in 1-2 years that would normally have taken 15-25 years. Through this innovative technique we can regrow our reefs at rates 25-40x faster than they occur naturally! This has a huge impact on the rate at which we can save and recover the lost reefs!
This project describes how deeply we are rooted in our legacy, while also exploring new frontiers in sustainability, not only in our operations but across value chain as well.
The diferent programs that Hotel Arts Barcelona applies in order to save energy, reduce waste and be greener with the environment
Exclusively located in a separate annex to the Hotel's main building these new Suites are unique, targeting today's traveller be they business or leisure.
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