B&B Hotels unveils its new sustainable hospitality project

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Published on 15/03/23 - Updated on 15/03/23

Tres Cantos

The B&B Hotels chain, in collaboration with Sunny Casais, has laid the foundation stone of its B&B Hotel Tres Cantos, a property built in a hybrid manner with the assistance of the "Cree Buildings" sustainable industrial system.

The hotel is made up of 80% wood for the pillars, beams and façade and 20% concrete for the floors and communication cores, thus contributing to the reduction of its carbon footprint.

In addition, it is modular, which means that it can be easily assembled and dismantled at the end of its life cycle. In this sense, it is estimated that compared to a traditional construction system, this new hotel will reduce the carbon footprint by 60%, construction waste by 60%, noise pollution on site by 50% and delivery times by 30-50%, as well as increasing energy efficiency by 10%.

The future B&B Hotel Tres Cantos, located in the Ciudad de la Televisión, which is the largest audiovisual business complex in Spain, will have 120 rooms and is expected to open its doors by the end of 2024.

This new hotel has been created to respond in a more flexible and dynamic way to the accommodation needs of Tres Cantos, a unique municipality for several reasons: its youth, its excellent urban design, its high socio-cultural level and its business fabric with a strong R+D+i component. And this is thanks to the "CREE Buildings" system, which allows us to create high quality hybrid hotels in a fast, reliable and environmentally friendly way. 

Lucía Méndez-Bonito, CEO of B&B Hotels in Spain and Portugal



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  • B&B HOTELS France
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