Hotel Sustainability Basics

On the path to a sustainable hospitality industry

Committed to a collective vision towards more sustainability in hospitality

At Radisson Hotel Group, we are driven by our Responsible Business pillars Think People, Think Community, Think Planet. As part of this commitment, we are partnering with the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) to establish a new globally recognized set of sustainability indicators, Hotel Sustainability Basics.
Responsible Business - Making a difference

What is Hotel Sustainability Basics?

Our guests and partners want to protect the planet. So do we. Hotel Sustainability Basics is is driven by a global collection of hotel groups, associations and destinations, with a vision and commitment, to creating a more sustainable hotel industry. We believe in reducing our environmental footprint, supporting our local communities and promoting inclusion and equality within our teams. A better future, and a better planet for all, is at the heart of what the program aims to achieve.

How are the basics implemented in our hotels?

Responsible Business - Responsible Business Partners UN Global Compact


We are committed to reducing our hotel's ecological footprint by improving our energy efficiency and water consumption. To this end we have multiple services available such as: our towel reuse program, carbon neutral meetings and waste management through the elimination of single-use plastics and the reduction of food waste.
Responsible Business - Planet


We are committed to creating a better future by reducing negative impacts on our planet. We already do this by replacing harmful cleaning products with eco-labelled products, offering vegetarian options on all our menus, not having plastic straws and stirrers, and introducing, as of 2024, bulk amenities in all our hotels.
Responsible Business - People holding earth


We want to contribute to a better evolution of society by integrating our activities in the social aspects of our community. To generate this positive impact in our community we rely on local suppliers, make donations and agreements with different local organizations in which our employees provide volunteering, and have women in leadership positions.