Sustainable Stays

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.
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What is Hotel Sustainability Basics?

At Radisson Hotels, we are driven by our Responsible Business pillars Think People, Think Community, Think Planet. 

We are committed to the pathway of net positive hospitality, and we offer Sustainable Stays verified on Hotel Sustainability Basics and certified by a leading hotel eco-label.

How are the basics implemented in our hotels?

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Robust approaches to measuring and reducing energy and water consumption, waste and carbon emissions 

  • 1. Measure and reduce energy use 
  • 2. Measure and reduce water use 
  • 3. Identify and reduce waste 
  • 4. Measure and reduce carbon emissions

Fundamental actions to protect the environment 

  • 5. Linen reuse program 
  • 6. Green cleaning products 
  • 7. Vegetarian options 
  • 8. No single-use plastic straws and stirrers 
  • 9. Replace single-use plastic water bottles 
  • 10. Replace single-use plastic mini toiletry bottles
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Fundamental actions for a positive contribution to the communities in which hotels are located 

  • 11. Community benefit 
  • 12. Reduce Inequalities

Why stay at an eco-labelled hotel?

Selected hotels advance from verified Sustainable Stays with Hotel Sustainability Basics. 

As part of Radisson Hotel’s pathway to net positive hospitality, hotels are encouraged to advance their sustainability pathway with a robust and structured sustainability plan of action and gain a recognized third-party eco-label for its sustainability efforts. This is an excellent way for hotels to showcase their sustainability performance and improve their positive impact.

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