Travelling green and embracing your responsibility towards the planet makes for a perfect holiday for modern travelers. Sustainable stays are growing in popularity, with more travelers opting for modern luxury stays that support our environment. We believe that sustainability and luxury can go hand in hand. So, we have gone that extra green mile to find incredibly stylish yet sustainable stays for our guests.
Enjoy great experiences at our sustainable stay offers. Go green with WorldHotels properties and find your perfectly climate conscious stay with us.
Carlton Hotel Singapore their "Go Green, Stay Sustainable" initiative is introduced to minimize our environmental footprint by reducing water, electricity consumption and wastage in the hotel. They are committed to a more sustainable future by implementing the following policies Environmental Sustainability Policy, Green Procurement Policy, and Water & Energy Efficiency Plan Policy
Head to Caravelle Saigon in Vietnam where they have upgraded their stays with many new and innovative environmental and sustainable programmes and practices. The hotel secured its ‘Earth Check’ gold certificate as the first and only property in Vietnam since 2015. They have implemented their glass and refillable bottle project to remove up to 300,000 single-use plastic bottles a year in both their rooms and banqueting operations. Their newly renovated guest rooms are fitted with 100% electricity saving LED bulbs and double-glazed windows to reduce the workload on Air Conditioning and keep the rooms insulated. Their in-room amenities, including shavers, toothbrushes and combs have also been sourced from wheat husk, which is 100% biodegradable. Two months ago, Caravelle Saigon also won the Best Green Business Award from the European Chamber of Commerce.
In Ubud, Indonesia, at the Sens Hotel & Spa they have incorporated a green concept of saving energy using solar energy as the first large-scale hotel with solar panels for electricity in Ubud, Bali. In their utmost consideration of corporate social responsibility toward energy consumption and conservation, solar panels were installed to address lighting requirements for all guest corridors, landscaped areas, and the main hotel entry.
Alternatively, Ten Hill Place Hotel, in Edinburgh, UK, is increasingly mindful of the impact they have on the environment and the need to act responsibly. The hotel plays its part by participating in the Green Tourism Business Scheme, an initiative driven by Visit Scotland, (Scotland's national tourism body). They are delighted to have held the Gold Award in Green Business Tourism since 2009. They took a decision to remove plastic water bottles from bedrooms and leave Scottish wildflower seeds for guests to take away and plant, contributing positively to the ecosystem. They have also implemented “Choose to be” green scheme, where you can forgo housekeeping to save cleaning materials. In return, they will donate £5 per night to Bowel Cancer UK.
At Gleddoch Golf Resort & Spa, Scotland the hotel strives to ensure sustainable stays by using local businesses across their different departments and they are constantly looking for new ways to improve their sustainability and reduce the environmental impact. Starting with their restaurants, The Chefs are committed to sourcing fresh and local ingredients. They have a dedicated section on their website that explains our Chef’s passion for locally sourced gastronomy.
"As a Chef, I am passionate about using ingredients that are fresh, local, and sustainable to create dishes that highlight and enhance the true beauty of my Scottish heritage.
Foraging is an important part of the dishes we create at Gleddoch. Ingredients such as elderberries, sea buckthorn and many seaside herbs and vegetables are foraged by me and the team.
Many of the fresh herbs and flowers that we use in our offering have been grown on-site here in the hotel grounds. Combined with locally sourced ingredients, our dishes have a real sense of Scottish authenticity with the unique flavours of the Renfrewshire countryside."
Moving on to the Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square has been a proud resident of downtown Philadelphia, USA since 1928.They are committed to doing their part to ensure that they can continue serving the city for another century and beyond. Every individual action they take to promote conservation and efficiency is a step to a cleaner, healthier future. Some of their green initiative highlights are their recycling program for electronics, batteries, and lightbulbs. Their housekeeping implementation of the linen reuse program, And the Keyless entry for staff to reduce plastic use and water-controlled showerheads in guest rooms.
Reconnect in a truly sustainable way, Nordic Hotel Forum, in Tallinn, Estonia, has six beehives on their roof, and fresh honey is served at breakfast. It is proud to be the first hotel in Tallinn to lead the way in urban beekeeping in the heart of the city. Bees are one of nature’s wonders and as a Green Key hotel, they are happy and proud to have six beautiful beehives with over 360,000 bees right on their rooftop! They would like to thank to the Tallinn Beekeepers Society who helped them to take the best care of the bees!
During your stay, enjoy the best view of the hives from their Leisure Centre, or from the guest rooms on the 7th and 8th floors across the courtyard.
And lastly, At the Gothia Towers, Sweden the hotel believes that sustainable development is essential, and that a good meeting place should consider both people and the environment. Sustainable development has been a natural part of their operations for many years now. They believe that a good meeting place should not just be ready for the future – it should lead us there. They support organizations and projects that aim to benefit people at a local level. One of these is El Sistema, a non-profit association with roots in Venezuela, which uses music to bring about positive change in the lives of children. In partnering with El Sistema, they are helping to develop its activities here in Gothenburg, which includes co-hosting concerts. Around 1,600 children in the Gothenburg area are currently learning to play a variety of musical instruments.
The kitchen garden up on the roof of Upper House is in full bloom during the summer months, and the buzzing of 150,000 bees valiantly competes with the noise of the city 27 floors below. Their garden produce is KRAV-certified, and like the herbs and spices grown up here, the honey is used in their restaurants’ dishes, as well as to flavour their own beer.