Topic: Eco-Friendly Hotels
The company plans to stop using single-use plastics across all operational departments, including rooms, spa, transport, restaurants and bars.
Marriott expects the overwhelming majority of its more than 7,000 hotels to use larger, pump-topped bathroom amenity bottles by December 2020.
According to IHG, the artificial intelligence-enabled Winnow Vision technology will help hotels reduce food waste by 30 percent.
The Adler Lodge Ritten, a sister property to the Adler Thermae in Tuscany and Adler Lodge Alpe, is set to open next month.
By incorporating nature and eco-friendly products, hotel lobbies are leading the way in wellness-forward design.
Two new resorts are underway for an undeveloped region of the Dominican Republic—and they are both taking steps to protect the local environment.
The LEED Gold certified hotel is 100 percent plastic bottle and plastic straw-free, and guests have access to refillable water stations with glass cups and bottles.
New initiatives include installing a new renewable energy source and implementing a chemical-free cleaning program.
Hilton is instituting science-based targets to reduce carbon emissions and send zero soap to landfills by 2030.
Leonardo DiCaprio has agreed to invest in Hagag Group Real Estate Development's new eco-certified hotel in Herzliya.