At the end of September, Comfort Hotel® chose to check guests into Green Rehab. They asked guests for tips and ideas for how they can go easy on the planet – and this resulted in more than 1,000 responses! The comments will now be reviewed with the hope of making our planet a little greener.
Last year, Comfort Hotel looked at all over-consumption and signed up for plastic rehab to get rid of all unnecessary disposable plastic. Now the urban hotel chain has taken it a step further.
You can find information about Comfort Hotel's environmental work at the hotel's various stations at all 31 Comfort Hotels in the Nordic countries. Everything from how the hotels have removed unnecessary disposable plastic like plastic straws and plastic cups, to recycling methods, the use of environmentally friendly detergents and, not least, the healthy and sustainable breakfast buffet.
The goal is to raise awareness of environmental problems the world is facing and how Comfort Hotel, as a hotel chain, is working to reduce its environmental impact. Respecting the planet and humans is part of our DNA.
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Comfort Hotel does a great deal to protect the environment. Here are some examples of what the hotel chain is proud to have accomplished as well as their goals for the future:
All guests receive an environmentally friendly and ecologically degradable coffee cup. You can then return to a Comfort Hotel to have more environmentally-friendly organic fair trade coffee.
Comfort Hotel is always looking for new and smart ways to reduce its ecological footprint, and would love your input! Share your best environmental tips and join the draw for a free stay at a Comfort Hotel of your choice. Click here to submit your environmental tip.
We have a tradition and a culture at Nordic Choice Hotels of doing more than what is expected of us - for our guests, employees, society and the environment. We call this work WeCare. Read more about how we work with sustainability and corporate social responsibility.