Good practice business HYATT REGENCY HOTEL NICE

Contributor Herbert Hamele
Country France
Keywords
  • ETGG2030-GP
Organisation HYATT REGENCY HOTEL NICE
Postal address 13 Promenade des Anglais, Nice, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France, 06000
Webpage https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/france/hyatt-regency-nice-palais-de-la-mediterranee/ncehr
Release date 08/04/2022
Landscape type Urban
Topics
  • Good Governance & CSR
GSTC Criteria for Industry
  • A1 Sustainability management system
  • A7.3 Sustainable practices and materials
  • D1.3 Energy conservation
  • D1.4 Water conservation
  • D2.1 Greenhouse gas emissions
  • D2.4 Solid waste
Marketplace category Accommodation Providers Accommodation Providers
Type Best Practice Business (Best Practice Business)
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Hotel

Size:

Medium

Protected areas nearby:

Mercantour National Park

Certifying body:

Green Globe

 

Outstanding contributions

Since launching its first environmental strategy in 2008, Hyatt has collaborated with hotel owners and operators to design and operate more efficient, lower impact hotels. The company states its commitment to continuing to advance meaningful actions to address climate change, water risks, and waste.

The Hyatt Regency in Nice is a traditional luxury hotel on the seafront.  It has pursued various initiatives to improve the efficiency and sustainability of its operations, partly influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic. A new type of room cleaning service has been introduced, using a dry steam machine together with related training for full time and temporary staff.  This process is ideal for maintaining hygienic surfaces on all types of materials, including marble, wood, glass, carpet, fabric and plastic.  It thereby creates a safer environment for guests and staff.  The hotel has 14 recycling streams in operation. In particular, the collection of hygiene and care products by Clean the World gives a second life to unused soaps and shower gels, while also helping people in need. A major initiative to increase energy efficiency is an ongoing programme to replace its 20-year-old boilers,

The hotel has been working on the way it calculates and collates carbon footprint data that is based on room nights and occupancy levels. For this it uses software tools provided by its parent company to produce room-night carbon footprint figures, set up future targets and track progress. 

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