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Eco-friendly initiatives benefit the community

Hotels play an important role in the travel and tourism industry, which contributes to the economic development of local communities around the world. We have a responsibility to the people and the physical environment of those communities—a responsibility to see that the community is not hurt by our presence but is enhanced by it, both economically and socially.

We achieve this goal by going about our business in a responsible manner. At the Radisson, Responsible Business is centered on three important areas:
  1. Taking responsibility for diversity, inclusion, and the health, safety and security of our employees and guests
  2. Showing leadership in social and ethical responsibility issues within the company as well as in the community
  3. Reducing our negative impact on the environment

The Radisson has a rich history of Responsible Business practices, offering a strong foundation as we continue to build on that history. Ultimately, we strive to serve the common good through our commitment to social responsibility.

World Childhood Foundation
The Radisson is proud to support the World Childhood Foundation, which is committed to defending the rights of the child and securing better living conditions for children and young women at risk all over the world.

The Radisson has signed and is committed to upholding The Code of Conduct to Protect Children Against Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism, aka "The Code." Through this international set of guidelines, supported by ECPAT, travel and tourism companies have pledged to help end commercial sex trade of children.

United Nations Global Compact
Radisson Hotel Group was one of the first global hospitality companies to sign the United Nations Global Compact, the largest corporate responsibility initiative in the world.

General hotel initiatives (including third-party certifications)

  • Faucets in the bathrooms have gaskets that regulate water pressure.
  • Faucets in the bathrooms have a monochromatic system.
  • Restrooms in public and administrative areas have infrared sensors (motion).
  • Staff bathrooms use recycled paper towels.
  • The hotel uses energy-saving light bulbs.


  • Authorized staff change bed linens every two days, especially for long stays.
  • On guest check-out, the staff immediately turns off the lights in vacated rooms.
  • The staff follows a paper-recycling policy.

Conference & meeting services

  • The hotel uses energy-saving light bulbs.

Food & beverage

  • Kitchens gas consumption is kept minimal while not in use (using pilot system).
  • The hotel recycles paper.
  • The hotel uses energy-saving light bulbs.
  • When two linens are placed in a service, the one underneath is reused as long as it is clean.

Engineering & maintenance

  • Batteries are sent to authorized centers that are approved for this type of recycling.
  • Laptops are left in a state of hibernation to avoid excess energy consumption.
  • Lights are turned off when there is no staff working.
  • Staff uses paper sheets for printing on both sides.
  • The hotel uses recycled printer toners.


  • The hotel uses energy-saving light bulbs.

Human resources

  • An annual social event is held in which the hotel invites all the staff to participate and raise funds to help children who are victims of neglect and abuse.

Sales Department

  • Staff print on both sides of paper.
  • The hotel uses energy-saving light bulbs.


  • Staff print on both sides of paper.
  • The hotel uses energy-saving light bulbs.