at PREM Hospitality
We're Going Green
To Keep Our Planet Clean
At PREM Hospitality, we understand that by making positive choices we can all reduce our impact on the environment. Many of our guests are helping conserve energy by making some simple changes. We encourage you to join them in making PREM Hospitality properties more sustainable places to stay.
All our properties in Continental Europe joined Green Key, a voluntary eco-label awarded for excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism industry covering:
- Staff Involvement
- Environmental Management
- Guest Information
- Washing and Cleaning
- Corporate and Social Responsibility
- Green Activities
All our UK and Irish properties are accredited by Green Tourism, a sustainability certification programme promoting greener ways for businesses and organisations to operate by offering guidance on the following:
- Reducing energy use
- Saving water
- Efficient & eco-friendly waste disposal
- Ethical buying
- Staying local & seasonal
- Minimising food miles
- Promoting biodiversity
- Adopting a smart, sustainable outlook from top to bottom
Ways Guests Help
Some of our rooms are fitted with key card slots inside the door.
Please remove your key card from the slot when leaving your room.
If your room has a mini-fridge, ensure the door remains closed when not in use.
Be Water Wise
Please use water wisely.
Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth and only use the water you need.
Don’t overfill your kettle. Please only use the quantity of water you need at that time.
Unplug devices at the wall, standby mode is still using energy! Don’t leave devices on constant charge. Switch lights off before you leave.
Consider reusing towels when possible. Hang up your towel if you plan to use it again.
Towels left on the floor will be replaced.
Ensure the windows are closed when the heating is on.
Switch off the heating when you leave.
Lower the temperature of the thermostat if the room is too warm.
The optimum room temperature is between 16 and 20 degrees.