Regenerative Hospitality explained

The Hospitality and Tourism industries have a tremendous impact on people and on our planet (resources, biodiversity loss, waste, pollution, employment & working conditions, living conditions of the locals…).

This can be regarded as an issue but also as an OPPORTUNITY to make a positive impact by reversing the current adverse trend and implementing life-affirming ecosytems that thrive.

Regenerative Hospitality has the power to make travel a force for good by revitalizing our social and environmental ecosystems while offering guests transformational experiences.

Regenerative Hospitality Principles:

Designing with Nature in Mind

Designing hotel project inspired by nature, using natural material, biophilia and biomimicry principles, to enhance the unique “Sense of the Place” and leave the slightest footprint.

Supply Chain Integration

Operating properties in a way that accounts for the entire hotel supply chain, identifying interactions between stakeholders, to the benefits of the entire ecosystem.

Transformational experiences for the guests

Creating experiences that benefit both the travelers and the location, and prioritizing progress for the benefit of local communities and ecosystems.

Inclusion of Local Communities

Rethinking the role of hotels and envisioning them as “stewards” of the Place, catalysing change in their local communities, building capabilities for all stakeholders, and enabling the potential of the Place to emerge.

Changing Our Mindsets

Becoming Regenerative requires us to change our worldview and rethink the way we live, lead, operate, and interact with each other, reconnecting with ourselves, others, and the world around us.

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