When people have different definitions of luxury, how can you ensure all guests get the kind of experience they’re looking for from your property? David Zitzelsberger, Director of Revenue at The Mandrake, shares how they’ve achieved this balance
Sustainability is no longer a fence for the travel industry to sit on. Booking.com’s annual sustainability research shows just how serious travelers are about reducing their travel footprint and choosing businesses that help them travel sustainably
About a third of the food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. Given that food can represent a significant cost, reducing waste has huge savings potential – and a positive impact on your environmental footprint.
Your business’ social and economic context has a big impact on its success. That’s why engaging with stakeholders in your local community is an important part of any sustainability strategy, no matter what type of property you run.
The accelerated warming of the planet—and the resulting impact on ecologies and economies—makes energy sources and efficiency the top sustainability priorities. But reducing energy consumption and switching your remaining power needs to renewable sources doesn’t just benefit the planet. It can also lower your operational costs.