A commitment to renewable energy
Reducing energy consumption
Light saving systems in 100 % of rooms and corridors
Solar panels to heat water Condensing boilers (recovery(recycling) of condensation/production/energy)
Recycling of rainwater for watering the garden, recycling grey water
Purchase of 100 % green electricity from EDF, Equilibre+ accreditation
Protecting natural resources
Reduced water flow
Use of recyclable materials
Selective sorting of waste (food, papers and cardboard (boxes), glass)
Recycling of paper and moderate daily use
Purchase of eco-responsible cleaning products
Encouragement for organic productions
Awareness-raising program for laundry
Participation in the Paris Destination Durable (Paris Sustainable Destination) programme(Holiday Inn Paris Canal de la Villette)
Signatory to the Charter for sustainable accommodation in Paris
HEQ – High Environmental Quality
A humanitarian commitment
Hotels-res supports the action of the NGO “Enfants du Mékong” (Children of the Mekong).
Enfants du Mékong has been working for over 55 years to help poor children go to school in Asia and acquire an educational level which allows them to obtain decent employment.
Its pedagogy in Asia is also centred on the empowerment of the children under their care, so that, as adults, they are committed to the welfare of the most deprived. As the slogan says:
“The child we help today will save his or her country tomorrow”
Across its hotels, Hotels-Res has set upa ‘solidarity” contribution systems which provides a means of sponsoring children in Asia:
One dish and one drink in each establishment are identified as “solidarity” drinks/meals using a green icon; when the customer chooses this dish or this drink, the hotel makes a commitment to pay €2 to the NGO Enfants du Mékong .
This is the equivalent of one day’s schooling for a poor child of South-East Asia.
A dynamic and sporting commitment
Since 2014, Hotels-Res has been sponsoring the tennis player Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
Born on 18 March 1991 in Schiltigheim, Pierre-Hugues Herbert is a French tennis player who has played professionally since 2010.
He started out on the junior circuit in 2006. In 2009, he won the doubles junior title at Wimbledon with Kevin Krawietz. He ended his junior career ranked 9th in the world, turning professional at the beginning of 2010.
In 2013, he participated in his first ATP tournament in Metz by qualifying; he was knocked out of the first round by Florian Mayer. He drew attention by qualifying for the Paris Masters.
Then, in the first round, to general surprise, he outclassed BenoîtPaire, ranked world 26th, before being defeated by Novak Djokovic despite a spirited fight.
In 2014, his status as a lucky loser propelled him directly into the last sixteen at the Brisbane Open but he lost against Sam Groth. He won his first singles title at the Quimper Challenger, beating Vincent Millot, and was then offered a place in the main draw at the French Open, where he lost to John Isner.
He gained his first ATP doubles title at the Japan Open.
For the second time in his career, this native of Strasbourg, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, won both the singles and doubles finals of a Challenger tournament on 09/11/14.
Having brought off this tour de force in February 2014 in Quimper, Herbert, seeded n°5, repeated it at Vendée.
Steadily on the increase towards the highest world level, he was finalist of the Open of Australia 2015 in double.