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Hotel St Clemens

Hotel St Clemens

The Hotel St Clemens is a small family-run hotel located centrally of the old town, close to the sea. The ...
Hotel RH Corona del Mar

Hotel RH Corona del Mar

Located within easy reach of Elche Park, the port and the historical centre of Benidorm, The RH Corona del ...
Amalurra Hotel

Amalurra Hotel

The Hotel Amalurra has been awarded with the first edition of the SOHO awards (launched by the Valencian ...
Cubix Hotel

Cubix Hotel

The Cubix Hotel is a 4* modern hotel, built from the ground and opened in April, 2008. It has 57 rooms, a ...
Grand Hotel Balvanyos

Grand Hotel Balvanyos

Grand Hotel Balvanyos is an oasis of tranquility in the middle of nature, located in a privileged natural ...

WHAT THE NEZEH IS?

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NeZEH is abbreviation of the Nearly Zero Energy Hotel

Now days 16 Hotels in 7 European countries are part of neZEH

NeZEH encourages and proposes concrete solutions to EU hotel owners.

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Nearly Zero Energy Building

High Energy performance; Low energy demand; Residual demand covered by Renewable Energy Sources.

Commitment to the environment and sustainability is a key prerequisite for hoteliers

ECOLABЕL HOTELS
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WHAT THE GREEN LEAF IS?

The Green Leaf™ Eco Standard (GLES) is specifically constructed as a sustainability and certification assessment tool for the performance management of any international organisation or property.

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WHAT THE ISO 14001 IS?

ISO 14001 is certification for Environmental Management Systems.

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WHAT THE ECOLABEL IS?

The EU certification of sustainably operating tourism businesses and takes account of their total resource use.

ECOLABEL CAMPINGS EUROPE

The criteria for camp site service, as a sub-group according to art.2 comma 3 of the regulation, will now simply be an adaptation and eventual integration of ...

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ISO 14001 HOTELS
ASEAN GREEN HOTELS

GREEN LEAF HOTELS THAILAND

The Tourism Authority of Thailand is asking you to ‘Enjoy Travel and Care for the Environment’. They are asking this of all parties concerned in tourism - you ...

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