We Care

Red Carnation Hotels is committed to helping protect the natural and cultural heritage found in each location. We are a company dedicated to building a sustainable future for the surrounding communities and wildlife, in order to maintain a sense of place for staff and guests for many years to come.

Red Carnation Hotels proudly works alongside the TreadRight Foundation, a not-for-profit organization created as a joint initiative between The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) family of brands to #MakeTravelMatter through conservation, leadership and support for communities. TTC remains dedicated to removing as many unnecessary single use plastics from its worldwide supply chains on our thousands of immersive trips and experiences delivered in over 70 countries around the world, every day. We continue to reduce most unnecessary single-use plastics within our hotels and we remain committed and dedicated to achieving these important steps by December 2022.



In proud partnership

Projects and progress

Floris
Floris of London

Red Carnation Hotels have partnered with Floris, a British bespoke perfumery committed to environmental responsibility.

01st April 2020

Bea Tollman in the kitchen with Paula Stakelum
Eliminating waste with Winnow Solutions

We have recently partnered with Winnow Solutions, a cutting-edge waste management company who will help us reduce our food waste.

10th March 2020

Regency Suite
Red Carnation Hotel's commitment to sustainability

In partnership with Businesswise, we have committed to securing 100% renewable electricity for all our UK properties.

 

Exploring Bushmans Kloof
Revealing the mysteries of Bushmans Kloof rock art

Bushmans Kloof's rock art is a National Heritage Site. Here we reveal its mysteries with curator Londi.

 

Sustainable initiatives in technology
How technology transforms sustainability

Technology is helping people around the world live greener lives, here's how it's applied across our hotels.

 

Collecting honey
Meet Bea's bees

Meet Bea's bees, over half a million honeybees spread across three of our hotels. Here we explore why they're so special.

04th April 2020

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