Dominus’s Hotels Achieve International Sustainability Accreditation Paving the Way to a Net Zero Portfolio
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London: Dominus Real Estate, a leading name in the hospitality development industry, is excited to announce its roadmap to achieve net-zero across its hotel portfolio through its partnership with international sustainability body, Green Key. Three hotels out of the five-strong portfolio have successful achieved the annual, global accreditation for the first time, with a pathway mapped out for the final two hotels to achieve the same status by the end of the year.

Green Key sets the standard for excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism sector. During the rigorous judging, Dominus’ hotels including;  Lost Property and The Dixon in London and Courtyard Oxford City Centre were assessed against strict standards, which are set by the global Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and backed by the World Tourism Organisation and the UN Environment Programme. These criteria include staff involvement, guest information and sustainable management of energy, waste, water, cleaning products, food and drinks.

Anupriya Rajpal, Senior Development Manager at Dominus said: “Our journey toward sustainability is a source of pride. This achievement reflects our hotels’ commitment to responsible choices that minimise our environmental impact, conserve resources, and enhance guest experiences sustainably. Our success is a result of strong collaboration with hotel partners and our supply chain. Moving forward, we remain determined to drive progress across our portfolio. Hampton by Hilton London City and Hampton by Hilton in Bath are next on our sustainability path, ensuring our hotel portfolio earns international recognition for embracing a greener, more responsible future.'”

In England, the scheme is managed by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, and Programme Manager Emma Whitlock said: “We are delighted to award three new hotels with Green Key certification: Lost Property, The Dixon and Courtyard Oxford City Centre. This award proves that luxury and sustainability can go hand in hand, meaning travellers do not have to compromise in order to curb their carbon impact.

“The Green Key programme not only serves to recognise the specific achievements of each establishment but also to create a network within the industry for the sharing of innovation and best practice, which these three hotels will now join.”

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