Belize City’s very own Radisson Fort George Hotel & Marina has once again acquired the prestigious Green Key Certification, recognizing its commitment to sustainable operations and activities. Unlocking sustainability in the hospitality industry, Green Key is a voluntary eco-label awarded to over 3,200 hotels in 65 countries. Since their last green audit in 2019, Radisson has ‘graduated’ to 4 Green Keys! Rising by another level in eco-rank, Radisson thanks their updated energy-efficient equipment and sustainable maintenance programs.
Nevertheless, Radisson continues to uphold Green Key Global’s criteria with some of their existing efforts. Specifically, their recycling programs, energy saving practices, eBills for guests, LED furnishings in all rooms and public areas, reducing waste, and offering ‘green’ alternatives to guests.
As with all our successes, it’s our passionate team members who have made this achievement happen”, says Radisson’s General Manager, Sandra-Grisham Clothier. “Our hotel strives to find a good balance between sustainability and comfort. Ultimately, our goal is to make your experience as eco-friendly and sustainable as possible.”
Known for its “YES I CAN!” mantra, Radisson Fort George Hotel & Marina continues to set the bar in service and sustainable excellence. Over the years, Radisson has earned several accreditations, including the Radisson Hotels Group Responsible Business Award and the Green World Awards for Sustainability. Radisson is committed to their values of sustainable, responsible living. Specifically, through their numerous eco-friendly initiatives. By staying with an environmentally-certified hotel, you are actively choosing to reduce your travel footprint.
About Green Key
Green Key’s award is the leading standard for excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and sustainability in tourism. A Green Key stands for the promise to its guests that by opting to stay with the Green Key establishment, they are helping to make a difference on an environmental level. Green Key is eligible for hotels, hostels, small accommodations, campsites, holiday parks, conference centres, restaurants, and attractions. Additionally, these high environmental standards are rigorously documented and frequently audited.