Hotel Royal Elysées 

      Sustainable development (SD) refers to a mode of human development in which resource use aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but also for generations to come. The term 'sustainable development' was used by the Brundtland Commission which coined what has become the most often-quoted definition of sustainable development: "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.".

In our Hotel, with the help of Mr REVOL director of the company HTC (Hôtellerie Tourisme Conseils) we decided to adopt the following recommandations:

  • Print only when necessary.

  • work with suppliers who re-use their packaging.

  • Reduce the use of products in individual packaging

  • Encourage the purchase of wholesale products packaging.

  • Prefer reusable disposable products.

  • Turn off the light when not necessay

  • Plan defrost refrigerators and freezers.

  • Frequently descale the washing machines.

  • Adjusting the temperature of the washing water to the strict minimum.

  • Machines run only when filled to their maximum

  • Install the As-saving bulbs

  • Clean Dust refrigerators'grids and other cooling equipment.

  • Outside, clean without chemicals, water ends up in nature.

  • Check weekly for leaks on equipment.

  • Do not leave taps running.

  • Collect the papers made ​​available to customers and direct them to the recycling system

  • Collect outdated brochures and business fliers and foward then to the recycling system

  • Train the maids on how to maintain or change of towels

  • train the maids to the detection and reporting of leaks

and many other advises available on the staff guides



Hôtel Royal Elysées

6 Avenue Victor Hugo,

75116 Paris.



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Telephone : +33 1 45 00 05 57

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Fax : +33 1 45 00 13 88

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