Monday, 01, March 2021

Why The Doyle Collection partners with Green Tourism

The Doyle Collection is a proud member of Green Tourism - with each hotel certified.

Suitecase made of green leaves


Dalloway Terrace

Dalloway Terrace with summer themed flowers

What Is Green Tourism? 

Green tourism, or eco-friendly tourism focuses on incorporating our planet and our people’s needs within the framework we use to run our hotel group, working together for a sustainable future.

  • Reducing energy use
  • Saving water
  • Efficient & eco-friendly waste disposal
  • Ethical buying
  • Staying local & seasonal
  • Minimising food miles
  • Promoting biodiversity
  • Adopting a smart, sustainable outlook from top to bottom

As a Green Tourism member, we are proud that these hospitality awards are seen worldwide as an indicator of good environmentally-friendly practice, tracking our journey to be carbon neutral and as a hallmark of ‘green quality’, that our guests can trust. 



The River Club Cork

River Club terrace in summertime

Current hotel awards:

  • The Doyle Collection Head Office - Gold
  • The Bristol - Gold
  • The Bloomsbury - Gold
  • The Marylebone - Gold
  • The Kensington - Gold
  • The Croke Park - Gold
  • The Westbury - Gold
  • The River Lee - Gold
  • The Dupont Circle - Gold






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Howth Harbour in summer time

What Does It Mean To Be Certified Gold With Green Tourism?

Each of our luxury hotels have had to embark on their own sustainability journey over the last few years, to earn their status as a Gold Certified hotel with Green Tourism.

 This is about more than just swapping out single use plastics in bedrooms, to achieve Gold, hotels need to invest in a truly sustainable operating model, embed a culture of green thinking and achieving within our teams at each property and commit to a roadmap of change.