Fuerte Group Hotels
Take a virtual tour of the sustainability measures applied by Fuerte Hoteles; click on the icons to view descriptions of the improvements to each environmental aspect made by the chain.
For each area of the hotel, graphics represent all the actions implemented by the company to ensure that guests also gain an awareness of of, and participate in respect and care for the environment.
Virtual tour of sustainability measures
For more than 60 years, Fuerte Hotels has participated in responsible tourism, which allows us to coexist in harmony with the environment as well as our cultural and socio-economic surroundings.
All of our hotels have adopted sustainability as their guiding principle and incorporate new management systems that ensure a minimal impact on the environment and promote the local culture and economy. We also focus on people’s wellbeing, including that of our clients, our employees and even people not connected with our hotels who are in need and at risk.
Fuerte Hoteles has, at FITUR 2016, become a signatory to the WTO’s Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, as well as the Spanish Network of the United Nations’ Global Compact, both fundamental frameworks of reference for responsible and sustainable tourism, based on a set of ethical principles covering human rights, labour laws, the environment and the fight against corruption, in line with the Sustainable Development Objectives (SDO).
Fuerte Hoteles subsequently participated in a project coordinated by both organisations – the Spanish Global Compact Network and the World Tourism Organization entitled Responsible tourism, everybody’s commitment along with other Spanish entities. This project highlighted the role played by tourism companies in achieving the SDOs, and developing corporate social responsibility practices. On the 19th of September, a site was launched with an e-publication, video testimonials and a compilation of best practices.
Another example of our commitment to the environment is our partnership with the Glaucal de la Nava Association for its Spanish fir conservation project in Sierra de las Nieves.
Thanks to our commitment with the Spanish Global Compact Network we have submitted our Communication on Progress (COP), a report where we state our continued support to the UN Global Compact an its 10 principles, including a description of actions or relevant policies related to Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-Corruption. Download here.
In addition to underscoring our commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and celebrating the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017, we encourage you to join our initiative and add even more value to your trip.
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2017
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2016
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2015
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2014
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2013
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2012
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2011
Download Corporate Social Responsability 2010