Partners involved in an environmentally responsible approach

Would you like to organise a 100% sustainable event? Consult the list of hotels that are Convention Bureau members and have chosen to make a commitment to the planet.

Last updated date : 18/10/2019

Hôtel Lyon Métropole

Located in a green setting on the banks of the Saône, the four-star Hôtel Lyon Métropole became Lyon's first hotel to receive 'Lyon Ville Équitable & Durable', certification in March 2018, in recognition of its exemplary commitment to sustainable development. As part of the Go Green environmental responsibility scheme introduced by the Arteloge group, the hotel strives to reduce its water and electricity consumption, with measures such as the installation of regulators on taps in rooms, notices in bathrooms to limit towel changes, detectors on taps in communal areas, and use of low-consumption light bulbs.    
Waste management (collection and recycling of cardboard boxes, place mats, plastic bottles and caps, etc.) is also part of the Go Green scheme. The Hôtel Lyon Métropole**** is the first partner establishment of the association Unisoap to collect used soap in rooms in order to recycle them for humanitarian purposes. This environmental, social and humanitarian challenge is supported by the Arteloge group and involves all of the hotel's employees.
Further information on the hotel here.

 

Novotel Lyon Confluence

Since the opening of the hotel, we have looked after our resident bees in two bee hives on our roof. In partnership with a local association and as part of our Planet 21 approach, we identified a population of more than 20,000 bees in the spring. The harvest – an average of 15 kg of honey per year – is reserved as a privilege for the hotel’s guests, for their breakfast. The production of this nectar, with no pesticides or insecticides, contributes to the survival of these pollinating insects, which are essential for the reproduction of plants. This environmentally responsible commitment brings the hotel into the local economic fabric, promoting quality local food and supporting ecological transition. 
Further information on the hotel here.

 

Ibis Lyon Gare Part-Dieu

Raising awareness of the environment among the team enables us to best meet our Accorhotels environmental commitments. Certified ‘Planet 21 Bronze’, the ibis Lyon Gare La Part-Dieu hotel suggests the reuse of bathroom towels to guests, enabling the planting of trees thanks to water and energy savings, and provides eco-labelled bathroom product dispensers to reduce individual packaging waste and food waste.
Further information on the hotel here.

 

 

Domaine Lyon Saint-Joseph 

The team at Domaine LSJ is environmentally responsible. This commitment includes waste sorting (coffee grounds, oil, plastic, cardboard, organic waste, recycled rough paper, batteries, etc., via Ecovalim), energy saving measures (use of LED light bulbs, boiler replacement, presence detectors, tap aerators), working with local producers as much as possible (fruit and vegetables, jam, wine, meat), and using eco-labelled cleaning products. Environmental awareness is raised among the entire team, from the room attendants to dishwashers, sales representatives, wait staff, the Chef and their team, the accountant and management.
Further information on Domaine Saint-Joseph here.

 

Valpré

Green inspiration in Lyon. Come and find inspiration at Valpré, in a calm, green setting, and make the most of the space to grow your projects.  Our clients have said that “The team at Valpré is attentive, proactive, curious and professional.” Nature is preserved on our grounds, where you will find a pair of peacocks, squirrels and many birds. In the spring of 2018, we planted a large plot to grow organic vegetables, which will be used to make the food served to guests. For breakfast, we serve Miel de Valpré (Valpré honey).  On our meadows, your teams can take up the challenges of our team-building activities. Respect for people and nature, project development, source of inspiration. Valpré offers a winning solution! 
Further information on Valpré here.

 

Hôtel Radisson Blu

REZIDOR has always been committed to being a responsible company. We take into account economic, social, ethical and environmental issues in our decisions on a daily basis. This commitment has led to the creation of a scheme to promote the environment and human rights: Responsible Business.
Further information on the hotel here.

 

 

Ibis Lyon Centre Perrache

Do you know how our towels are related to trees? Reusing your towel = less water and energy for laundry. We reinvest 50% of savings in agroforestry projects and have planted 816 trees with “Plant for the Planet”. 
Further information on the hotel here.

 

 

 

Vue extérieure de la Villa Florentine © Dortmann

La Villa Florentine 

A former sixteenth-century convent, ideally located on Fourvière hill, the five-star Villa Florentine is a member of Relais & Châteaux. It has preserved its historical charm, while offering guests all modern comforts, and adopted an environmentally responsible approach. As part of the Go Green scheme introduced by the Arteloge group, the hotel works to reduce its water and electricity consumption. From the installation of regulators on taps in rooms, to messages in bathrooms encouraging guests to have their towels changed less often, Villa Florentine raises awareness among staff members and guests to promote environmentally responsible actions. Waste management is also at the heart of the Go Green scheme, with collection and recycling of cardboard boxes and plastic bottles and caps, as well as the introduction of composting to reuse organic waste. In addition to these daily actions, Villa Florentine is involved in worldwide actions, such as European Sustainable Development Week and Earth Hour, during which lights are switched off in the hotel and its restaurant Les Terrasses de Lyon, in order to raise awareness of the fight against climate change among staff members and guests.
Further information on the hotel here.

 

Hôtel Lyon Ouest - Arteloge - La Réception © Marc Laurent

Hôtel Lyon Ouest 

On the banks of the Saône, away from the bustle of the city, Hôtel Lyon-ouest applies the Go Green environmental responsibility scheme introduced by the Arteloge group, with the major objective of reducing water and electricity consumption. This collective project is driven forward by a team of volunteer colleagues, who together form a “green team”. Regulators are installed on taps in rooms, guests are informed to reduce the frequency of towel changes, detectors are placed on taps in communal areas, and electrical devices are unplugged when not in use, while awareness is raised among staff members and guests to encourage environmentally friendly actions. Waste management is also at the heart of the Go Green scheme. Hôtel Lyon-ouest sorts waste such as cardboard boxes, plastic bottles and caps, glass and batteries for recycling. Composting has also been introduced in order to reuse organic waste. Engaged for a more responsible world, the hotel is involved in local actions and international events such as Earth Hour. By switching off all lights for one hour, the hotel makes energy savings that are passed on in the form of donations to World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Further information on the hotel here.

 

Bar de l'hôtel Parkest © Arteloge

Hôtel ParKest

Opened in 2015, the three-star Hotel ParKest, located near Saint-Exupéry international airport and Eurexpo, was built in line with new environmental standards. Committed to an environmentally responsible approach, it is actively involved in the Go Green sustainable scheme introduced by the Arteloge group. The main aim is to reduce water and electricity consumption by raising awareness among the hotel's staff members and guests. Each of the hotel's teams has a guide of good environmental practices, taps in the rooms are fitted with regulators, a message in the bathrooms encourages guests to have their towels changed less frequently, and communal areas are fitted with presence detectors wherever possible, while waste management is also at the heart of the Go Green scheme. Hotel ParKest sorts waste such as cardboard boxes, plastic bottles and caps, glass and batteries for recycling, and reuses organic waste by composting. In addition to these actions that are part of the Go Green scheme, Hotel ParkEst is involved in worldwide actions, such as Earth Hour, and local actions, such as Printemps du vélo, which aims to promote the use of environmentally responsible modes of transport in the east of Lyon.
Further information on the hotel here.

 

Hôtel ParkSaône

At the heart of the redeveloped district of Vaise, in a peaceful setting, the hotel ParkSaône was built in accordance with new environmental standards.  The hotel applies the Go Green environmental responsibility scheme introduced by the Arteloge group, with the major objective of reducing water and electricity consumption.  A collective project is shared by staff members, who are encouraged to adopt environmentally responsible actions. The hotel is fitted with energy saving devices, such as presence detectors, timers at delivery docks, low-consumption light bulbs, and regulators on taps in rooms, while a message in bathrooms encourages guests to have their towels changed less frequently. Awareness is also raised among staff members to avoid unnecessary lighting and encourage responsible cleaning. Waste management is also at the heart of the Go Green scheme. Hotel ParkSaône sorts waste such as cardboard boxes, plastic bottles and caps, glass and batteries for recycling, and reuses organic waste by composting. In addition to these actions that are part of the Go Green scheme, Hotel ParkSaône is involved in worldwide actions, such as Earth Hour to World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Further information on the hotel here.

 

Bar de l'Hôtel des Congrès © Arteloge

Hôtel des Congrès 

The hotel applies the Go Green environmental responsibility scheme introduced by the Arteloge group, with the major objective of reducing water and electricity consumption. Staff members are encouraged to adopt environmentally responsible actions. The hotel is fitted with presence detectors, low-consumption light bulbs, regulators on taps in rooms… All of these actions help reduce the establishment’s environmental footprint. A message in bathrooms encourages guests to have their towels changed less frequently, and Each of the hotel's teams has a guide of good environmental practices. In terms of waste management, Hôtel des Congrès is committed to sorting and recycling waste, such as cardboard boxes, plastic bottles and caps, glass and batteries, while its place mats are produced and recycled by the company REALIS. In addition to these actions that are part of the Go Green scheme, Hôtel des Congrès is involved in local actions and worldwide actions, such as Earth Hour, to World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Further information on the hotel here.

 

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