The Grafton Hotel Receives Eco-Label Green Hospitality Certification

By Dave Simpson
The Grafton Hotel Receives Eco-Label Green Hospitality Certification

The Grafton Hotel, in Dublin 2, has been awarded Eco-Label Green Hospitality certification by implementing an environmental action plan focusing on energy, waste and water management, following an assessment by Green Hospitality.

Reopened In Late 2021

The hotel reopened in late 2021, when it committed to a sustainability programme and strategy, after completing a full renovation and upgrade to four stars.

Continuous Improvement Of Green Initiatives

The Grafton Hotel management team, headed by general manager Bríd Cloonan and group sustainability manager Reyhan Thomas, meets regularly with the sustainability team, to ensure the continuous improvement of green initiatives throughout the hotel, whether it be through energy conservation, recycling, or waste management.


Dublin’s Grafton Hotel Receives BREEAM Certification

As well as green tourism certification, the hotel was certified for BREEAM in 2022, following an assessment process of its environmental, social and economic sustainability performance, using standards developed by BRE.

BREEAM is a sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings. It recognises and reflects the value in high-performing assets across the built-environment life cycle, from new construction to in-use assets and refurbishment. For a hotel to be recognised for its efforts means that BREEAM-rated developments are very sustainable environments that enhance the well-being of the people who live and work in them, help protect natural resources, and make for very attractive property investments.

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