It is official - Coral Hotels is the world's first hotel chain to be certified with Biosphere Sustainable Lifestyle, aligned with the 2030 Agenda.
We are delighted to inform you, that Biosphere Sustainable Lifestyle has provided access to its new platform to the first entities on Tenerife. The pre-launch has been successful, and the first entities have effectively converted into certified status.
Coral Hotels is the first hotel chain world-wide, to gain the Biosphere Sustainable Lifestyle certification. The process was facilitated through their great work and willingness to prove sustainability in their business processes.
With the newly gained certification, Coral Hotels prove compliance with different sustainable actions and activities. The Canarian chain and its hotels have started the Biosphere road for continuous improvement in 2020 and since then demonstrated strong dedication to the contribution to all 17 goals of the Agenda 2030.
The Hotels and apartments of Coral Hotels have been designed to offer maximum comfort and relaxation to the most demanding guests, whilst regarding sustainability as a core value. All hotels are spread around the island of Tenerife.
Biosphere Sustainable Lifestyle is the first certification in the world, that tackles the issue of sustainability with an integral approach featuring a strong alignment with the Agenda 2030 of the United Nations. The platform features a methodology that is even more focused on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and their 169 targets.
We are incredibly proud to welcome Coral Hotels to our Biosphere Sustainable Lifestyle community. That is, not only because it is the first hotel chain to gain certified status, but also because companies set an examples for the future of sustainability in tourism on Tenerife, the heart of Biosphere Sustainable Lifestyle.
Roberto Barreiro, General Director of Coral Hotels, has declared that "being the first hotel chain in the world to have all its establishments certified, makes us proud and motivates us to continue evolving. The future of tourism in the Canary Islands revolves around sustainable development, and hoteliers have to rise to that occasion. Every step taken to achieve this goal will be a success for the sector and for society".
Biosphere Tourism, for its part, has indicated through a statement that, "since Coral Hotels began this path, the Canarian chain and its hotels have shown great dedication and a strong commitment to sustainable development."