On the occasion of World Environment Day, Dorsett WanChai in Hong Kong is declaring its unwavering commitment to sustainability through the launch of its “GoGreen Promise”. This program includes an impressive lineup of paperless and plastic-free initiatives aimed at combating plastic pollution.
As the hotel opens its arms to guests, they will first be met by the lush Green Corner, a refreshing nod to the botanical world. They’ll then encounter Jasper, the guest service robot, who provides a seamless, paperless check-in experience available round the clock. Making strides in their mission to #beatplasticpollution, Dorsett WanChai has transitioned from traditional plastic key cards to biodegradable wooden alternatives.
During their stay, guests will be treated to high-quality filtered water dispensed by Well# water dispensers and delivered in complimentary, reusable Dorsett glass bottles found in-room. ELEMIS refillable shower amenities have been integrated into their eco-initiatives, with additional bathroom amenities available via a complimentary cash voucher redeemable at 24-hour vending machines located in the hotel lobby.
The hotel’s innovative programs aim to inspire guests to limit unnecessary waste and effectively reduce plastic consumption at the source. Furthermore, in an effort to lower carbon emissions without compromising convenience, Dorsett Wanchai offers a free shuttle bus service for guests, stopping at key locations across Hong Kong, including Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, and Central.
Anita Chan, general manager of Dorsett Wanchai, voiced the hotel’s commitment stating, “We see this as an opportunity to provide world-class services and amenities to our guests while making a positive impact on our environment. Businesses are now more aware than ever of their impact on communities and the globe. With our unwavering efforts, sustainable travel can indeed be a force for good.” This story is based on an article published by marketing-interactive.com.