The Atlantic Hotel has been accepted into Small Luxury Hotels of the World’s 'Considerate Collection' – a group of luxury hotels that are committed to sustainability.
This recognition acknowledges The Atlantic Hotel's dedication to sustainable practices, contributing to a more environmentally conscious hospitality industry.
The hotel joins a community of actively sustainable luxury hotels going the extra eco mile, proving that luxury is compatible with longevity.
Patrick Burke, Owner and Managing Director said: “We are fully committed to becoming a more sustainable business and have been working hard over the last two years at making the changes necessary to achieve this.
"We are thrilled to have been accepted into the SLH Considerate Collection especially to be one of only 55 properties in their portfolio of 550 to achieve this accolade.
"It is an absolute honour to be included in this select group of like-minded properties from which we can learn a great deal as we continue on our sustainability journey.”
Daniel Luddington, VP of Development, Small Luxury Hotels of the World said: “We’ve carefully curated the Considerate Collection to help customers and the travel trade make more informed and eco-conscious decisions.
"The Atlantic Hotel is a standout property in this collection, demonstrating how a small luxury hotel can have a significant positive impact.
"Its commitment to sustainability serves as a model for other hotels in the industry, and we're proud to showcase it as an example of excellence.”
The Atlantic Hotel is also a member of EarthCheck, a leading certification, consulting, and advisory group for luxury travel and tourism organisations. It achieved Benchmarked Bronze Status in early 2023 and is on track to attain Silver Status later this year.
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