Noble House Hotels & Resorts Partners with Green Key Global in their Latest Sustainability Initiative
Noble House Hotels & Resorts commits to being 100% enrolled in Green Key Global’s Eco-Rating Program
Just in time for Earth Day, Noble House Hotels & Resorts, the family-owned boutique hotel brand with a carefully curated collection of hotels, resorts, and experiences across North America, announces their official partnership with Green Key Global. All Noble House Hotels & Resorts’ within the United States have applied to be certified in sustainability through Green Key Global’s eco-rating program for the hotel and lodging industry.
“Noble House Hotels & Resorts have made significant commitments to sustainability across their operation,” said Rebecca Bartlett Jones, Director of Green Key Global. “We are thrilled to have entered into a partnership promoting these high achieving properties to travellers looking to book green accommodation ultimately benefiting the planet.”
Through this partnership, Noble House continues their commitment to increasing sustainability practices and improving their environmental performance across each property within its portfolio. Together, Noble House Hotels & Resorts and Green Key Global will discover opportunities for reductions in utility consumption, waste, emissions, and operating costs, ultimately resulting in both parties becoming better stewards of the planet.
“Partnering with Green Key Global reinforces our commitment to increase sustainability practices across our business,” added Jamie Colee, CEO of Noble House Hotels & Resorts. “With this collaboration, we are able to take significant strides toward reducing our environmental impact and promoting responsible practices throughout our operations.”
Overall, this partnership will aim to:
- Provide a trusted sustainability standard across all Noble House Hotels & Resort properties.
- Provide inspiration to the hotel industry by sharing the sustainability journeys of Noble House Hotels & Resorts across Green Key Global’s platforms.