Arribas Sintra Hotel politica de sustentabilidade

Sustainability policy

Last update: 2018-10-30

Our commitment

  • Reduce our consumption of water, energy, paper and other limited resources.
  • Maintain environmental certification by the competent official entities.
  • Implement occupational health and safety standards and good food safety practices.
  • Improve our waste selection, routing and recycling processes.
  • Choose ecologically responsible purchases and favor local suppliers.
  • Use cleaning and hygiene products with an “eco label”.
  • Participate in local initiatives that aim to promote social well-being and nature conservation.
  • Implementation of the Eco Arribas program, which allows guests to have the option of foregoing room cleaning and changing towels, with benefits at the hotel and restaurant.
  • Change of bed linen every 4 days unless the customer requests it in advance.
  • We have an organic garden with organic ingredients grown to be used in the preparation of our dishes.

Collaborate with us

  • Use water sparingly. Inform reception about any breaks in the bathroom or leaking taps between uses.
  • Help preserve tranquility and green spaces.
  • If your towel is clean, hang it on the towel rack (it means it doesn't need to be changed).
  • Use the pool towel as often as possible, changing it will cost you to wash it.
  • Don't leave your key in the energy saver.
  • Do not leave equipment connected when you do not need it (chargers, television, etc.)
  • Turn off lights when you don't need them on.
  • Do not put laundry in the wash unnecessarily.
  • Do not use the air conditioning in extreme temperatures.

We are a sustainable and safe establishment.

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Arribas Sintra Hotel

Avenida Alfredo Coelho, nr.28
2705-329 Colares

Praia Grande

Sintra - Portugal

Check-in: 15h

Check-out: 12h

Arribas Sintra Hotel Galardão Greenkey
We are a greenkey establishment

The GreenKey program is an international award, awarded to enterprises that meet a set of environmental requirements in different areas. A program under development in more than 50 countries.

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