Paris Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière proves that luxury hotels can also be green. Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière has remained a member of The Leading Hotels of the World since 2006, as well as Leading Spas of the World since 2008.
Certified by LECS (Luxury Eco Certification Standards) by the international organization Sustainable Travel International, Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière has now been named the first “Leading Green” hotel in Europe. Only six hotels throughout the world carry this prestigious title.
A brand awareness that defines the perception of luxury, Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière’s concept of Dignified Luxury©, which focuses on enjoying the luxury of new experiences while living in harmony with the environment, and its triple ISO certification (ISO 9001 for service quality; ISO 14001 for environmental commitment; SA 8000 for the respect of human rights and children rights), this step forward places one of the most ecologically innovative and responsible Parisian “palace” hotels among some of the world’s leading companies committed to sustainable development.
Even a visit to their website will give you a taste to touch through experience of a green luxury hotel.
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