Klosterhof: First and so far only hotel in Germany with EU award Ecolabel


Sustainability at Klosterhof

Here, sustainability is lived out of conviction – this has now also been recognized by the EU: The Klosterhof, the Alpine Hideaway & Spa in Bayerisch Gmain, is the first and so far only German hotel to meet the strict requirements of the Eco-Label. A special award for an effective sustainability concept!

The Klosterhof pursues measurable goals on a daily basis in order to bind ecological, economic and social aspects in a fully comprehensive approach. All employees, guests and suppliers are also equally integrated here in terms of environmental awareness and conservation of resources.

In addition to the energy-efficient construction – among other things with a completely green roof – sustainability is continuously integrated into everyday hotel life at the Klosterhof. Hotel guests are also inspired with the conversion to an all-electric vehicle fleet – e-smart rental, e-bikes and charging stations included.

In addition, options such as “Green Choice” also encourage people on vacation to use hotel laundry in a resource-conserving manner. In exchange for donations, new towels etc. are dispensed with on a daily basis. This has already generated a five-figure donation sum for the local mountain rescue service in Bad Reichenhall!

The hotel’s comprehensive environmental concept, an insight into its sustainability strategy and the requirements of the EU Eco-Label can be found at www.klosterhof.de/en/sustainability.

The EU Eco-Label is the EU environmental label recognized in all member states of the European Union – but also by Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland. The strict award is given to products and services with significantly lower environmental impact than comparable products.

The Klosterhof – Alpine Hideaway & Spa: The business economist Henrike and the physician Dr. med. Andreas Färber fulfilled a dream with it. They personally select every detail and live the enthusiasm for this feel-good place together with their employees. In German-speaking countries, the Klosterhof stands for luxury for well-being. Newly opened in 2016, the Alpine Hideaway & Spa ****S with 500 years of history offers 65 rooms and suites – including spa lofts with whirlpools and mountain views – a 1,500-square-meter wellness area, an attached health center and a culinary pampering program by chef Sascha Förster.

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