Matt Deighton is the Managing Director of Sofas by Saxon. Here, he shares his top tips for adapting your hotel interiors to suit your eco-friendly clientele.
The eco credentials of a hotel are central to the booking decision for many travellers. In a survey of 72,000 Hilton guests, 33% of people said they actively seek out the hotel's environmental and social information before booking. And, in a report from Booking.com, 70% of travellers said they were more likely to book a hotel that was eco-friendly.
Thanks to David Attenborough documentaries like Blue Planet II, which showed viewers the shocking effects plastic pollution can have on the environment, humans are now more aware of the environmental effects of their actions. And, with more and more people choosing sustainable and vegan lifestyles, it might be time that you adapted your hotel to become more eco-friendly. And, one way you can do that is by switching up your interiors. Below, I'll be giving you my top tips for choosing hotel furniture to match your environmentally conscious clientele.