Marriott Residence Centre-Ville

 Type : Hébergement, Salles    Régions : Montréal      

Le Residence Inn by Marriott Montréal, un hôtel de Montréal au centre-ville, nouvellement rénové est situé au cœur de la ville offre un accès pratique à l’aéroport international Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau.

  • 2045, rue Peel
  • H3A1T6
  • Montréal
  • Québec
  • 514-982-6064
  • www.marriott.fr/hotels/travel/yu...
  • Engagement en environnement:

    • Reduce environmental footprint by 15% | 30% | 45% across the portfolio by 2025 (from a 2016 baseline; for water/carbon/waste on an intensity basis)

    • Water: Reduce water intensity by 15%

    • Carbon: Reduce carbon intensity by 30%

    • Commit to analyze the opportunity to set a science-based target by 2018

    • Waste: Reduce waste to landfill by 45%. Reduce food waste by 50%

    • Renewable energy: Achieve a minimum of 30% renewable energy use

    • 100% of MI hotels will have a sustainability certification, and 650hotels will pursue LEED certification or equivalent by 2025


    Sustainability Certifications:

    • By 2025, 100% of hotels will be certified to a recognized sustainability standard

    • By 2025, 650 open or pipeline hotels will pursue LEED certification or equivalent


    Sustainable Building Standards:

    • By 2020, LEED certification or equivalent will be incorporated into building design and renovation standards, including select service prototype solutions for high growth markets

    • By 2020, 100% of all prototypes will be designed for LEED certification

    • By 2025, partner with owners to develop 100 adaptive reuse projects

    • MI’s new global HQ will achieve LEED Platinum certification


    Engagement social et économique:

    • Sustainably source 95% in our Top 10 priority categories by 2025
      Supplier Requirements/Reviews:
      » By 2020, require all contracted suppliers in the Top 10 categories to provide information on product sustainability, inclusive of social and human rights impacts
      » By 2025, require all contracted suppliers to provide this information

    • Sustainable Sourcing: By 2025, sustainably source 95%, by spend, of its Top 10 categories
      Local Sourcing: By 2025, locally source 50% of all produce, in aggregate
      (measured by total spend)
      Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment (FF&E): By 2025, ensure that the Top 10 FF&E product
      categories sourced are in the top tier of the Marriott Sustainability Assessment Program (MSAP)

    • By 2025, 100% of associates will have completed human rights training, including on human trafficking awareness, responsible sourcing and recruitment policies and practices

    • By end of 2018, implement the new human trafficking training brand standard to reach 80% of our associates, as well as scale the training developed by MI and its community partners to the broader industry and academia

    • By 2025, enhance or embed human rights criteria in our recruitment and sourcing policies and work with our industry to address human rights risks in the construction phase

    • By 2025, promote a peaceful world through travel by investing at least $500,000 in partnerships that drive, evaluate and elevate travel and tourism’s role in cultural understanding

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