SDGs - Even more room for sustainability
There are goals we want to reach, and goals we simply have to reach!
Sustainability has always been a topic that is very important to Boutiquehotel Stadthalle’s guests, employees and partner companies. That’s why it simply makes sense to be a leader in the implementation of environmentally friendly business strategies in the hotel sector, instead of just talking about them. The 17 goals and the numerous sub-goals of the United Nations have inspired our operations here at the hotel, and shown us how to integrate sustainable practices into our everyday work. Every day, Boutiquehotel Stadthalle seeks to comprehend the essence of these goals, and integrate them into our work. And we get better day after day. Over the past few years, we’ve adapted a number of our processes and can now proudly say that we’ve getting very, very close to achieving these goals.Our most ambitious and time-intensive goal is to renovate 16 rooms plus the breakfast room, which, following renovation, will each be dedicated to one of our Sustainable Development Goals.
We are working with Gabarage company, a social enterprise in our neighborhood, to bring this exciting project to life. Each room will use upcycled furniture created in-house to raise awareness about its sustainability goal, and will respond to humanity’s most important goals with charm and elegance. In summer 2020 we completed the redesign of the various rooms and invited our beloved photographer Tina Herzl for a photo shoot immediately. We are working hard to let this page shine in new splendor with all the details about the SDG rooms and what we are doing in our hotel to promote the fulfillment of the 2030 Agenda in the hotel industry.
Together we are strong.
On September 25, 2015, all 193 member states of the United Nations General Assembly ratified the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This agenda includes 17 sustainable development goals that address social, ecological, and economic aspects, and aim for nothing less than the "transformation of our world".
These SDGs express a new understanding of the interconnected relationships between poverty, environmental destruction, inequality, and production and consumption patterns, and corruption.
We all know that certain problems must be addressed all over the world and at the same time, rather than limited to regional or thematic approaches. The universality of this agenda means that all goals apply to all countries. The responsibility for reaching these goals exists at both national and international levels.
See? In summer 2020 alone, there 17 new and good reasons to plan a visit to Boutiquehotel Stadthalle. Best book your room now for your stay in Vienna.
With us, you can reach all your goals in your sleep