In rethinking the hotel experience to be more forward-thinking and planet positive, we transform with fresh ideas, new opportunities, and new life; inspired by what surrounds us.
From repurposed furniture and reduced waste to employment opportunities for disadvantaged people, our actions aim at making our guests feel good by doing good.
At greet, we are committed to respecting the environment, that’s why we optimize our buildings so they are energy efficient and environmentally sound.
We recommend implementing the Energy Performance Contracting process to audit and transform our buildings. These sustainable development improvements are financed through associated energy costs savings, meaning there is no added cost for hotel owners and partners, but reduced impact on the environment.
The greet brand has joined forces with several organizations in order to properly structure the second chance eco-system.
Partnering with associations such as Emmaüs and Valdelia enables greet hotels to more easily source second-hand furniture, as well as new creations and designs made by reusing materials. In addition to this environmentally-responsible approach, teaming up with Collectif Design and second-chance associations like Emmaüs helps to strengthen the social impact of greet by supporting professional integration.
In France, Collectif Design and Artisanat Emmaüs aim to give people a second chance, objects a new lease on life and the planet a brighter future.
It is comprised of three leading organisations: Atelier Emmaüs, ReCréateurs and Résilientes.
Valdelia, a government-approved non-profit eco-organization, provides a comprehensive solution to collect, recycle and re-use old furniture from all types of groups (businesses, local authorities, clubs, charities, etc.). Its action and innovation-based strategy aims to turn end-of-life products into resources for the future.