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As a global hospitality brand, we recognize our role in revitalizing and rebuilding stronger, healthier, and more resilient communities in locations that rely on tourism for economic development. We strive to incorporate sustainable offerings at our properties and promote responsible and sustainable tourism practices.

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Integrating Sustainability into Guest Experiences

Hyatt is incorporating eco-conscious offerings at many of its hotels, such as:
  • Transitioning to large format bathroom amenities by the end of 2022 to reduce reliance on single-use plastics. 
  • Supplying water stations that enable guests to use refillable water bottles and avoid single-use bottles. 
  • Offering straws only upon request and substituting with environmentally preferable options such as paper.
  • Introducing digital key entry solutions at 600+ Hyatt properties globally, which reduces the need for plastic key cards.
  • Installing electric vehicle charging stations on property.

Protecting Our Oceans

The health of our oceans is essential – oceans cover the majority of Earth’s surface and play a critical role in generating oxygen, regulating the climate, providing food and nutrition, and generating economic value. Hyatt has joined two efforts to advance the protection of oceans:
  • The Business Advisory Council to the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, a division of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, that works to advance responsible recreation in ocean parks.
  • The Tourism Action Coalition for a Sustainable Ocean, created in response to the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Initiative Transformations. 
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Preserving Natural Resources

Many Hyatt hotels contribute to protecting their surrounding natural environments. Unique experiences are available for guests to get involved or learn about the local environment, such as:
  • Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa has installed stormwater management features and native vegetation to minimize stormwater flow to the sea and improve reef quality. The property also offers volunteer and learning opportunities for its colleagues and guests to help protect the Pu’u Kukui Watershed Preserve, an important native rainforest and water source for the island.
  • Guests at Wild Dunes Resort in South Carolina can assist in the rebuilding of oyster reefs by joining Oyster Rebuilding Clinics.
  • Beehives on roof tops of a variety of hotels – from Hyatt Place Ottawa - West to Hyatt Regency Amsterdam – help contribute to pollination of plants in urban areas.