Responsible Business - Let's take responsibility!

Taking responsibility for the environment and the local community plays an important role for Carlson Rezidor hotel group. All hotels take part in a dedicated Responsible Business programme. Each hotel has a unique RB Action Plan covering areas such as community outreach, environmental improvement, employee well-being and health and safety.


Responsible Business activities include:

2013: World Childhood Foundation
The hotel conducts regular fundraising activities and features a collection box in the main lobby. During renovation process furniture was donated to SOS Children's Village to open new family homes.

 

2013: Member of Coalition “Companies against HIV”
Flemming Poulsen, General Manager, said, “The statistics on HIV in the world today are quite frightening. As a business manager, I am committed to doing everything possible to raise awareness on the facts and prevention of more cases through our cooperation with the Health Estonia Association. We feel that modern businesses also have a responsibility to carry on the awareness of this tragic illness in our business trainings and coaching so that we can play a part in the reduction of the number of cases in the world. We all have a part to play and we are very focused on our participation in the Business Coalition against HIV, a truly progressive initiative."

 

2012-Present World Clean-up
The hotel works to clean up visible trash as well as improve air quality.

All three Tallinn Carlson Rezidor hotels planted about 1,500 trees in cooperation with RMK.

 

2011: As Tallinn was the culture capital of Europe in 2011, the hotel organised a charitable art sale in Lounge 24. All proceeds were donated to restore the paintings in Kuresaare Laurentius Church.

 

2011: Winner of the 10th Melissa Wells Award
The Melissa F. Wells Award for Corporate Citizenship, awarded for the 10th time in 2011, was given to this hotel in recognition of the company’s work with charities and contribution towards the development of society. The award was presented at the USA Speaker Dinner 2011, organised by AmCham Estonia in cooperation with the U.S. Embassy Tallinn on 19 May 2011. 

 

2010: Green Key recipient from 2010
The hotel's environmental objective is to reduce the negative impact on the environment by involving employees and guests to achieve the best outcome.


2008 - Present: Earth Hour
Earth Hour started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia when 2.2 million homes and 2,000 businesses turned their lights off for one hour to take their stand against climate change. Only a year later, Earth Hour became a global sustainability movement with more than 50 million people across 35 countries participating. Global landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the CN Tower in Toronto, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and Rome’s Coliseum, all stood in darkness, as symbols of hope for a cause that grows more urgent by the hour. The hotel cares about the environment and switches its lights off every year for one hour.


2005 - Present: Cooperation with SOS Children’s Village
The hotel hosted several campaigns to collect money. The hotel was a supporter of “Auction Campaign” in 2010 and the Coffee Campaign in cooperation with Pauling in September 2011. The hotel also features a money collection box in the lobby and free use of meeting rooms.


2002 - Present: Cooperation with Avinurme Gymnasium
The hotel helped the school to buy better lighting for classrooms in 2002. Since then, the hotel has provided free accommodation and meeting rooms for teachers’ annual training, hosted children in homes and also provided internship opportunities at the hotel.

Radisson Blu Sky Hotell, Tallinn – 
Ravala Puiestee 3 –  10143 –  Tallinn –  Estland – 
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