In line with the international criteria of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), we consistently pursue a series of actions to enhance the quality, safety, and sustainability of our hotel against the challenges of recent years. At the same time, we continue to serve the needs of our people, and Kos as a destination, whilst offering unparalleled hospitality services to our guests.
Our environmental responsibility is explicitly expressed in Neptune’s Sustainability Policy – and demonstrated in practice by the results that our targeted actions towards the most responsible and efficient operation of our hotel yield. Our goal is to reduce the use of natural resources, essentially contribute to the climate crisis and preserve our destination’s cultural and natural heritage for locals and visitors.
Sustainability starts with the way we run our hotel – but also with the way we treat our people, our partners and the local community, leveraging our power to make a positive impact. This investment is best evaluated qualitatively – with respect to the benefits it yields for the destination and its people – rather than quantitatively, in financial terms.
Developed by the United Nations to define the global development agenda, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs-Agenda 2030) guide the formulation of the policies that govern our prospective partnerships and actions. Sustainability Reports demonstrate the corresponding progress in our hotel’s performance and profile. Our goal is to strike the right balance between the environmental, social, and economic dimensions of sustainable development.