Sunprime Ayia Napa Suites, as part of Sunprime Resorts, has been practicing sustainability issues for continuous improvement towards a sustainable tourism sector. Below you can read about our work in relation to the environment. Our resort is committed to sustainability by adopting Travelife’s principles and practices in preserving the environment and improving local community relationships. This is an international sustainability certification scheme for hotels and accommodations. It standard that helps to improve how hotels manage their environmental and social impacts, such as reducing energy or water consumption, and ensuring to support local people, businesses and culture. In addition it covers issues like human rights, child protection and employee welfare.
Sunprime Ayia Napa Suites, believe that continuing success in the hotel industry depends on:
Our environmental action plan includes the reduction in consumption of energy, water and chemicals and reduction in wastes.
Tourism and travel affect not only the environment but also the local people in the tourist destinations. To reduce negative impact, we implement the four guidelines adopted by Thomas Cook Northern Europe: (1) Good working conditions, (2) no tolerance on child labor and rights, (3) zero tolerance on child sex tourism and (4) nature protection. These guidelines are based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the conventions on working conditions and workers’ rights of the UN’s labour agency the ILO.
Our resort is against all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. All employees and guests are treated fairly irrespective of gender, age, race, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, religious belief or otherwise.
All hotel departments and employees participate in this effort. We also motivate and put pressure on our partners, suppliers and local authorities to accept and implement similar practices.
We encourage you to join our efforts during your stay with us. Simple things you can do…