Think about tomorrow today! As a family-owned Hotel Kupferzell in the heart of Hohenlohe, it goes without saying that we put people first in our daily activities and decisions. It follows from this guiding principle that we take responsibility for our employees, our society and the environment in which we live.
Charging stations are available for our guests for their electric cars and e-bikes. Thanks to nearby public transport, you can reach us in an environmentally friendly way.
We pay great attention to regional and seasonal groceries, some of which are delivered directly to us.
Let's use it at the breakfast counter, minimizing waste.
If desired, our guests can forego the daily cleaning of the room, which reduces the use of further cleaning agents and conserves resources. You have the opportunity to reuse the used towels. Additionally attached towel rails are available in all bathrooms. Our hotel uses external partners for the laundry, who are certified accordingly. The chemicals used to clean the house are almost 100% biodegradable.
Consists partly of sustainable material and reusable utensils. Water and energy savings through double flushing of standard toilets.
The energy generated in the building is used efficiently thanks to the fully insulating building shell (full heat protection) and the triple-glazed windows.
"COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANT" (CHP)
By using less energy, there is a significantly lower C02 emission burden on the environment.
"SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY"
With the help of intelligent smart home technology, the temperature of the heating, air conditioning, ventilation and lighting conditions is controlled with window contact switches and presence sensors.
Paperless check-in/check-out possible directly on site. As well as keyless entry.
Is an important and major topic in our company and is being gradually optimized. Separation of residual waste, packaging and paper is successfully implemented. Bins are clearly marked.
Is not something that we can implement overnight. CHANGE means challenge! And we don't close ourselves off to new things. The aim is to build on the measures mentioned or future ones.