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With all of its initiatives, ROBINSON is one of the most sustainable international chains within the club hotel industry. We set ourselves standards — from the big things down to the tiniest details. This is what our 6-pillar strategy is for: Avoid. Reduce. Recycle. Beautify. Educate. Understand. For you and for our future.
In 2009, ROBINSON was awarded the "Gallup Great Workplace Award" for the first time. This means ROBINSON is one of only 23 companies worldwide who have the most committed and productive employees.
Within our host countries, we collaborate with hotel management schools and support numerous social projects. In 2008, for example, in collaboration with the German Organization for International Technical Cooperation (GTZ), ROBINSON opened a hotel management school at ROBINSON CLUB AGADIR in Morocco, in which young people can undergo training in various sectors. ROBINSON CLUB SOMA BAY in Egypt organizes school trips to the coral reef. Pupils are invited to discover the impressive world of the corals to promote better understanding of the marine eco-system.
Our own ROBINSON environment officer and specialists within our clubs combined with staff training are the prerequisites for careful interaction with nature. In our "Glimpse Behind the Scenes" we gladly show you what initiatives we implement at the club in question during your holiday.
Numerous sustainable and efficient measures ensure that energy and water is used in the best way possible within our clubs. In more than 60% of the clubs, up to 100% of the required energy is obtained from solar systems or biomass plants. Here are two examples: When the ROBINSON CLUB AGADIR was opened in Morocco in 2008, the largest solar system in the country, with approx. 900 sq. m. was installed on the club's roofs.
The ROBINSON CLUB AMADÉ in Austria obtains 100% of the energy required from a CO2 neutral biomass heating plant. Some 800,000 liters of heating oil are saved annually through construction of the system.