Committed to its responsible operation and sustainable hospitality, Mitsis Hotels has published the second edition of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report (CSR) for 2020.
The report includes the group’s CSR actions and environmental practices carried out in 2020, “at a time when tourism’s shift from quantity to quality and the need for the protection of the environment were more critical than ever,” a company announcement said.
The group is dedicated to the principles of sustainability, and through its activities aims to strengthen local communities, support voluntary and social activities, protect biodiversity in its five destinations, reduce the environmental footprint of its 17 hotels and support its 3,500 employees.
The report also presents the innovative Covid-19 Manual that the group developed during 2020 and continues to implement for the protection of the health and safety of its visitors and employees.
“Progress has been part of the DNA of Mitsis Hotels Group for over 45 years now. The recent unexpected coronavirus crisis created a multidimensional impact on our operations, and we had to further evolve to achieve progress.
We are proud to offer a secure and safe environment to our guests and employees, providing high-quality services, remaining committed to our social responsibility and ensuring ethics and transparency in all our operations. Sustainability is the key to achieve growth and increase competitiveness,” said Stavros Mitsis, managing director of Mitsis Hotels.
The group has received numerous accolades for its continued sustainability efforts at its 17 hotels and resorts, including the Blue Flag, Green Key, Travelife Gold Certification, ISO and Bravo Sustainability Dialogue & Awards 2021.
Mitsis Hotels’ 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report is available here.