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Sofitel Mumbai BKC receives Green Key Certification 

Sofitel Mumbai BKC has proudly received the prestigious Green Key Certification from the National Jury Green Key India and the Center for Environment Education (CEE). This accomplishment marks the hotel as the first in the country to achieve such recognition.

Green Key, introduced in India in 2023, stands as the foremost standard for excellence in environmental responsibility and sustainable practices within the tourism sector. The Center for Environment Education (CEE) Ahmedabad, a full member of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), is responsible for implementing the Green Key certificate in India. Notably, Green Key India is an initiative led by CEE, Ahmedabad.

“This past year has been thrilling for us, with numerous accolades being awarded to the hotel. The Green Key Certification is not just another feather in our caps; it’s a symbol of our collective efforts and commitment as a team to sustainability. Sofitel Mumbai BKC now stands as the inaugural recipient of this certification in India, one of only two such certifications globally, among the very best in their category, available worldwide. For our parent company Accor, and for all the hotel brands under the Accor umbrella (including Sofitel Hotels and Resorts), sustainability is at the very core of our business – sustainable transformation is a commitment we take very seriously, and our global mission is to have 100% of all Accor hotels certified in the next few years. We are delighted to be able to support the Accor vision with our local efforts, and hope to pave the way for many more sustainability-led breakthroughs in 2024,” said general manager of Sofitel Mumbai BKC, Manish Dayya.

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