Marriott Hôtels with the operation « You Eat We Give » .


On a European scale, participating Marriott restaurants donate € 1 to the SOS Children's Villages association per cover served.


Martin's Hotels  - 14 hotels


By consuming tea and coffee in one of our 10 hotels, customers actively help three associations (25 cents in the name of the customer for each cup consumed),

The Rombouts company buys around thirty tonnes of fair trade coffee in the same Great Lakes region on our behalf.




Compagnie Française d'Hôtellerie - 20 hotels

Anti Food Waste :  Since 2019, hotels have been committed to anti-food waste with application Too Good To Go

Every day we offer our unsold breakfasts at reduced prices. This solution thus contributes to reducing food waste, through better management of losses.

Bees : Since 2017, the CFH has partnered with Graine d'Abeilles. 

Each hotel has its own beehive within the Domaine de Marlioz in Aix-les-Bains Customers will be able to taste the honey from our hives.

Vegetables Gardens : several hotels have vegetable gardens. Customers can thus taste the products of the garden for breakfast, lunch or dinner.




Altis Hotels - 5 hotels

Food surpluses recovered by Zero Desperdíci : partners of the Associação dos Albergues Noturnos de Lisboa (the Association of Hostels in Lisbon), and provide 55 meals per week.  

Nespresso « Reciclar é Alimentar »(Recycling is nourishing) which transforms Nespresso coffee capsules into meals for the Banco Alimentar Contra a Fome (the Food Bank against hunger) .Taking advantage of the coffee grounds (after separating the aluminum from the capsules). This coffee grounds is then incorporated into agricultural compost, used to amend rice fields located in Alentejo, which is then processed, checked and packaged, then donated to the Food Bank against Hunger.

Altis hotels have partnered withServe the City in September 2017, through a monthly and voluntary contribution by its employees, to help prepare "community dinners".

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Update 6 May 2022