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Sustainability

Since its inception, The Alpina Gstaad has been ahead of the curve in sustainable practice. Indiginous wood and stone, local craftspeople and recycled materials were used in the property’s construction. The Alpina Gstaad strives to do its part in every detail for responsible conduct in energy. The property employs a mix of ecological solar power, and reduces yearly consumption through hydroelectric strategies, central heating generated from the Saanen community plant fueled by wood chips, sensor-driven air conditioning and heating systems and pools partially heated with reclaimed energy.

The Alpina Gstaad works closely with two industry organizations to uphold the highest standards of performance.

EarthCheck

EarthCheck is the world’s leading scientific benchmarking, certification and advisory group for travel and tourism. Since 1987, EarthCheck has helped businesses, communities and governments to deliver clean, safe, prosperous and healthy destinations for travellers to visit, live, work and play. EarthCheck understands the value of big ideas and the importance of clear communication, that what can be good for the planet is also good for business.

Earth Check

It Must Be NOW

NOW is a global community that believes travellers have the responsibility to be a force for good for people and planet.  NOW is the conscience of the travel industry, with a mission to boldly advance sustainability, social responsibility and principled business practice.   Visit itmustbenow.com

The Alpina Gstaad is a member of the NOW Force for Good Alliance and we are part of an inspiring shift in the travel industry to be accountable and transparent about sustainability with no greenwash allowed. We are creating joy around being healthy, preserving our planet, caring for communities and making a positive difference.  View our commitment to sustainability, What’s Good Inside and Outside, track our sustainability performance, and calculate and offset carbon emissions.  Visit the NOW Track & Book.

It Must Be NOW