Our Hotel is deeply committed to providing sustainable luxury. Here, you will find some of our best practices for reducing the carbon footprint of our operations.

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  • La Dame is ready for guests with round tables set with crystal, white napkins, tableware

Food & Beverage

  • Linen-less tables as standard in all dining outlets
  • Non-plastic straws used in all outlets
  • Reusable/recyclable coasters used in all outlets
  • Work with sustainability-focused vendors
  • Locally sourced food
  • Food waste collected from our site is delivered to a company that uses bacteria process to generate electricity
  • Premier room, close-up of pillow with Four Seasons logo, white roses in round black vase and bedside reading lamp

Guest Rooms

  • Plastic-free coffee capsules, recycled regularly
  • An opt-in linen program, reducing water usage
  • Leftover soaps and shampoos donated to Clean the World organization
  • Exterior of Ten Trinity Square Hotel flanked by trees and blue sky in backdrop

Energy Conservation

  • Recycling – cardboard, paper, plastics, glass, aluminum, cooking oil, shampoo and soaps
  • Building designed with rainwater catchment system – water collected is used for irrigation for the neighboring Seething Lane Garden
  • Combined Heat and Power Generator (CHP) provides electricity for the property and makes efficient use of the waste heat generated to preheat the incoming water to the hot water boilers
  • High-efficiency Green Cooling CO2 Refrigeration System supplies critical food service cooling, with the recycled waste heat from refrigeration being used to heat the hotel’s swimming pools and Spa areas
  • Leak detection sensors are installed in all Residences to quickly alert staff to respond to any leaks and to minimize water loss
  • Water-conserving low-flow aerators are installed in all guest room shower heads and faucets
  • 80% of the property is fitted with LED lighting
  • Motion Sensing Lighting is installed in all back-of-the-house areas and offices
  • Automated energy efficient programming is in place for all guest room lighting and HVAC for both occupied and unoccupied rooms
  • Building Management System (BMS) – fully automated and monitored central plant system to ensure optimal performance at all times
  • Excessive heat generated by refrigeration / CHP is used to heat the swimming pool
  • Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR) units in Residences transfer the heat from normally extracted air and preheats the incoming fresh air during colder months of the year
  • High-efficiency modulating boilers that reach 96% efficiency installed on-site, compared to non-modulating boilers that typically reach 80% efficiency