We Care

Red Carnation Hotels is part of the TTC family of brands and works in proud partnership with its TreadRight Foundation to #MakeTravelMatter.

At Hotel 41, voted Best Green Hotel By Condé Nast Johansens, we are committed to our community and to supporting local charities such as Kidscape and The Passage. We are also proud to sustain a Living Wall of more than 10,000 herbaceous plants, creating a wildlife habitat in the heart of London. We continue to work to eliminate unnecessary single-use plastics with a number of initiatives. 

The Living Wall

Standing at 350 square metres and with a total of 10,000 herbaceous plants, the striking Living Wall at Hotel 41 provides a wildlife habitat; helps keep the hotel cooler in the summer and warm in the winter and improves the air quality and aesthetics in this part of London.

 

Our Initiatives

Projects and progress

Woman celebrating at The Oyster Box
Tales from our travellers

In honour of World Tourism Day and TTC’s 100th anniversary, we share our favourite stories from guests which remind us why we do what we do.

25th September 2020

Ella Lurie Tollman family trip
‘Bringing the future into focus’

Ella Lurie Tollman explores what international travel meant to her growing up and its future in this uncertain time.

26th August 2020

July hero image
With a little help from our friends

In celebration of International Day of Friendship, we reflect on friends we have made on our travels.

24th July 2020

Premium Purity
Creating a healthier environment

Through a proprietary coating, our hotel surfaces are now self-disinfecting and an active participant in the continuous decomposition of microbes such as bacteria and viruses.

20th July 2020

Earth Day
Happy Earth Day

Managing Director Jonathan Raggett, shares his thoughts and reflections on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

22nd April 2020

Single Use Plastic
Eliminating single use plastic in hospitality

Red Carnation Hotels paves the way for a more sustainable, plastic-free future.

09th April 2020

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