Make Travel Matter

The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is a proud member of The Travel Corporation (TTC), founded by the Tollman family and serving over two million customers in over 70 countries each year.

Principal to TTC’s family of brands is support of the TreadRight Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation united by the Tollmans’ passion to make our travels around the globe count for something.

At Red Carnation, our sustainable initiatives are at the heart of everything we do, from installing solar panels and reusing waste water in our hotels to supporting local charities. We keep our own bees to produce honey, thus reducing food miles, and sustain a living wall of 10,000 herbaceous plants at The Rubens at the Palace. We are proud that all of our properties are restored with the greatest care to surrounding habitats and communities.

On an ever-wider scale, TreadRight has supported more than 50 sustainable tourism projects worldwide, leaving a positive impact on local people, wildlife and the planet. We look forward to continuing our work to make the world a better place.

Read our latest blog post: TreadRight travels to Jordan

From the Blog

India
TreadRight unveils India’s first elephant hospital

Ambassador Céline Cousteau brings storytellers together to highlight the #RefuseToRide campaign.

10th December 2018

Street Smart
Helping the homeless at Christmas with StreetSmart

Throughout November and December, Red Carnation Hotels is proud to support UK homeless charity StreetSmart.

27th November 2018

Make Travel Matter
TreadRight travels to Jordan

Our journey takes us to Wadi Seer to meet a women’s cooperative that’s changing lives and preserving local heritage, one powerful story at a time.

08th November 2018

Belu
Saving the world one water bottle at a time: Belu’s sustainability initiatives

Red Carnation Partner, Belu, is thoroughly committed to promoting and increasing sustainabilty.

15th October 2018

Action Against Hunger
Support Action Against Hunger with Red Carnation

Red Carnation is committed to improving the lives of millions in poverty around the world.

11th October 2018

Beekeeper
The Bloomsbury bees: meet expert beekeeper Paul Walton

We welcome the arrival of The Montague's very own honey bees with bee keeping expert Paul Walton.

10th October 2018

Starlight Children
Granting wishes: meet Starlight Children’s Foundation

Discover the amazing work that the Starlight Foundation does to enrich the lives of seriously ill children and their families.

04th October 2018

Sustainable Living
Hotel d'Angleterre's Sustainable Living Tips

Deftly combining sustainability and luxury, Hotel d'Angleterre has several energy saving tips worth sharing.

14th September 2018

Clean Conscience
CleanConscience and Sustainable Toiletries

Pioneering an inspired way of repurposing wasted hotel soap and toiletries, Clean Conscience delivers hygiene products to those in need. 

02nd August 2018

Bushmans Kloof Welcomes the Anatolian Shepherd Dog

The Anatolian Shepherd Dog is the latest addition to the team at Bushmans Kloof.

27th July 2018

Sustainable Restaurants London
5 of the Best Sustainable Restaurants in London

Sustainable dining is becoming big news in London. Here are some of our favourite environmentally conscious restaurants within easy reach of The Montague on the Gardens.

28th March 2018

Jonathan Raggett
Jonathan Raggett on the Importance of Sustainable Luxury

Managing Director of Red Carnation Hotels, Jonathan Raggett shares his thoughts on the sustainability issues of today.

24th January 2018

Treadright Foundation: The Cape Leopard Trust

Bushmans Kloof and the Treadright Foundation are committed to supporting the work of the Cape Leopard Trust, who protect the local area’s beautiful and illusive Cape Leopard. 

02nd January 2018

Help Save The Earth
5 Simple Ways You Can Help Save The Earth

Discover how easy it is to do your bit to to protect, preserve, and restore the Earth with these five simple steps.

30th December 2017

Kitchen Garden Tips
Tips from the Summer Lodge Kitchen Garden

Executive Chef at Summer Lodge, Steven Titman, shares his tips on growing your own seasonal fruit, veg and herbs in your own kitchen garden.

26th December 2017

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