Pride Hotels Group Unveils Sustainable In-House Bottling Plant

Pride Hotels Group, a trailblazer in sustainable hospitality, achieved a significant milestone. The unveiling of its inaugural in-house bottling plant took place at the iconic Pride Plaza Hotel Aerocity in New Delhi. Chairman and Founder SP Jain presided over the ceremony. It underscored the group’s commitment to eco-friendly practices in the hospitality sector.

Pioneering Initiative to Reduce Single-Use Plastic

The state-of-the-art bottling plant, symbolizing Pride Hotels Group’s unwavering dedication to sustainable operations, is set to produce an impressive 300 bottles per hour. This groundbreaking step seamlessly aligns with the group’s overarching commitment. It actively reduces single-use plastic across its vast array of offerings, spanning 385 rooms, restaurants, and banquet spaces.

A Vision for Environmental Responsibility

Atul Upadhyay, Executive Vice President of Pride Hotels Group, emphasized, “Sustainability is not just a choice but a responsibility. This in-house bottling plant is a tangible expression of our pledge to reduce our environmental footprint and contribute to a greener, more sustainable future.”

Strategic Location for Maximum Impact

The plant’s strategic location at Pride Plaza Hotel Aerocity positions it as a central hub. It caters to the diverse needs of the hotel’s guests, providing a sustainable and eco-friendly beverage experience. Pride Hotels Group aims to minimize the environmental impact associated with transportation and packaging by bringing the bottling process in-house. This action further underscores its commitment to responsible and conscious business practices.

Redefining Guest Experience with Eco-Friendly Stay

Mohammad Shoeb, Associate Vice President – North India, Pride Hotels Group, emphasized, “By producing 300 bottles per hour, we aim to redefine the guest experience, offering not just luxury but a conscious and eco-friendly stay. This initiative is a significant stride in our ongoing mission to create a greener and more sustainable future for the hospitality industry.”

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