Microplastics are one of the biggest threats to our environment.

Microplastics are one of the biggest threats to our environment. Tiny particles of decomposed plastic end up in our oceans, threatening biodiversity and potentially our health.

No plastic bags: Instead of using conventional plastic bags, we have introduced alternatives made from sustainable materials. Our guests are encouraged to use reusable bags or make use of our eco-friendly alternatives.

Soaps in refillable ceramic dispensers: There are no small plastic bottles of care products in our bathrooms. Instead, we rely on large ceramic dispensers filled with high-quality, handmade soaps and care products. This not only reduces plastic waste, but also offers our guests a luxurious experience.

Handmade soaps and care products: Our products are carefully made by hand, avoiding any use of microplastics in the ingredients. This means that we not only offer gentle and natural care, but also make an active contribution to protecting the environment.

Washable bath slippers: Our eco-friendly bath slippers are washable and reusable. Instead of offering disposable plastic versions, we focus on durability and sustainability without compromising on comfort.

Unpackaged and homemade chocolates: Enjoy our delicious chocolates on your arrival, which are free of packaging material and homemade. We focus on quality craftsmanship and a sense of responsibility in order to avoid unnecessary packaging waste and protect the environment.

Microplastic-free cleaning agents and detergents: Our cleaning agents are specially selected to avoid microplastics and harmful chemicals. This ensures that our laundry remains gentle and clean without harming the environment. They also contain no plasticizers to further minimize environmental and health risks.

Effective cleaning equipment: By using the latest cleaning technologies, we can significantly reduce the use of plastic in cleaning products. This allows us to create a clean environment while minimizing our ecological footprint.

Perfect waste separation: Our strict waste separation guidelines ensure that our waste at the Hotel Lärchenhof is disposed of correctly and that no plastic waste is released into the environment.

Glass straws: We only use glass straws to avoid the use of disposable plastic. These reusable straws are not only environmentally friendly, but also look great in your drink.

Through these holistic measures, we are actively committed to protecting our environment and reducing microplastics. At the Hotel Lärchenhof, sustainability is not just a goal, but an obligation that we live by and continuously improve every day.

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