Hotel Le Parc: Building a Responsible & Sustainable Future
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The five-star Le Parc Hotel lies in the financial center and is located in one of the best residential areas of Quito, close to the most exclusive shopping centers, boutiques, parks, and green areas. It offers the most exclusive and elegant accommodation specializing in business and leisure travel in the iconic capital of Ecuador. A stay here combines gourmet cuisine, a superb location, personalized service, and designer suites.

What makes Hotel Le Parc stand out, beyond its excellent facilities, are its sustainability and green initiatives.

Le Parc is located in an 18-story building that highlights a green and sustainable vision and concept. The building is in the process of obtaining international eco-efficiency certifications such as LEED and EDGE.

This project, promoted by the businesswoman Gabriela Sommerfeld, was designed by the architect Cristian Wiese. The interior design and decoration were overseen by Adriana Hoyos. It took 18 months of work to finalize the design, systems, and materials. Everything was focused on a sober, luxurious, and timeless design that is closely linked to the style of the great New York buildings.

The application of sustainable systems is an important point of this building, which has a construction area of ​​25,000 m². An example of this is the use of electricity through a water heating system that generates energy through state-of-the-art inverters. The building also highlights the use of glass technology for thermal insulation, protection from sunlight, and noise control.

This project has become a benchmark on a national scale and a great example showcasing the use of green technology to offset carbon emissions with the aim of contributing to the fight against climate change.

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