Our Commitment

Our Commitment

Sustainability
& Community

We recognise the impact we make on the planet and within our community, that’s why Oatlands Park Hotel is committed to ensuring that we operate in a sustainable way to make a positive difference.

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Protecting our natural surroundings

Our Commitment

Sustainable practises

Our location is surrounded by breathtaking Surrey countryside and is one that we want to protect. We consider sustainable practices and solutions wherever we can.

  • A key entry card system in rooms which automatically turns off the power when not occupied.
  • Giving our guests the option to not have their towels laundered everyday.
  • Low lush and dual flush toilets.
  • Takeaway boxes for guests dining in our restaurant, therefore reducing food waste.
  • Using recycled paper and tissue paper throughout the hotel.
  • Adding plant-based and vegan dishes to our menus.
  • Our commitment to sustainability

    Our Cedar Tree, planted in 1639

    Our Commitment

    In our community

    Originally the site of a Tudor Palace commissioned by Henry VIII in 1538, Oatlands Park Hotel was first established as a hotel in 1856. The Oatlands Estate is an incredible piece of British history and culture which we want to conserve for future generations.

  • Working with local heritage planning experts to carefully preserve the Grade-II Listed building.
  • The grounds are included in the "Register of Gardens and Park of Special Historic Interest."
  • Using the finest locally sourced food suppliers.
  • We recruiting locally and provide on-site accommodation where possible.
  • We partner with local charities to support community programmes.
  • Supporting Preferred Hotels & Resorts philanthropic GIFTTS program.
  • Sustainable meetings and events

    Our sustainable meeting venue

    Our Commitment

    Sustainable meetings & events

    With 144 bedrooms 12 event spaces and a venue capacity of up to 420, we are aware of the carbon footprint that our hotel and conference venue can have on the environment.

  • All our meeting rooms feature plenty of natural daylight to reduce energy consumption
  • Using LED lighting and sensor lights.
  • Recycle all printed materials to reduce landfill.
  • Use locally sourced and seasonal ingredients in banqueting menus.
  • Eliminating plastic bottles for glass water bottles in all rooms.
  • Ensure all lights and air-conditioning are switched off in meeting rooms when not in use.
  • Provide recycled paper for meetings.
  • Our commitment to sustainability

    Protecting natural habitats

    Our commitment

    Maintaining our 10 acre gardens

    Our commitment to protecting our history

    OUR COMMITMENT

    Becoming a greener hotel

    We are actively working towards a more sustainable future and we have ‘green goals’ in place to show our commitment. We’re working with Green Tourism and hospitality industry experts to increase our sustainable practices.

    As a partner of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, we support the GIFTTS (Great Initiatives for Today’s Tomorrow’s Society) program, created to inspire members of the hospitality industry to foster a commitment to their local communities and environments.

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    Oatlands Park Hotel history

    Our History

    The Oatlands estate has played host to many Emperors and Earls, Dukes and Duchesses throughout the centuries. The hotel you see today was built at the turn of the 18th century.

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    Meeting rooms with a view

    Meetings & Events

    Swap the busy city for a slice of the Surrey countryside and discover our 12 unique event spaces, each featuring natural daylight.

    Meetings & conferences