GF Victoria was born with sustainability as a fundamental basis of its accommodation offering, with innovative solutions being sought from the beginning to help to achieve this goal; a commitment certified with the adhesion of GF Victoria to the United Nations Global Compact, a step by which it pledges to assume the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that aim to stop global warming.

It is the first hotel in the Canary Islands to obtain the TYPE A Energy Rating, the building certificate that represents the maximum range of energy efficiency. Its advantages:

  • Reduction of energy consumption / reduction of CO2 emissions.
  • Economic savings.
  • Reduction of consumption of other natural resources.

The general strategies developed in favour of this sustainable management are:


From this sustainable commitment comes the driving force for the effort needed to generate 90% of all energy consumption through renewable sources, turning this hotel into one of the tourist complexes of the archipelago with the best and most ambitious energy efficiency parameters.

To comply with this percentage, the following facilities and management systems have been implemented:

  • Thermal solar collectors (high efficiency plates or panels).
  • Biomass boiler
  • Cooling unit with energy recovery
  • LED system in 100% of the installed lighting
  • Inmotic system, (KNX) the only current global standard for energy control.
  • A smart method to control energy resources; biomass boiler, solar thermal collectors (solar panels), modulating coolers with 100% heat recovery and high efficiency heat pumps. It is an intelligent system which allows each machine to act simultaneously, separately or in a combined manner, to give the optimal energy response to the hotel’s needs.

GF Victoria has been recognized by ‘Re Think Hotel’ as one of the 10 best projects for “sustainability and hotel rehabilitation” in Spain in 2017.


Our project has contributed to the conservation of the environment and the biodiversity of the area through an automated irrigation system with low consumption, thus reducing the island’s dependence on aquifers.

The vegetation is adapted to the local climatology and does not introduce any species harmful to the biodiversity of the area. Existing spaces have been enhanced through the recovery of important arid zones, transforming them into landscaped areas.


Architectural criteria have been imposed, focused on reducing the loads and thermal conditions to which the building is exposed.

The complex has 100% of the roofs as well as the exterior with thermal and acoustic insulators which prevent the transmission of temperature from the building. In addition, we propose innovative solutions such as intelligent gardening. We are talking about the largest rooftop garden in the Canary Islands and it has minimal maintenance. The structure of this ‘carpet of vegetation’ is light and allows for a perfect drainage.

The orientation of the building facilitates renovation and ventilation in a natural way.

The hotel will have a selective segregation of waste via authorized managers. Separation modules have been installed throughout the entire complex to collect the waste generated by both guests and staff.