Palma de Mallorca, 7 September 2023

RIU Hotels & Resorts shares its 2022 Annual Report

RIU Hotels & Resorts published its 2022 Annual Report to share its sustainability and social investment results, as well as the major indicators for 2022. Stakeholders and the media were given a sneak peek in Palma de Mallorca with Carmen Riu, CEO of RIU, Catalina Alemany, CSR director, and Lola Trian, Sustainability director. 

The company’s corporate culture is now guided by the concept of common sense sustainability, striving for ambitious yet realistic goals, involving the entire company in decision-making and projects, especially hotels, which are ultimately responsible for the application of many of the policies. The Corporate Social Responsibility strategy is focused on consolidating partnerships with organisations in the various destinations where the company operates to strengthen its relationships and have a more positive impact on the local community and surrounding area.

In 2022, the hotel chain invested a total of 2,264,689 euros in 71 projects carried out alongside 64 strategic partnersChildren’s causes continue to be RIU’s line of philanthropy (54% of social investment), with health, social development and education projects. These projects directly benefited 42,636 children and indirectly helped 94,093 people.

In 2023, RIU remains committed and is working hard to make further advancements on its CSR strategy, maintaining and consolidating partnerships both for social investment and biodiversity protection.

You can read and download the full report here.

About RIU Hotels & Resorts

The international RIU chain was founded in Mallorca by the Riu family in 1953 as a small holiday firm and is still owned by the family's third generation. The company specialises in holiday resorts and over 78% of its establishments offer its acclaimed All Inclusive by RIU service. With the inauguration of its first city hotel in 2010, RIU is expanding its range of products with its own line of city hotels called Riu Plaza. RIU Hotels & Resorts now has 97 hotels in 21 countries. In 2023, the chain welcomed 6,4 million guests and provided jobs for a total of 35,808  employees. RIU is currently the world's 36th ranked chain, one of the Caribbean's most popular, the largest in Spain in terms of revenue and the fourth largest in number of rooms.