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When staying in a hotel, either for business or for leisure, or tasting a delicious meal in a restaurant,
discerning travellers like you often search hard to find the level of service that will make your stay unique.

Workers in the hospitality sector work hard to provide those services, and to make sure that guests have a wonderful experience.
Those workers also deserve to be treated well. They deserve workplaces free of discrimination and harassment; they deserve decent working conditions; they deserve a living wage.
And they deserve to be able to form and join the trade unions that will help them secure these rights.
We are the trade unions in the global hospitality industry, reaching out to you and responsible travellers like you,
so that together we can advance a vision of Just Tourism around the world.
Through this website, you can identify and choose businesses that respect workers’ rights,
and value good service as much as you do.

Bon appétit, and sleep well! - An initiative by the Union of Tourism and Catering of Croatia (STUH), provides an online list of hotels in Croatia where collective agreements have been negotiated and worker rights are respected. The union is seeking to promote a quality of... - is a website created by the Fagligt Fælles Forbund (3F) in Denmark to promote the approximately 2,450 hotels and restaurants that have a collective agreement, which means that employees have secured rights such as a minimum wage, holiday allowance,... - this website was developed by SIPTU (Ireland). It profiles all hotels in Ireland covered by a collective agreement. You can search the site for conference facilities, hotel name or by city. SIPTU has worked extensively to gain support for the fair... - this is the union hotel guide of Unite Here! for North America. You can search the site by hotel name or city. It provides a list of hotels to patronize, and to boycott. Application for smartphones is also available. - Fellesforbundet (Norway) website provides a search engine to search all hotels covered by collective agreement, which means that employees have secured rights such as a minimum wage, holiday allowance, pensions etc. Currently, 427... - campaign in Slovenia is an initiative of SGIT, which represents hotel workers.Fair Hotels are defined as hotels that treat their staff fairly which are covered by collective agreements. The objective is to support and promote quality employment in the... - an initiative of the HRF in Sweden, this site allows you to search for all hotels, restaurants and other leisure facilities (such as Bingo Halls) which are part of the national collective agreement. You can search the site by business name,...