This study aims to investigate the environmental responsibility actions and technologies adopted by managers at medium and large-sized hotels, of Beira Mar Avenue, in Fortaleza city. Our methodology is descriptive, using an inductive method with a qualitative approach. We applied questionnaires (structured interview) to thirteen managers of different hotels, having more than 50 housing units, classified as medium and large size, together with a systemic and non-participatory observation. Our results reveal that hotels develop clean sustainable actions and technologies as tools to mitigate the generated negative impacts. Finally, the conclusions point to the need of articulation between the public authorities, the hotel sector and the third sector, for the development of innovative technologies and the adoption of new behaviours in the management of hospitality facilities in Fortaleza-CE, Brazil.
Hospitality, Sustainable actions, Sustainable technologies, Environment