We are trying our best to take many different aspects of sustainability into account in our operations. That’s why the UN sustainable development goals are a very good basis for our operations. Mid April 2024, we have been awarded the Good Travel Seal certificate, which evaluates sustainability and responsibility. May, 2024 we have also received the Sustainable Travel Finland label.


We know our operating environment well. We value and respect it in everything we do.


We are committed to act fairly towards everyone, promoting physical, psychological, and social well-being.


We cherish cultural heritage in our operating environment, and we want it to be preserved for future generations as well.


After the pandemic, we still have a road to travel towards the financial balance. But we are committed to going towards the times where we would be ready to face, for example, new financial challenges. However, even during inflation times, we are still doing our best to continue providing jobs in the archipelago and move towards balanced economic growth.


By investing in quality in different areas, we can offer better moments and experiences in the archipelago. In terms of overall experience, atmosphere, food, drink, service and visual aesthetics.


We believe that everyone is equal regardless of age, gender, origin, or sexuality. We value all kinds of people; everybody has a place in our community.


We do not want to burden anyone’s health with our activities. We offer occupational health that supports well-being at work. We thrive to provide channels where our employees can talk about life’s joys, any sorrows, or funny moments.


We want to enable an environment where everyone feels safe to be, visit, have fun and/or work through their own personality, being themselves.


We want to understand the risks facing our operations as well as possible. We try to make changes based on them, in order to operate the best way, in relation to our operations. Currently, the biggest risks that require management are the inflation, and labor shortage.


We strive to communicate and handle unfavorable events as quickly and clearly as possible. Whether it’s a large power outage, too stormy rough seas, or interrupted service at the restaurant due to the health reasons, we will immediately communicate as multi-channel as possible.


At Adlerfelt, it is our pleasure and honor to operate at the unique Suomenlinna World Heritage Site. We are committed to acting according to the principles of sustainable travel. Read more about Suomenlinna as a world heritage site and the principles of sustainable travel.

We are happy to answer any sustainability questions about restaurant Adlerfelt’s operations. If you have something on your mind, please contact our Tanja, tanja@lonna.fi