The 10 Most Sustainable Hotels in Thailand
For an Ethical and Sustainable Stay in Thailand.
For an Ethical and Sustainable Stay in Thailand.
A Sustainability Ranking in partnership with ETIC Hotels
You’re planning a trip to Thailand and you’re trying to be as ethical and sustainable as possible?
niood lists you the 10 most sustainable hotels in Thailand:
What makes Soneva Kiri sustainable?
Soneva Kiri supported Restaurant Against Hunger since 2010 and donates US$0.50 of each main dish goes to projects that help fight malnutrition. By 2018, we have supported thousands of children suffering from malnutrition.
WWW’s objective is to raise money to finance the provision of safe water to people who do not have access to an improved water supply. Soneva Kiri has banned imported water and produces its own mineralized drinking water in reusable glass bottles.
Soneva Kiri set up a coral nursery in 2011 where branching corals grows.
What makes The Sarojin sustainable?
While plastic has many valuable uses, it’s no secret that the extent we rely on single-use and disposable items causes severe environmental consequences. According to research done by the UN, one million plastic bottles are being purchased every minute around the world – resulting in major pollution of our planet and oceans. With this in mind, we set out to reduce the plastic waste we produce at The Sarojin. From small changes such as replacing plastic straws with sustainable lemon grass alternatives to investing $50,000 in a brand-new on-site water bottling plant – we’re constantly looking for new and innovative ways to help the environment.
The bottling plant has been in operation since October 2019 and upon arrival, all of our guests are given refillable glass bottles in their room with water from our on-site plant. We’ve already seen fantastic results from this initiative and we estimate that we could reduce plastic waste by up to 120,000 bottles per year with our new plant. In a time when every little really does help, we’re really proud to have been able to introduce this for our guests.
What makes Bangkok Treehouse sustainable?
Its sustainability features are endless, including LED lighting powered by solar and wind energy, solar cookers, rainwater harvesting, floors, as well as walls and ceilings built from reclaimed wood and bamboo and insulated with discarded juice cartons.
Despite the rustic feel of the space, the hotel does offer all the tech-friendly amenities-computers, free wireless access and other common appliances. The LED-lit rooms are named after and decorated with different types of insects, which is meant to reflect the owner’s deep appreciation for nature. The hotel’s dedication to supporting eco-friendly causes is demonstrated by the fact that The Tree House has pledged to remove a kilo of trash from the Chao Phraya River for each of its bookings.
What makes Keemala Phuket sustainable?
A large part of our overall brand and design concept is respect for the environment and to cultivate practices that have less impact for our planet overall. Wherever possible and continually we are seeking to use techniques to lessen our carbon footprint through the following best practices:
What makes Rabeang Pasak Treehouse sustainable?
Showers are predominantly open-air, Bedroom windows are netted, and there is no air conditioning.
What makes Zeavola Resort sustainable?
Our environmental sustainability objectives aim to:
What makes Tongsai Bay Hotel sustainable?
The Tongsai Bay is a Green Leaf accredited Resort that employs a full time Green Projects Manager – Khun Jul who trains, educates and develops the Tongsai Bay’s systems or processes for environmental protection.
His key areas are focused on:
What makes The Hideout Phang-nga sustainable?
What makes TreeHouse Villas Tambon Ko Yao Noi sustainable?
What makes River Kwai Jungle Rafts sustainable?
It is our lasting philosophy that we care about sustainable environment. We conserve the environment by setting a septic tank under each room to avoid dumping the waste directly into the river. This type of Sewage treatment effectively helps to decompose or minimalize the waste. All woods used to form rafts, moreover, are woods from dead trees. We choose not to cut down living trees. What we want is to grow with the nature surrounding. The more we conserve, the more beautiful jungle we have.
Moreover, at River Kwai Jungle Rafts we believe in conserving the local culture, but at the same time we want to improve their standard of living and give them education. River Kwai Jungle Rafts resort therefore support Mon community by building Mon cultural temple, Mon Chedi, accommodations, Mon school & playground, drinking water hygienization, proper waste management and helping them fix houses and eradicate malaria from the area.
We offer jobs to locals and also education.