The 10 Sustainable Luxury Hotels Opening in 2021
The More Eco-Friendly Hotels Opening, the Merrier...
A Sustainability Ranking in partnership with ETIC Hotels
You’re planning a trip and you’re trying to be as ethical and sustainable as possible?
niood lists you the 10 sustainable luxury hotels opening in 2021:
What makes Six Senses Botanique sustainable?
Our organic farm to fork menus align with our Eat With Six Senses philosophy, resulting in the quality our guests expect while lowering our carbon footprint as everything is grown in not flown in. Our on-site composting allows us to manage waste and return valuable nutrients back to the soil.
We’re blessed with seven water springs inside the property so we’re able to provide our guests with our own mineral water (the best drink in the house!). We have a water treatment station so we can return clean water back to nature.
Mindful of making responsible decisions, we also work with community members to see how we can contribute to a better quality of life for everyone, while preserving and celebrating local traditions and culture and the beautiful natural environment surrounding us.
What makes The Pavilions Anana Krabi sustainable?
Seemingly at the end of the earth, Aurora Lodge offers a luxurious window onto one of the world’s most spellbinding phenomena. The brainchild of award-winning Scandinavian architect, Snorre Stinessen, the lodge is a contemporary marvel in the heart of pristine wilderness. It is so remote and so private that it takes a helicopter to get here and is only ever bookable by a single group. Exclusive to Black Tomato clients, your stay here will be complemented by a programme of unique experiences which range from kayaking with orcas beneath the Northern Lights to a tantalising new take on off-piste skiing.
What makes Casa di Langa sustainable?
Ingrained in everything we do at Casa di Langa is a deep respect for our natural world and its sustainable future. From our commitment to carbon neutrality to our use of 100% recycled water for irrigation, we are dedicated to creating a luxurious experience that cares for both guests and our environment.
What makes Treeful Treehouse Okinawa sustainable?
The resort promotes and acts on creating the sustainable society by not using fossil fuels but using electricity instead, and producing more electricity with solar energy than used.
Our treehouse, completely in the air with 360 degrees windows, yet with air-conditioning and beautiful interior design, is built on the side of Genka River, considered to have one of the clearest water in Japan – This is the pure luxury.
It is the nature that lets us alive, not the other way around. You can feel that by listening to the sound of the river and watching the lighting bug twinkle, on top of a tree in the treehouse.
What makes Habitas Namibia sustainable?
We are surrounded by diverse natural habitats and hundreds of rare species of wildlife such as rhinos, zebras, wildebeest and more. We provide a safe haven for endangered problem species by integrating these species on our reserve.
Habitas RISE aims to support Namibia’s communities by empowering locals through job opportunities and hospitality training in partnership with Saira Hospitality. Habitas and Saira have partnered to employ locals, recruiting 70 people for hospitality training and hired 14 people to work full time.
What makes Habitas Tulum sustainable?
Plastic Hunters, an organization launched by our co-founder Eduardo Castillo & Olmo Torres, places garbage receptacles at strategic locations in Tulum to manage plastic waste and educate the local community.
In partnership with Maker’s Global, the Habitas Tulum family actively participates in local beach cleanups, aimed at keeping our beaches clean.
Habitas Tulum has partnered with Coorperativa Ambio’s Scolel’te Program, a reforestation project that protects indigenous communities in ecological zones in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. All of the proceeds from our musical concerts and film screenings in Tulum support this project, which has offset over 25 tons of CO2 until now.
When it comes to things to do in Belize, Alaia immerses you in local culture, heritage and recreational activities like no other resort can. Tucked just south of Mexico along the Caribbean coast of Central America, Belize has long enjoyed the allure that comes with being a relatively undiscovered tropical destination. From ancient Mayan archaeological sites and vast marine and terrestrial ecosystems to a cosmopolitan international cultural scene, Belize brims with “must do” adventures that almost seem to be custom-designed for curious souls.
What makes Xigera Safari Lodge sustainable?
What makes Amanvari sustainable?