Sugar Beach A Sun Resort
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Sugar Beach A Sun Resort  
Resort in Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius  
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Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
EarthCheck
Travelife
ISO 14001 Environmental management systems
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Green roof
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
Please click on the below link to download our Sustainability report and get more information on Sugar Beach Resort Sustainability Initiatives.

https://www.sunresortshotels.com/sites/default/files/inline-files/document-3_0.pdf
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Earthbridge
Earthbridge  
Country House in Hikutaia, New Zealand  
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Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
NZPURE
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
Wind
Hydro
Biomass
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-energy building (zero net energy consumption on an annual basis)
Zero-waste hotel/accommodation
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
Our eco cottage Earth connection is close enough to feel grounded, yet has all the comfort you would expect.
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Dar al Hossoun
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Dar al Hossoun  
Riad in Taroudant, Morocco  
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Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
Green Key (greenkey.global)
Kiwano
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
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Biovilla Sustentabilidade
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Biovilla Sustentabilidade  
Lodge in Palmela, Portugal  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
TripAdvisor GreenLeaders
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-energy building (zero net energy consumption on an annual basis)
Zero-waste hotel/accommodation
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
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Hotel Panoramic
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Hotel Panoramic  
Hotel in Montepulciano, Italy  
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Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Premio Spadolini Unesco Ecosostenibilita'
Certificato Carbon free Regione Toscana
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-waste hotel/accommodation
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
Solar radiation provides energy to the hotel. The hotel is carbon free and it is based on an environment-friendly policy
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LUX* Grand Gaube Resort & Villas
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LUX* Grand Gaube Resort & Villas  
Hotel in Grande Gaube, Mauritius  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Green Globe - Certification level: Gold Member
EarthCheck
Travelife
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
LED lighting throughout the premises
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
LUX* allocates an amount from the price of each guest night it sells to the Tread Lightly Fund. This fund is used to enhance its green credentials by investing in a significant internal carbon-reduction strategy, focused on projects such as solar-power, LED lighting replacement, wind turbines and the recycling of grey water for cleaning of public spaces and irrigation.



For example, some hotels are now operating sea-water desalination plants, and successfully recycling waste waters, plastics, paper, cardboard and cooking oil (for bio fuel). A planting scheme for trees and vegetation has also been initiated to compensate for unavoidable carbon emissions, along with programmes of constant care for beaches and the natural areas surrounding the properties.



LUX* house water – still Earth and sparkling Dance - is locally sourced, natural and highly purified.
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Sani Dunes
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Sani Dunes  
Hotel in Sani Beach, Greece  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Green Key (greenkey.global)
Travelife
ISO 14001 Environmental management systems
Blue Flag
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Written environmental policy statement in place
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Bicycles provided to guests
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
• Treated wastewater is used for garden irrigation in the resorts, from
state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plants*
• Rooms and common areas are fitted with low-flowing water features
(5lt/min for taps and 10lt/min for showers)
• Continuous training of our staff on efficient water management
• Introduction of a zero-plastic strategy in order to reduce plastic
pollution that ends up polluting water sources
• Sani Resort has been running on 100% renewable electricity since 2019
(with guarantee of origin certificates)
• Sani Resort attained carbon neutral status for Scopes I and II, through
investing in trustworthy renewable energy Clean Development Mechanism
Projects (CDM) in the developing world certified by the United Nations
• Adopted tailor made tools to monitor our performance with KPIs
• All key suppliers are evaluated with sustainability criteria
• Preference to local producers
• Ongoing partnerships with NGOs such as the Hellenic Ornithological
Society for the protection of local wetlands.
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Dwarika's Resort - Dhulikhel
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Dwarika's Resort - Dhulikhel  
Resort in Dhulikhel, Nepal  
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Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
We do not have any of the above certification but the whole philosophy of the resort is based on conservation and preservations of the naturel and environmental heritage of nepal
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-waste hotel/accommodation
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
The sister concern Eco Organic Farms (6 Farms) supplies the majority of the food products to the resort.
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Pimalai Resort & Spa
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Pimalai Resort & Spa  
Resort in Ko Lanta, Thailand  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Green Globe - Certification level: Certified Member
Green Leaf (Thailand)
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
Support local community regarding waste management
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Ecohotel Primavera
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Ecohotel Primavera  
Hotel in Riva del Garda, Italy  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
LEED Certification level: Gold (60-79 points earned)
Energy Star - Score: A+
Ecolabel or Eco Flower (EU)
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
Geothermal
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
the entire Ecohotel Primavera structure is made of fsc and pefc certified wood
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Sharazad Boutique Hotel
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Sharazad Boutique Hotel  
Hotel in Jambiani, Tanzania  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
LEED
Travelife
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Green roof
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
We have been the first Eco friendly 4 star boutique hotel of the south East coast of Zanzibar .
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Porto Raphael Residences & Suites
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Porto Raphael Residences & Suites  
Aparthotel in Agios Ioannis, Greece  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Green Key (greenkey.global)
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-waste hotel/accommodation
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
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Umlani Bushcamp
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Umlani Bushcamp  
Lodge in Timbavati Game Reserve, South Africa  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
Fair Trade Tourism (Southern Africa)
Rainforest Alliance
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Green roof
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-energy building (zero net energy consumption on an annual basis)
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
-100% off the grid electricity supply solar panels .
-only indigenous water wise plants in garden
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Villa Pinia Eco-hotel
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Villa Pinia Eco-hotel  
Hotel in Odessa, Ukraine  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Green Key (greenkey.global)
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Wind
Hydro
Geothermal
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
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Casa Agricola da Levada Eco Village
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Casa Agricola da Levada Eco Village  
Guest House in Vila Real, Portugal  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
Green Key (greenkey.global)
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Bicycles provided to guests
Electric car charging station(s) available
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
Casa Agrícola da Levada is family owned and managed, and we strive to make the estate as ecological and self-sustainable as possible.
We are aware of the amount of waste and residues typically produced by the hotel industry, and we reject this business model.
Ecology is our mission and we go way beyond the current environmental legislation. In 2019, we emitted 19,332 tons of CO2. Subtracting this from the 80,000 annual tons our trees capture makes us a carbon-negative territory. In the past five years, we have reduced the volume of waste produced by 60% and, with the help of solar panels, we produce 35% of the electricity we consume.
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Sali
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Sali  
Hotel in Alexandroupolis, Greece  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Green Key (greenkey.global)
Green Key Global (greenkeyglobal.com)
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Bicycles provided to guests
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
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St. Tryphon Villa
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St. Tryphon Villa  
Accommodation in Tivat, Montenegro  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
LEED
EarthCheck
Energy Star
Carbon Trust Standard
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
Hydro
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
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Hamadryade Lodge
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Hamadryade Lodge  
Lodge in Puerto Misahualli, Ecuador  
Available on:

Eco Friendly Accommodation

Certifications:
TripAdvisor GreenLeaders
Rainforest Alliance
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Green roof
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Rainwater collection and usage
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Zero-waste hotel/accommodation
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
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Apsara Beachfront Resort & Villa
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Apsara Beachfront Resort & Villa  
Resort in Khao Lak, Thailand  
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Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Travelife
Green Leaf (Thailand)
Green Hotel Thailand (Gold Level)
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Designed for minimal interference with the natural environment
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Bicycles provided to guests
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Wastewater is reused after treatment
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Toilet paper made of non-chlorine bleached paper or awarded with an eco-label
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
No disposable (single use) cups/glasses, plates and cutlery
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
Is there anything that you would like to highlight, add or clarify?
We grow our own fruits and vegetables in our homegrown organic garden. We then offer these products to our guests.

In addition to fruits/vegetables/herbs, we also raise chickens for eggs.
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TUI BLUE Sarigerme Park
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TUI BLUE Sarigerme Park  
Resort in Dalaman, Turkey  
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Eco Friendly Hotel

Certifications:
Travelife
TUI UMWELT CHAMPION
ISO 22000
Do you utilise any renewable energy sources to produce energy on the hotel/accommodation premises?
Solar radiation
What makes your hotel/accommodation eco-friendly?
Building materials from sustainable resources
Written environmental policy statement in place
The structure maximizes air flow to reduce the need for air-conditioning
The structure maximizes natural light to reduce the need for lighting and heating
Windows that block heat/cold (i.e. triple-glazed windows)
Engaged in eco-friendly initiatives (i.e. reforestation, wildlife conservation)
Use of non-toxic cleaning products
Serving organic food at the restaurant
LED lighting throughout the premises
Environmental manager appointed
Employees are trained to follow environmental policies
Carbon footprint is measured by recognised CO2 measurement tool
Toilets flush up to 6 litres per flush
Signs in the rooms informing guests that towels will only be changed upon request
Waste is separated into at least 3 categories
Recycling bins in guest rooms
Organic waste is composted
Automatic system or key card that turns off the light and electrical appliances when guests leave their room
Air-conditioning and heating automatically switches off when windows are open
Most of the ingredients used to prepare meals are locally produced
A vegetarian alternative menu is proposed in the restaurant
An energy audit is carried out at least once every five years
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