Stay Green at the World’s Most Outstanding Eco Hotels

Travel is all about seeing the world, and it is every traveler’s responsibility to help conserve the environment for future travelers. Eco-friendly hotels all around the world give travelers an option to enjoy their trip while being conscious of the environment.

Rooms at Fivelements Puri Ahimsa Hotel
Rooms at Fivelements Puri Ahimsa Hotel

If you want to support these Green Resorts, Here are some of the best ones around the world according to Agoda.com:

Fivelements Puri Ahimsa Hotel
Fivelements Puri Ahimsa Hotel

Fivelements Puri Ahimsa Hotel (Bali, Indonesia) (check rates)

They operate with the three main pillars of sustainability: having a positive impact, environmental awareness, and social sustainability. Upon construction, they ensured that Bali’s three main eco-systems will not be impacted. They take care of the 58 species that reside in their natural reserve and they have installed Sycamore ceiling fans and super-efficient LED bulbs to reduce electricity use.

Jetwing Vil Uayana
Jetwing Vil Uayana

Jetwing Vil Uayana (Sigiriya, Sri Lanka) (check rates)

Sustainability is an important advocacy for The Jetwing Group. Through this outstanding establishment, they’re able to show just how much from where the hotel is constructed to promoting eco-friendly tourism. They’re also mindful of the suppliers they bring in, making sure that the people they work with are as serious about environmental friendliness as they are.

Langham Place Mongkok
Langham Place Mongkok

Langham Place Mongkok Hotel (Hong Kong) (check rates)

This hotel was a pioneer of eco-friendly property development. They feature charging stations for electric vehicles and a food waste recycling system that turns them into compost. They also donate excess food to charity, helping to alleviate dire hunger in disadvantaged communities. All throughout the hotel, there are also measures in place to reduce water, chemical, and electric consumption.

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ParkRoyal on Pickering
ParkRoyal on Pickering

ParkRoyal on Pickering (Singapore) (check rates)

It’s one of Singapore’s most unique establishments not only for its architectural design but for its environmentally friendly operations. They are a proponent of urban eco-living, using solar power and rain harvesting as important resources. They are an example that you can be environmentally conscious even in the middle of one of the busiest urban countries in the world.

Six Senses Yao Noi Luxury Pool Villa
Six Senses Yao Noi Luxury Pool Villa

Six Senses Yao Noi (Phuket, Thailand) (check rates)

Instead of breaking down the natural landscape to create a development, they have opted to build around it. Construction was careful not to tear down rubber trees that reduce soil erosion while providing shade. They also work with the government to revive mangrove forests around the premises. They encourage eco-friendliness among guests by banning imported water, opting to reuse glass bottles.

Terra's Tree House
Terra’s Tree House

Terra’s Tree House (Cameron Highlands, Malaysia) (check rates)

No eco-hotel is more authentic than Terra’s Tree House. Water is gathered from the mountain stream, electricity is only available at certain times of night using a generator, and food available is stocked only with organic ingredients. Each guest’s stay is an experience of nature. You can also go up the mountain and experience spectacular views of the natural beauty they work hard to preserve.

Veravian Eco Resort Pool
Veravian Eco Resort Pool

Veravian Eco Resort (Khao Yai, Thailand) (check rates)

Great views and unique architectures set this eco resort apart. It was designed to blend into nature, with the landscape being part of the guests’ experience. Everyone can step outside, enjoy the view of rolling green hills and breathe fresh air. There are also windmills and solar cells in place which provide tourists with great backdrops as well as bolster the hotel’s environmentally friendly measures.

Stay in these beautiful places and rest easy in the fact that you’re caring for Mother Nature, too. Protecting the world for future travels and travelers mean we won’t just read about these sights in the future, we can still visit them.

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