10. Soneva Kiri in Ko Kut, Thailand
Soneva Kiri is a stunning hotel in Ko Kut, Thailand featuring 35 poolside villas constructed from environmental friendly materials with systems for waste recycling, water conservation and offering only organic products for its guests. In 2011, the hotel was named the World’s Leading Eco-Resort and Spa by the World Travel Awards.
9. Six Senses Yao Noi in Ko Yao Noi, Thailand
The Six Senses Yao Noi hotel in Ko Yao Noi, Thailand has a unique style inspired by the local surroundings while also taking advantage of the good things in the world, with an emphasis on the well-being of their guests. Water management, waste, energy usage and noise pollution reduction ensure the utmost comfort for their guests.
8. Lion Sands Game Reserve in South Africa Reserve is South Africa’s premier private game reserve comprised of four luxury safari lodges in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve and Kruger National Park. With only torches and lanterns as illumination and a comfortable place to sleep under the stars, the reserve offers a unique way to get back in touch with nature.
7. The Park Hotel Hyderabad in India
One of the largest hotels on this list, the Park Hotel Hyderabad in India used recycled building materials, took measures to lower carbon emissions, improved water collection and energy saving while still offering exceptional accommodation.
6. Hoshinoya Karuizawa in Japan
Striving to offer the ultimate Japan experience, the Hoshinoya Karuizawa hotel makes good use of the geothermal heat of the hot springs nearby, with three quarters of the energy used coming from hydro-generators. Riverside villas offering magnificent views and the finest Japanese dishes cooked from fresh local ingredients make for an unforgettable experience.
5. Best Western Premier: The Haven in Ipoh, Malaysia
Located in the midst of an amazing landscape, with geological formations which took birth 280 million years ago, the Best Western Premier: The Haven in Ipoh, Malaysia is heaven on earth. The first one of its kind in the country, it features renewable energy usage, rainwater harvesting, a four level swimming pool, a jogging track, barbecue and picnic areas, gym and tennis courts, providing for a wonderful experience.
4. Kasbah du Toubkal in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco
A premier mountain retreat high in the mountains of Morocco, the Kasbah du Toubkal offers quality accommodation in fourteen en-suite rooms with a large garden and terraces with astonishing views. Located in the High Atlas Mountains, the retreat has a great view over the Toubkal National Park. Among its many amenities, the Berber hospitality makes the experience a lot better.
3. Treehotel in Harads, Sweden
The Treehotel in Harads, Sweden is not what you’d expect from a hotel. The rooms are actual treehouses and they come equipped with sustainable sinks, combustion toilets, LED lighting and offer a stunning view on the Lule River valley.
2. ION Luxury Adventure Hotel in Selfoss, Iceland
The ION Luxury Adventure Hotel in Selfoss, Iceland uses innovative and natural materials while taking advantage of the hot geothermal springs and the energy they provide. The furniture inside is made from reused wood and the organic room amenities are made out of Icelandic herbs only. And there’s no need to mention anything about the food, since you can imagine it’s the best organic food they can provide you with.
1. Misool Eco Resort in Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Part of the Raja Ampat Shark and Manta Sanctuary, the Misool Eco Resort is nestled in an archipelago of uninhabited islands in Indonesia. It acts like a tropical hideaway while also supporting conservation initiatives and offering sustainable employment opportunities. Built of reclaimed hardwoods and designed for comfort, the resort features Balinese-style open air bathrooms and handcrafted furniture and fittings.
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