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When choosing a hotel, you not only consider the facilities or the cost. Consider the environmental practices and initiatives undertaken by the hotel. Some hotels in the world have changed their image as an environmentally friendly hotel. Here are five of the most environmentally friendly hotels in the world, as reported in Sheknows.
1. Adrere Amellal (Shiva Oasis, Egypt)
Adrere Amella is located at the foot of White Mountain and offers the traditional life of people in the desert area. The hotel has 39 rooms built of clay. Adrere Amella occupies an area of ??80 hectares. Here you will not find electricity, because all rooms use candle lighting. Visitors are pampered with water coming from natural spring water and cool natural air vents. All dishes are also made from organic ingredients.
2. Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa (Queensland, Australia)
The hotel is located in the world's oldest rainforest. Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa uses solar power, LED lights, and even grows their own food. The hotel offers a quiet getaway with only 15 "Bayans" (villas) built among the trees. Daintree promotes eco-tourism and participates in conserving and protecting the environment. Visitors are also pampered with superb spa treatments.
3. Soneva Fushi Resort (Baa Atoll, Republic of Maldives)
This beautiful resort managed to achieve carbon neutrality in 2010. Soneva Fushi Resort is located in the northern area of ??Baa Atoll and is surrounded by beautiful white sand beaches and blue lagoons. The hotel collects rainwater, uses filtered seawater for ponds, and takes advantage of natural ventilation. All the furniture throughout the hotel is created from recycled materials and has energy-efficient lighting.
4. Mocking Bird Hill Hotel (Port Antonio, Jamaica)
For more than 15 years, this eco-friendly small hotel has undertaken a variety of eco-friendly activities. Hotel Mocking Bird Hill is located in the port area of ??Antonio, Jamaica. The hotel uses solar energy, natural air conditioning, and low chlorine water, and renewable energy. they also do not use pesticides or insecticides for their gardens.
5. Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa (American Canyon, California)
The hotel is the world's first Gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified hotel. Solatube tubular skylights provide natural lighting and products
organic cleaners for all toilets used in hotels. They also have carpets made from recycled materials, HVAC energy-saving systems, reflective roofing, and more. They even use recycled water for their koi ponds. You will find recycling bins in every hotel room, as well as the entire property there.Eco-friendly lifestyles we need to improve against global warming. Cover the earth from the danger of climate change due to warming glo [des]