Our sustainability measurements

Reduce and manage waste

Hazardous waste is handled and disposed of safely – oil from fryer;

Paperless procedures are in place at the front desk and back office;

Used light bulbs are disposed of safely;

Water refill stations are available to guests, who are encouraged to use these instead of single-use bottles;

Recycling bins are available to guests and 4+ types of waste are recycled;

Reduce and manage waste – single-use plastic;

We don’t use plastic miniature shampoo, conditioner, or body wash, we have reusable bottles that can be refilled;

We don’t use plastic water bottles – we have reusable bottles to sell and a filtered water dispenser;

We use reusable bags to carry groceries and we return the bags that suppliers use for deliveries so that they can be used again;

Reduce and manage water use

Drought-tolerant plants are used (cactus);

Rainwater is collected and used for watering land, plants, and crops;

Taps are water-efficient and with timer;

Guests have the option to reuse towels;

Guests can opt out of having their rooms cleaned;

Only using water-efficient toilets (low flow toilets / dual flush;

Only using water-efficient showers (low-flow showerheads);

Reduce energy and greenhouse gases

Manual sunshades that are used/shut consistently to keep the room cool;

ACs are off when guests are not using the rooms;

We try to buy always energy-efficient appliances;

Vegetarian and vegan options on the menu;

We use efficient LED bulbs;

Solar energy;

Food waste policy in place that includes education, food waste prevention, reduction, recycling, and disposal;

Promote safety, equity, and culture in your local community

Invest a percentage of revenue back into community or local sustainability projects;

Offer tours and activities organized by local guides and businesses;

Offer local artists the opportunity to display their talents;

Events – Lender community (circular economy);

Provide guests with info about local ecosystems, heritage, and culture, as well as visitor etiquette;

Reduce impact on the natural environmental

The company pays a monthly transport pass to encourage employees to use public transport;

The company promotes beach clean-up days;

Wild (non-domesticated) animals aren’t harvested, consumed, sold, or displayed/interacted with while captive on the property.;

Green spaces, such as gardens/rooftop gardens on the property;

We have a vegetable garden;


Recycled furniture;

Donate unused items program: Encourage guests to donate unused items, such as clothes and books, to local organizations.;

I don’t know if our foam in the corridors counts as “sustainable construction” practices.;

Local sustainable partnerships: Collaborate with local suppliers who share sustainability values, promoting a greener economy;

Exchange library: Establish an area where guests can exchange books, magazines, and other items, promoting reuse;

Digital maps instead of paper maps;

We don’t use hand paper dispensers and replace them with dryers;

Singular sheet toilet paper – recycled paper;

Heat pumps for hot water production;

Light with motion sensors;

Real plants processing CO2 vs plastic flowers Carbon plastic made;

Centralized AC system is more efficient than oil heaters;

We don’t do van tours with just 1 pax.