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Eco-friendly Hotels & Stays

Aria Resort & Casino:

The Aria Resort & Casino, located right on the Las Vegas Strip, offers luxurious rooms along with a 150,000 square foot casino and 16 restaurants available to guests. The Aria Resort & Casino is also a committed environmental program. The Resort & Casino was the first in Nevada to receive a 5 Green Keys rating and has earned 6 LEED certifications. Their sustainability efforts include: the use of wood from responsibly managed forests, high efficiency water use, and 30% more improvement of energy efficiency than standard building codes. The Aria Resort & Casino is also a very affordable stay starting at $100 dollars a night, all the while feeling highly sumptuous. If you are in the Las Vegas area looking for an elegant, yet affordable stay, The Aria Resort & Casino is the place for you!

The Orchard Garden Hotel:

The Orchard Garden Hotel, located in San Francisco, California, is strategically located near the city’s Financial District, Union square shops, and many museums and attractions, most of which are within walking distance from the hotel. The Orchard Garden Hotel provides a comfortable stay in the cozy, 230 square foot rooms. They also host many meetings and events in the hotel, and provide breakfast for guests. The hotel holds both LEED and Green Seal Certifications, and was the first LEED Certified hotel in California. Some of their sustainability efforts include: composting all waste materials, using low flow water devices, and upgrading bathroom amenities to 100% organic and eco-friendly products. The hotel is also rated at an affordable price starting at $169 per night. If you are interested in an affordable and sustainable stay in San Francisco, The Orchard Garden Hotel should definitely be considered!

Virgin Hotels:

The Virgin Hotels, located in Chicago, offer guests a two chamber lodging concept for each room. The hotel’s location also provides convenient access to surrounding areas and tourist spots that are within walking distance. The Virgin Hotels are LEED Gold Certified, and their sustainability efforts include: strongly promoting walking tourism, green housekeeping, hotel-wide recycling, a soap donation program, green roofs for better stormwater management, and guest powered carbon-offset programs. The hotel’s location makes this a great spot for sustainable tourists who are exploring the city of Chicago, and an affordable stay starting at $176 per night. If you are searching for an eco-friendly hotel in the Chicago area, The Virgin Hotels are the answer!

Ambrose Hotel:

The Ambrose Hotel, located in Santa Monica, California, was the first LEED-EB certified hotel in the United States back in 2007. Their green efforts include: an innovative cleaning program, low flow shower heads and faucets, and 75% of all waste recycled or composted through their guest room recycling program. The Ambrose Hotel offers a luxurious yet residential feel and a 24-hour fitness center. The rooms start at the price of $239 a night, so if you are searching for an affordable and sustainable stay in the Santa Monica area, The Ambrose Hotel is for you!

Terra Hotel:

The Terra Hotel, located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, provides a boutique spa, infinity pool, rooftop hot tub, and an Italian restaurant. The Terra Hotel was Wyomingś first LEED Certified Hotel. Their green materials include: recycled steel and aluminum water bottles, and the beds, towels, and bathrobes are all 100% natural and organic. Their green methods include: employing qatar-saving systems such as low flow fixtures, dual flush toilets, and native landscaping that requires no irrigation for 34% of water usage. For only $297 a night, you can have all of the Terra Hotel’s many luxurious offers. If you are interested in a sustainable stay in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Terra Hotel should definitely be on your radar!

Proximity Hotel:

The Proximity Hotel, located in Greensboro, North Carolina, offers modern, loft-like rooms that come with a microwave, small fridge, coffee making facilities, flat screen television, seating area, and a desk. The Proximity Hotel is LEED Platinum Certified, and they promote and practice more than 70 sustainable efforts. These efforts include using 40% less energy than conventional hotels through: using highly efficient materials, the latest construction technology, more than 100 solar panels covering the rooftop in order to heat water, and reducing their water usage by 33% by using Kohler Plumbing. Also, as a part of their green promotions, the fitness center offers bicycles to promote sustainable tourism. For all of these services and amenities, the hotel rooms have a starting price of $256 per night. If you are interested in a sustainable and comfortable hotel in the Greensboro area, The Proximity Hotel is a great place for you!


The H2Hotel, located in California, is a beautiful hotel that incorporates both elegance and conservation. The hotel is LEED Gold Certified and has many green practices including it’s curved roof to filter and manage rainwater flow, and it’s solar panels that heat water for both the rooms and the pool located on the property. They also have bamboo floors and linens throughout the hotel. Each room has a built-in desk and chair, both indoor and outdoor seating areas, water bar, and the Eco-King bedrooms have a private balcony overlooking the courtyard. The H2Hotel is more than an optimal choice if you are planning a trip to California!

The Brando:

The Brando Hotel, located on French Polynesia’s private island of Tetiaroa, has 35 beachfront villas with personal plunge pools, and included spa treatments. The LEED-Platinum Certified Hotel is also carbon neutral. To produce renewable electricity for both lights and air conditioning, the Brando Hotel makes use of a seawater system, coconut oil, and solar panels. To further expand their sustainability program, they also use a rainwater harvesting system for both plumbing and laundry. Not only does The Brando offer lavish staying and sustainable methods but they are also located in a beautiful spot, right on its own private island. This beautiful and stainable resort is definitely worth considering if you ever find yourself at Tetiaroa!

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa:

The Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa Resort, located on a beautiful private island in Hadahaa, Maldives, has mastered its blend between both beauty and sustainability. The resort is the only on the island that holds an EarthCheck Certification. In their efforts to keep a clean world, to protect their surrounding reef, they have local marine biologists that monitor the water daily. The resort offers extraordinary and beautiful rooms and villas, dining areas, fitness facilities, spas, pools, beaches, and even hosts a number of activities and weddings. This beautiful resort is definitely one to be considered if you are planning a trip to Hadahaa, Maldives!

Hix Island House:

The Hix Island House, located in Puerto Rico, has a beautiful open concept layout that makes it both unique and stunning. Hix Island House is on the top of a breezy hill that receives regular wind flow, which helps it to reduce overall energy consumption. They also use solar panels to heat water and produce electricity, further promoting green living. Their villas offer full sized kitchens, outdoor showers, WiFi, and deluxe bath amenities. They also hold events such as: weddings, conferences, photo shoots, yoga classes, and yoga retreats. This beautiful and self-sustaining resort would be an amazing option if you find yourself in Puerto Rico.


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