5 Eco-Friendly Hotels To Check-In During Your Next Eco-Stay In Bali
1. The St. Regis Bali Resort
Located in Nusa Dua, St. Regis Bali is one of the most luxurious hotels you can find on the Southern tip of Bali. The hotel has earned EarthCheck Silver recertification, which is a recognition gained from a global independent auditor who is actively watching a hotels’s sustainable practices across the globe. The hotel’s management systems and practices are aligned to support energy conservation. On top of that, the hotel reports its environmental footprint to the independent auditor and adheres to internationally recognized standards of the best sustainable practices in travel and tourism.
2. Maya Ubud Resort and Spa
The resort is known for their green practices and initiatives which are implemented in the hotel’s daily operations. These include recycling plastics and papers, reusing linens, utilising used water for irrigation and growing their own spice and herb gardens. During your stay, you will be invited to join a tree planting program at one of their CSR programmes to make the Earth greener.
3. Alila Villas Uluwatu
Located at the southern part of Bukit peninsula, this gorgeous resort overlooks the famous beach of Uluwatu. The hotel has also earned the EarthCheck Gold certification. It constantly demonstrates its commitment to high standards of environmental management with the following: The use of recycling of solid waste products, energy-efficient lighting, reusing whenever possible and minimisation of water consumption.
4. Komune Resort and Beach Club Bali
Komune Resort and Beach Club Bali is located on the eastern coast of Gianyar. This resort's mission is to help protect the black sand coastal area of Keramas by daily monitoring and removal of loose items and allowing the waves to cleanly wash over their beach club. To ensure that beaches around the resort area stay clean, a dedicated beach and river cleaning team operates daily. To maximise your eco-stay at the resort, walk through a solar farm or organic garden onsite.
5. The Samaya Ubud
This beautiful resort is Green Globe certified. They implement a sustainability management plan that includes water conservation using dedicated spring water installation. This water installation doesn’t only provide clean water to the hotel’s guests but also to the local community. In regards to energy-use efficiency, the hotel uses LED lighting with motion sensors throughout the estate. They organise a recycling programme on a daily basis and actively running CSR initiatives to help the local community.