Sustainable Travel In 2022
With travel slowly but surely roaring back to life - sustainability certainly doesn’t need to take a backseat while you’re on holiday. In fact, it can even start with where you choose to stay on vacation as you think about travelling more consciously.
From the wine country wonder of New South Wales to the deep-sea adventures in the Maldives and the vibrant hustle and bustle of Seoul, we’ve rounded up five hotels and resorts for some inspiration for travellers as they dream about their next sustainable escape:
voco Seoul Gangnam
Just opened on 23 April 2022, voco Seoul Gangnam is the first voco hotel in South Korea. Located in Sinsa-dong in the heart of Seoul’s energetic Gangnam district – one of its main tourist areas and economic hubs well known for trendy restaurants, designer-brand shopping malls and vibrant nightlife, the hotel offers a communal kitchen on every floor for guests’ usage and is the first to introduce the eco-friendly large size bathroom amenities from Antipodes, an award-winning plant-based organic skincare company.
Regent Phu Quoc
Just opened on 19 April 2022, Regent Phu Quoc is the first resort in South East Asia under IHG Hotels & Resorts’ upper luxury brand. Set on the waterfront along the pristine white sands of Long Beach with views of the calm waters in Bai Truong’s Phu Quoc Marina, off Vietnam’s southwest coast alongside a UNESCO-designated World Biosphere Reserve. The all-suite-and-villa resort has been designed as a sublime haven, infused with the soul of the island, with world-class dining experiences, private beach, spa, pool and gym facilities.
InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay
Situated in the tranquil and vibrant district of Robertson Quay, the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay’s Concierge team prides itself on their ready local knowledge and expertise to reveal the best of Singapore. For a more eco-friendly and active option, guests can use the complimentary Tokyobikes at the hotel, perfect for urban exploration within the vibrant neighbourhood of Robertson Quay.
Holiday Inn Kandooma Maldives
The waters around this resort in the Maldives are teeming with exotic marine life – and it’s the most important to the resort! In order to save the delicate eco-system which face a constant threat, Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives actively partakes in marine conservation, whether it’s our Reefscaping Project, Turtle & Manta Project or a walk with our marine biologist that aims in educating and raising awareness with our guests.
voco Kirkton Park Hunter Valley, Australia
voco Kirkton Park Hunter Valley is committed to providing sustainable accommodation in the Hunter Valley. Tread lightly on the landscape during your stay at its stunning manor estate. Graze on food harvested from their kitchen garden and sourced from regional suppliers. Turn on lights powered by its solar farm, eat honey from the hotel’s voco bees and eggs from their very own Kirkton Park chickens, or wander around its manicured gardens fed with recycled water. Visit the estate farm to feed farm animals and get up-close-and-personal with its voco bees!
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