In our interview with Kurt Schmack, owner of Laguna del Lagarto ecolodge in Costa Rica, learn about the ecolodge’s sustainability initiatives, the benefits and challenges of running a hotel sustainably. Kurt also shares useful advice for hotel managers keen to embrace sustainable practices.
Selva Negra Ecolodge in Nicaragua is often referred to as a best practice example for hotel sustainability in a rural setting. In this interview, the ecolodge’s manager Karen Kuhl tells us what it takes to run a hotel sustainably and how to make sustainability a business success.
Admittedly Dubai, United Arab Emirates’s glittering, booming metropolis, is hardly the first place that comes to mind in connection with sustainable tourism leadership. But even here, things are slowly changing, and Al Maha Luxury Desert Resort is a good example.
Learn about sustainability practices at PARKROYAL on Pickering in Singapore in our interview with Lee Kin Seng, the hotel’s Director of Marketing Communications.
Is it possible to focus on bio (organic) and business in a hotel at the same time? Of course, says Christiane Hütte, owner and manager of hotel Villa Orange in Frankfurt, Germany. In this interview she tells us why a focus on organic food and environmentally friendly practices makes both dollars and sense.