Green Living Accommodation in Bali

Bali! Who doesn’t know about Bali? Bali is the island of the favorite destination in the world. Bali famous by the clearly beaches, naturally panorama and the unique tradition and culture. The accommodation for tourist are also the best. In addition to the luxury and comfort, many hotels now brought the concept of environmentally friendly (green living) to respond to the rampant issue of climate change increasingly threatening. Now green living not just is a discourse, but also a potential selling point for resorts and hotels in Bali. Here is it!

  1. Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest

Also known by the brand Swiss-Belhotel Kuta, Swiss-Belhotel Rainforest brings the atmosphere of the tropical forest inside the building. Filled with shady trees and hanging gardens that surround the hotel, the atmosphere is what makes her guests feel comfortable when entering the lobby. Although located in Kuta frenetic, but the concept of tropical forests here successfully anesthetize guests to feel at ease during stay

  1. Nandini Jungle Resort & Spa Bali

The resort location is in the middle of the green slopes of the Ayung River in Ubud. Fresh air is immediately felt upon entering the resort was built with natural materials and surrounded by paddy fields. In addition to enjoying the scenery shade of his luxury villa, relaxing in the pool, and enjoy the spa, stroll around the resort is also fun. Occupants free use of bikes, use the shuttle to the center of Ubud, enjoy serving afternoon tea, join meditation classes in the morning and enjoy the welcoming massage for 15 minutes.

  1. Alila Villas Uluwatu

Having a concept as residential natural harmony, Alila Villas Uluwatu is the first resort in Indonesia, which received a prestigious award from Earth Check, an assessment bodies in the field of travel that focuses on the management of water systems and the use of recycled goods for the property.

  1. The Samaya Ubud

The location of this villa is located amidst the nature of Ubud. Specially designed so that occupants feel at one with nature around, in addition to implementing environmentally friendly policies based Green Globe certificate is applied for the guests. The designed for energy saving properties and urge guests to reuse towels me, and to train its staff to continue consistently on environmentally friendly policies.

  1. Maya Ubud Resort

Environmentally friendly concept has become a major concern of this resort by applying policies based on the Green Globe certification. Preserving biodiversity resources, ecosystems, and reducing pollution are some of the policies that apply to the management of this resort. In the short term, the resort is also committed to consistent on empowering local people, supporting local trade, and participated in a tree planting program.

  1. Villa Awang Awang

Sits on the slopes of the Petanu River, Rural Drift, occupancy was built in 2005 by Balinese architect Ir. Ida Bagus Wiadnyana is surrounded by stunning views of rice terraces. Antique furnishings imported from Lombok, Java and Bali, and each room is equipped with a fan and naturally gentle breeze from the nearby river.

  1. Ubud Green Resort Villas

The resort is trying to implement environmentally friendly policies to the fullest, including designing “griya” Balinese great houses with eco-friendly material. The walls, roof and floor of the room inside is designed to stay cool and minimize the use of air conditioning. No hot water using solar energy and not waste power.

  1. The Samaya Seminyak

The resort has won the appreciation of World Luxury Hotel. Its policies in favor of the environment also delivers The Samaya Seminyak on the certification of Green Globe award which ensures this resort operation remain committed to the concept of sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Well, there are some the best green living hotels in Bali. If you’re holiday in Bali I suggest you to you stay in that above hotel. Thanks. Have a good day. Happy holiday!

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