Hotels & Lifestyle

Sustainable Stays: Introducing Lengishu, Kenya

Located at the centre of Borana Conservancy, this new luxury property is not only entirely solar powered but also built entirely from sustainable materials.

Make your next safari adventure a sustainable one. Built entirely out of sustainable materials, this unique family home has been carefully designed to blend into its surroundings. The stones have been excavated from the site itself, whilst the wooden beams and panels are made of teak and gum poles from Kenya. Even the walls consist of rammed earth. What's more, Lengishu runs entirely on solar power for both electricity and hot water -...

January 06, 2019

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Where To Find New Zealand’s Five Best Luxury Eco Stays

Experience the beauty of New Zealand’s majestic skylines with FOUR’s pick of the best luxury eco accommodation.

1 Hapuku Lodge and TreehousesSurrounded by breathtaking terrain, Hapuku Lodge is a five-star eco-retreat found just a few kilometres north of the eco-marine town of Kaikoura. No ordinary lodge, accommodation here is nestled 30 feet in the air - the tree houses sit amongst a native Kanuka Grove underneath the majestic Kaikoura Mountains. Contemporary and cool within, the idyllic setting adds to the allure, with wild deer wandering...

January 04, 2019

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Eco Escapes: Introducing voco™ Kirkton Park Hunter Valley

Secluded, sustainable and serene – voco™ Kirkton Park Hunter Valley is set to offer wine buffs the retreat of dreams.

IHG is set to give its stunning Kirkton Park property in the NSW wine region a fresh revamp as voco™ Kirkton Park Hunter Valley, making it the fourth signing in Australia since the brand's launch in June 2018.  With 70 sleek rooms, the property was one of the first Hunter Valley Hotels established in the prestigious wine region. In June 2017 IHG took over management of the hotel under the banner of Kirkton Park Hunter Valley...

January 02, 2019

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The Future Of Sustainability: Lanserhof Sylt

Leading the way in sustainable travel, the new resort will feature Europe’s largest thatched roof and impressive eco-friendly building materials.

Meet the face of the future. Opening its sleek doors in 2020, Lanserhof Sylt is set to offer modern travelers the perfect sustainable escape. Located on the Island of Sylt off the coast of Germany, a place often referred to as the Hamptons of the country due to its impressive natural landscape and temperate climate, the new resort features eco-friendly materials and a focus on wellness. With 68 rooms, guests can check into a world of...

December 31, 2018

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