The Bank Hotel Istanbul has preservation and conservation at the heart of its sustainability model. And with a certification issued by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, the hotel is bolstered in its conscious journey.
“It’s not only about food systems and the drinks on offer, it is about education around food and farming practices, and reconnecting with where the food comes from.”
A poem and accompanying essay by Demi Anter on letting go of a romantic relationship and finding contentment in the small things.
Set on a historical cocoa farm at the edge of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rabot Hotel From Hotel Chocolat is dedicated to ethical operations.
“The hotel attracts both locals and visitors. People share stories and give each other ideas. It was a link that was missing here.” - The Original Veronica Reed
Perched right on the beach of Kourouta in western Greece, Dexamenes, a former winemaking facility, has kept its environmental impact low by extensively reusing original materials.
“With being sustainable, one side of course is the environmental impact, but the other is about the social impact.”
French filmmaker and environmentalist Gary Bencheghib lives by the motto, “no idea that protects the planet is crazy.” We chatted with him about his journey fighting plastic pollution one river at a time.
Set in a car-free village in South Tyrol, Italy, Vigilius Mountain Resort is an eco-friendly hideaway with pristine views of the Dolomites.
“The point was always to be as involved in the local community as possible,” Christiane Wassmann says of Rastrello. On this episode of the Our Conscious Journey podcast, she shares how she's forged the connection.
How can a hotel create a positive, lasting impact on its community? On this episode of the Our Conscious Journey podcast, Paul Salmon, the creator of Rockhouse Hotel and the Rockhouse Foundation, shows us the way.
After years as a digital nomad, writer and photographer Katie McKnoulty spends a summer in a small town in Le Marche, Italy, learning how to travel—and live—more slowly along the way.
Set in Basel’s Steinenvorstadt neighborhood, Art House Basel is a cultural touchstone with sustainability at its core.
For Stockholm’s Hotel Skeppsholmen, sustainability means minimizing its environmental impact and developing a healthy working environment while giving guests a special experience at the same time.