TOP trends for ecoutourism in 2021 & beyond

 After analyzing studies and multiplying interviews, we share the 4 trends that we believe will mark the ecotourism year of 2021.


The Crozon peninsula was one of the 10 favorite destinations of the French in 2020


work elsewhere, if possible near nature

Between July and September 2020, Airbnb noted a 128% increase – compared to the same period in 2019 – in the number of comments referring to trips for “remote work”, “moving” or “discovering a new neighborhood” . Trips that correspond to destinations closer to nature. For them, this is a trend that is likely to develop this year as teleworking “becomes institutionalized” and the number of digital nomads continues to increase. According to the booking platform’s study, a third of those surveyed have considered living elsewhere during the lockdown period and nearly 40% plan to work remotely in the coming months. “Many travelers thus decide to test a destination, before taking the plunge: this is an opportunity to immerse yourself and to project yourself in a new environment before making a long-term commitment”, analyzes Airbnb. As for the French destinations which have the coast for stays that exceed two weeks, Airbnb points Cambo-les-Bains, in the middle of the green countryside of the Basque Country, Crozon, in the heart of the regional natural park of Armorique and Balaruc-les- Baths on the edge of the state of Thau. In 1947, George Orwell moved to this isolated house on the Isle of Jura in Scotland to complete the writing of 1984.


Like at home, with family or friends

The Airbnb survey also highlights the fact that respondents expect comfort “like at home”: good wifi, well-equipped accommodation, conducive to work and productivity. Johanna Jourdain, personal stylist, recounts her experience in Portugal: “Initially, my partner and I booked accommodation on Airbnb in Faro for a festival. The event has been canceled. As we both had the option to telecommute, we decided to make the most of our stay and worked from this beautiful, sunny apartment with a rooftop pool! This change of scenery made us both more efficient at work and happier. We will repeat the experience “! Another trend that naturally accompanies the idea of ​​wanting to feel like at home is that of the development of long stays in entire homes that are shared with family or friends. “We saw three times the number of searches that included the term ‘family’ in the ad title compared to last summer. This trend continues to grow, ”notes the Airbnb study.


Local tourism reinvented

In a context that is not conducive to projection, local travel will undoubtedly remain a key trend in 2021. Airbnb, however, notes a growing interest in exciting stays and sources of discovery: “Travelers are broadening their horizons and looking for travel experiences unique, staying in unusual accommodations ”. Thus, a variety of accommodations, particularly appreciated for their authentic character and respectful of the environment, such as tree houses or Cycladic architecture, yurts, tiny houses and domed houses particularly have the coast. Finally, the study also shows a certain optimism of the French people questioned considering destinations outside France often linked to major events such as Portimao (Portugal), host city of the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival and the Afrobeat Afro Nation festival in 2021, which ranks as the top most searched destination for 2021. The coming months will quickly tell us if all of these trends materialize…

Luxury Holidays that South Africa Has to Offer, combining green and comfort

South Africa has long been established as a
luxury honeymoon location with all of the stunning landscapes of beach and
bush, but there is so much more to South Africa that many people do not

ecotourism south africa


Everything is possible in South Africa,
safaris, horseriding treks, adventure trails, historical expeditions, scuba
diving, wine tasting, bungee jumping, fishing or relaxing at the beach or
spa.  There’s something for
The highlights of this versatile country
include the Kruger National Park, game reserves and Eastern Cape where the ‘big
five’ can be seen on safari.  The
Eastern Coast of the cape is known as the Garden Route which is a particularly
beautiful stretch of coast with pristine beaches, dense woodland and rugged
Those looking for a city break would head
straight for Cape Town with the stunning backdrop of the iconic Table
Mountain.  At Cape Town you will
find the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with its shops, the aquarium and
other tourist attractions.  Similarly,
Johannesburg offers the cultural break that you may be looking for but also has
easy access to the stunning natural world around it. 

Go to the “Zululand” territory, in the Kruger National Park or on the trail of the “Big Five” to discover the richness of the local fauna (elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, antelopes, and lions!), but also the admirable cultural contrast of this rainbow nation, just like the population of Johannesburg. Capetown, Johannesburg, Upington or Pretoria are all cosmopolitan beauties to discover, at your own pace.

You can also take advantage of your tour in South Africa to visit Table Mountain and its ring road, Kirstenbosch and its botanical gardens or the Cape of Good Hope and its immense natural reserve.

When to travel differently in South Africa?

Whatever the period you choose for your trip to South Africa, the sun shines all year round!

Temperatures are particularly pleasant between November and April. If the climate is less favorable to tourist activities between May and October, the temperatures remain mild, the tourists less numerous, and it is during this period that some wild animals can be discovered…

Whatever the season and your destination, the temperature differences are important. Between the subtropical climate of the Kruger Park and the Mediterranean climate of the Cape, between day and night!

If you travel in summer (November to March), take with you light clothes for the day, a raincoat for the northeastern part of the country and a sweater if you go to the mountains. The Kruger Park, KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique are areas at risk for malaria. In addition to an effective treatment (see point “pharmacy”), remember to take pants and long-sleeved shirts for the evening, to avoid mosquito bites.

In winter (from April to October), bring warm clothes for your evenings and safaris (pants, sweater, fleece), and especially for the mountainous regions where temperatures can be negative during the night (North-East part of the country). In the South, the average temperature is 18°C to 22°C during the day with some risk of rain, and cooler in the evening.

6 Things You Can Do to Travel Sustainably

Sustainability is on the minds of many consumers today. Most choose ways of lowering their energy usage to help the environment and to save money. Sustainable travel is another way that you can promote environmentally friendly living. If you are thinking about taking holiday soon, there are a few ways that you incorporate sustainable travel into your plans.
1.     Shop locally – Using local products and services is among the best ways that you can travel sustainably. Many regions offer local vendors that provide everything from food to wonderful native souvenirs. Ask about the origin of what you are purchasing to ensure that it comes from a local region. Try to avoid products that are made from threatened natural resources such as endangered species. Ask vendors if they offer goods that are manufactured locally before you purchase
2.     Walk – Anytime you can give your car a rest you are helping the environment. Take walks or choose public transportation when you travel. If you are on holiday, walking can be a wonderful way to see the sights and what the area has to offer. Check on bike rentals or simply take a bus where you need to go if walking is out of the question.
3.     Remember the 3 R’s – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle are the R’s that you should keep in mind. Products that are overly packaged are a prime example of waste. Choose products that require little packaging and get as many products as you can into one carrier bag. You could even purchase or take along your own recyclable shopping bags to cut down on waste. If you use containers that are recyclable then be sure that you are putting them into the proper recycling bins when you are finished. When preparing your travel equipment, always go light and focus on the essential
4.     Conserve energy – Saving energy is essential in protecting the environment. While many consumers conserve energy at home, they give little mind to it when traveling. Sustainable travel is all about helping out in any way that you can. Turn off lights when you leave a hotel room and keep thermostats at a steady temperature. Just because you are not paying the energy bill does not mean that you can’t help to save energy.
5.     Reduce your carbon footprint – Airplanes are always going to be in the air. The simple fact is that in today’s world, flight is a necessity. You can help to offset carbon emissions when flying however by packing lighter which in turn makes for a lighter flight so airplanes will use a bit less fuel. There are many other ways that you can reduce your carbon footprint when you reach your destination. Taking walks or participating in low-carbon activities will make a much bigger impact than you may think. 

Conserve water – Turn off the tap in your hotel room when you are not using it. For instance, if you are shaving or brushing your teeth, turn the tap off until you absolutely need water. Taking shorter showers will also help to conserve water. The fact is that the more people who actively participate in sustainable travel, the better the overall environment will be

Sustainability in Tanzania

Discover our guide to the most beautiful ecotourism trips in Tanzania. Tanzania is a favorite destination for safari enthusiasts. Thanks to its large parks, it protects one of the largest concentrations of wild animals in the world.

Go on an eco-safari off the beaten track to meet the Maasai or a responsible trek on the mythical Kilimanjaro and end your trip with a stay in a small village in a guesthouse in Zanzibar. Tanzania has something to satisfy all your desires… and those of your partner!

Going on an eco safari in Tanzania is to travel responsibly, off the beaten track, in the heart of the wilderness, and as close as possible to the local populations.

ecotourism tanzania


Many travelers takes it a given that every lodge shall be, by their very essence, green in such a place as Tanzania. But it would be a way to forget that sustainability is not to be reduced to buying local and saving energy; it englobes a lot more of criteria and goals.
Because many travel companies, as well as local actors, see Eco-tourism as a pure marketing strategy, forgetting about the very goal of sustainability : preservation.  According to the World Tourism Organization, sustainable tourism should lead to the “management of all resources in such a way that economic, social and aesthetic needs can be fulfilled while maintaining cultural integrity, essential ecological processes, biological diversity and life support systems”.
Luckily, others regard it as a genuine effort to imaginatively dispose of waste, employ and train local people, preserve the environment and support local communities.
You can check for successful examples on lodges and hotels that manage the difficult task to combine comfort and natural preservation.

B&B, with a pinch of Nature please.

Living in the urban jungle is fast-paced, full of stress and even toxic for some. More often than not,
city folk veer to the seclusion of quaint little towns and villages dotting the rural areas to take a
glimpse of good old pastoral lifestyle. Nowadays, vacationing in these bed and breakfast joints are
making waves instead of the mainstream hotel and resort stay most of us would want to have. So
much so that in the US, practically all states, whether in the outskirts of megalopolises to high up in
the mountains, have bed and breakfast accommodations that are truly sought after.

Most of these B&B’s have a lot of things in common from one another – it is reminiscent of the
yesteryears of personal lodging, has excellent homemade food prepared, secluded and exclusive to
almost only 10 or so guests for every stay, and fabulous views of manicured gardens and landscapes.
Whether nearby a ski resort area or in the northeast US where a maritime feel is evoked in every
stay, these B&Bs provide a fabulous backdrop for any vacation, more so for urban folk awaiting to
detoxify themselves from the stresses of city living.

Though these bed and breakfast accommodations have been small-run businesses and are very
much personal to the guests, they still live up to the eco-philosophy that is running on the minds
of hoteliers around the world. Great examples are found in Greenty’s wide selection of bed and
breakfast lodging. Carriage House B&B in Lynchburg, Virginia is a classic example of early American
lifestyle complete with spacious foyers and brick exterior facades. Madeleine Inn in Santa Fe, New
Mexico has been set strategically in the middle of ski vacation areas, city establishments and the
pristine New Mexico landscape – giving guests a sampling of all local sights and sounds. High up
in the mountain area of Leavenworth comes Sleeping Lady Mountain Retreat, offering variety of
green activities such as nature and music retreats for those visiting from urban areas. Lastly, if guests
want a feel of pastoral living on a fully-functioning ranch, then First Farm Inn situated on Northern
Kentucky is the best place to groom, tack up and befriend barn animals some thirty minutes outside
of Cincinnati.

Bed and breakfast accommodation may be some of the best places to recharge, relax and
rejuvenate, and it has so much more at store to promote wellness as well as the protection of our

Nature at it’s best

Hi readers,

Today I will be sharing some of the most beautiful scenery photos taken by photography enthusiasts, which are uploaded onto pinterest, a virtual version of a personalized pinboard where members share photos.

Personally, I feel that these photos really brought out the beauty of nature and it is something that we, as human beings, should really appreciate before they are gone..

Phuket, Thailand
Lord Howe Island, Australia
Chartreuse Regional Nature Park, France
Hanging Lake in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, South Africa
Lofoten Islands, Norway

Cherry Blossom Lake, Taiwan

There are of course more photos that were uploaded and it will take forever to upload all of them here. Do you find them captivating? 
Fact is, because such sceneries are highly sought after by visitors, it is saddening that litter gets left behind when they do visit the place. 
Here is one example:

Playa Ascension, Curacao

Like the other beautiful beaches, this place used to shine with charm and is one of the top turtle breeding areas in Curacao. However over the years, trash is left behind by visitors and eventually accumulated to knee deep levels. Poor turtles now have limited places for them to breed! The locals are currently in the midst of cleaning up beaches like these but there still many left to be cleared.

When beaches get polluted with litter and harmful materials, it endangers marine life as well because sea water gets contaminated. Innocent sea creatures consume these harmful litter and as a result, they get poisoned and perish. 

Spinner Dolphins at Maldives
Imagine these dolphins would cease to exist if beaches are not well maintained. 
So think twice when you visit the golden sandy beaches next time and treat these places with care.

Unfortunately, seas and beaches are not the only scenic places that gets polluted. As the saying goes ‘Out of sight, out of mind’. Hidden spots such as the hills and jungles often gets litter due to human activities like hiking and biking too. Many people are unaware that when there is a heavy rainfall, these litter can still be washed down the hills and flow through the river streams, eventually ending up polluting the nearby lakes. The Naini Lake in Nainital, India, is one example of a lake that is polluted due to mainly tourism activities.

All these pollution caused have raised many concerns regarding tourism and its providers, especially those that are located right in the forestry areas or sea front line resorts and hotels. The good news is, these concerns have turned into actions in which many tourism providers are amending their operations to be more environmentally friendly.

Coincidentally, I happened to see this comic illustration on 9gag today.

Hope you get the drift. Play your part in protecting the environment by being a responsible traveller before it’s too late.

Here at Greenty, we give recognition to accommodation providers which take pride in reducing any environmental impacts whenever possible.

Here are the list of hotels and resorts rated this week:

Sarara Camp
Papillote Wilderness Retreat
Tamarind Tree Hotel and Restaurant
Hotel Rural Quinta de Bispos
Balenbouche Estate
Fond Doux Holiday Plantation
Hog Hollow Country Lodge
Hotel Posada del Valle
Agroturismo Can Marti
L’Ayalga Posada Ecológica
Finca al-manzil
Finca De Arrieta
Granada Vacation Rentals
Ecohotel la Correa
El Bancalillo
Ca’n Verdera
Son Bernadinet
Hotel Casa Camper
Jetwing Lighthouse
Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Novotel Bangna Bangkok
Novotel Phuket Resort
Dalyan Queens Hotel
Club Afrodit
Atami Hotel
Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort
Alveston House Hotel
The Cavendish London Hotel
Cedar Manor Hotel
Chatsworth Hotel
Chewton Glen Hotel
Combe House Hotel
Crieff Hydro Hotel
The Howard
Greenbank Hotel

Green Lawns Hotel

Langdale Hotel

Langdale Hotel

Longmynd Hotel

Huntingtower Hotel

Draycott Hotel

The Zetter Hotel

Rufflets Country House Hotel

Atholl Palace Hotel

Battlesteads Hotel
Best Western Edinburgh Capital

Best Western Edinburgh City

Budock Vean Hotel Ltd

De Vere Carden Park Hotel Golf Resort Spa

Careys Manor Hotel

Crown Spa Hotel

Dunstane City Hotel

The Esplanade Hotel

Lancaster London

Lysses House Hotel

Have a good day!

Signing off,

Recycling plastic into … roads

A Tasmanian government body has found a very unique way to recycle single-use plastics and other landfill-bound waste by building a new road. 
173,600 plastic bags and packaging, 82,500 glass bottle equivalents diverted from landfill, Toner
from approximately 5,900 used printer cartridges and more than 33
tonnes of recycled asphalt were  repurposed to create the 330 tonnes
of asphalt used to construct a 500-meter long road along Charlton Street in the town
of Snug, outside the city of Hobart.

It’s the first road of its kind in the Australian state. Great example to follow.

Future of ecoutourisme in France (and elsewhere in Europe)

 “The phenomenon remains difficult to quantify, however, since there is for the moment no body that manages to classify rigorously what falls under ecotourism, to define the sector, its exact perimeter, and to measure it”, explains Jean-Marie Boucher, CEO of consoGlobe, the Internet portal for sustainable development. Difficult to distinguish therefore, especially as a number of related concepts such as responsible tourism, ethics, fair trade etc. confuse the issue a little more.

France ecotourism

Between social trend and fashion phenomenon

But, deep down, is this green tourism really worth taking an interest in? Isn’t it just a simple fancy ?

Not so sure … “This is more of a fundamental trend that is running through society,” said Françoise Riera-Dabo, founder of FRD Conseil, consultant in trends and brand strategy.

There is a growing awareness in society that the planet cannot be allowed to deteriorate. That if we continue like this, we are going straight into the wall.

This is a gradual, diffuse awareness, but it will become more and more important to take it into account. “Tourism surveys for 2020-2030 indicate hypotheses where certain parts of the territory are invaded by water and therefore … no longer usable for tourism,” she adds.

For sociologist Jean Viard, research director at CEVIPOF (Center for Political Research at Sciences Po) and author of numerous books on tourism, ecotourism is “between the fashion phenomenon and the phenomenon of anxiety”. “The sector is being seized by this logic of sustainable development, but it is obvious that there is a contradiction between the ecological objective and tourism itself.

Traveling thousands of kilometers by plane to spend a week in China for pleasure is, in itself, totally unecological.

Basically, the best way to do ecotourism is to stay at home! “” I mainly believe in sorting waste, saving energy (…), but I do think that this will become the norm. This will even become, in the long term, an exclusive concern and the hotels which will not have adapted will remain on the side of the road. “

“In my opinion, this is a fundamental trend that is turning into a fashion phenomenon”, considers Jean-Marie Boucher. “As with all fashions, I think that we will see things flourish, witness an inflation of the offer, with the danger which is to put green labels everywhere, but that once fashion is a little fallout, something solid and lasting will remain. The offer will have been permanently reoriented towards greener products, which will have taken an increasing place in the overall tourism offer. “


In any case if you go to France please get a good travel insurance, they call this an ” assurance voyage ” . merci !

Green Ho Ho Ho(tels) Around The World.

Ever wondered about the mystical Nicaragua? How about a laid
back and peaceful holiday in Switzerland? What about the unknown and vibrant
Slovenia? To spice things up a little, let’s throw in unique Morocco to the hat, along
with exotic Argentina
With the festive season just around the corner, people are probably making plans to travel. In a bid to help you travel green, below are green hotels
from the various countries mentioned, and hopefully these green hotels will appeal to you!

Picture courtesy of 
 Lahuen-Co Eco Lodge & Spa Termal website

For a really green travel, look no further than the
Lahuen-CoEco Lodge & Spa Termal in Argentina. This
eco-lodge was designed to be eco-friendly, and allows guests to enjoy a luxurious
yet green holiday.
Lahuen-Co Eco Lodge & Spa Termal is powered partially by solar and hydro-electrical
energy, while water is reused. Guests are requested to refrain from bring
non-biodegradable materials, keeping in line with
Lahuen-Co Eco Lodge
& Spa Termal
’s green policies.

Picture courtesy of Eco Hotel Locanda del Giglio website

too interested in travelling over to South America? Well then, how about a
relaxing trip high up in the mountains in Switzerland. Hidden away from the
buzzing city,
Eco Hotel Locanda delGiglio promises to redefine your definition of peace with a green
perspective. Enjoy the freshness of the air, and embrace the organic meals
served at Eco Hotel Locanda del Giglio. Interested in starting a
business? Perhaps consider the areas nearby Eco Hotel Locanda del Giglio, as Eco Hotel Locanda del Giglio promises to support sustainability
and patronise local start-ups nearby.

Turning the style up, Bohinj Park Eco Hotel has to be mentioned if one ponders
about the yonder within Slovenia. Featuring state of the art facilities which
aid green initiatives, Bohinj Park Eco Hotel is definitely worth a visit for
visitors interested in going on a green holiday! This 5 star hotel has invested
heavily in alternative energy systems, with an energy well used in heating up
of the hotel. Bohinj Park Eco Hotel also emphasises on proper cleaning
procedures, stating that cleaning products may be bio degradable, but not all
are eco-friendly, and that cleaning should strictly be done with eco-friendly
products only.

Picture courtesy of 
Touda Ecolodge website

Moving on, it gets greener and greener! This time, in Morocco, is the
critically acclaimed Touda Ecolodge. As with all eco-lodges, Touda
Ecolodge too has energy saving implementations like energy efficient
lightings, solar power, and low flush toilet to say the least. What makes Touda
Ecolodge stands out is its commitment to the environment, with the
planting of at least 2200 almond trees. This is done with the hope of limiting
soil erosion, and giving the area around Touda Ecolodge a green and lush

Saving the best for the last, I am
delighted to be able to present to you La Mariposa Eco Hotel. This hotel tries
its best to provide comfort for guests, but ultimately warns guests that the
premise is extremely eco-conscious, and is limited in its facilities. La Mariposa
Eco Hotel runs solely on solar power, with the energy stored in batteries.
Energy depletion is a real threat, and guests are encouraged to practise energy
saving habits while staying at La Mariposa Eco Hotel. Almost all items are
recycled, and mostly are as decorative items.

So there you have it, another 5 green
hotels to consider for a green holiday trip. Below are other recent hotels
evaluated by me, and hopefully they could be of interest to you! Merry Christmas, and have a happy holiday!

How to spot for a Green Hotel?

Hi Readers,

Following up from the previous blog post, here are some useful tips on how you can judge whether a hotel is green or not.

#1: Check for Green Labels

Starting from the most straight forward method, try to spot for Green Labels on the hotel’s official website or publications. These Green Labels are often awarded by independent third party organization and thus, have already evaluated the hotels subjectively, saving you the trouble. Some examples of Green Labels include: Green Key, Green Globe and EarthCheck, which is a partner of

Source: Google images

#2: Look out for green practices

In some cases in which hotels might not display their Green Labels distinctly and publicly, it is best if you look out for environmentally friendly policies that are implented by the hotel. Here are some examples:

Recycling bins

These bins are usually placed at the hotel lobbies and facilities sites like the swimming pool. Do try to spot them the next time you visit a hotel!

No-smoking policy
To ensure high air quality for all its guests, some hotels would impose a no-smoking policy on its premises.
Linen reuse option

Do not be surprised or offended if you happen to see such signs in your room. Some hotels place such signs in their guest rooms to encourage guests to indicate whether they would like their linens and towels to be washed daily. The primary purpose of such practices is to conserve water through reduced laundry.

Bulk Soap and amenities
These bulk dispensers play a huge part in saving the environment by reducing the amount of individual packaging materials required. Many of you might not also realise the wastage of soaps and shampoos involved if these products were distributed in individual packaging; unused products would have to be eventually thrown away after every guests’ stay.
Organic food
Organic food may generally refer to food that are produced without using chemical fertilizers and pesticides, which are mainly harmful to the natural environment due to contamination of ground water. Some hotels have actually taken steps to grow their own vegetables and fruits in an eco garden, to ensure that ingredients used in the hotel’s restaurants are fresh and thus provide healthy benefits for its guests.

#3 Incorporation of hotel design and eco-friendliness

Feel free to contact the management of the hotel to enquire on the degree in which eco-friendly designs have been integrated into the construction of the property.
Some hotels have attempted to do so by using green roofs which acts as a natural heat insulator and reduces room temperature within the building.
Nowadays, it is also a common practice for hotels to install equipment that generates alternative sources of energy and water such as solar panels to create heat and water treatment systems that treat collected rain water.

#4 Involvement with staff and the local community

There is no point in designing the hotel to be environmentally friendly if the staff does not execute the green policies. Thus, it is the hotel’s responsibility to train its staff on being green as they are the ones who will be managing the operations of the hotel. The employees of the hotel can also uphold the “green values” by encouraging guests to conserve water and energy.
Being green could also mean giving back to the local community of the area that the hotel is situated at. The hotel can do this by supporting local food produce, as well as highlighting the local art and culture to its guests. It can also help the needy through charity drives.
Lastly, hotels may opt to be involved in conservation projects, to protect the natural surroundings of the place. This is especially so for hotels and resorts that have beaches or tropical jungles located in proximity to its premises. Examples of conservation projects include beach clean ups and restoring of homes for the fauna and flora.

Hopefully, this post helps to clarify any confusion of what a Green Hotel really is.

Here’s the links of hotels that has rated this week; do feel free to browse through them as we continue to introduce and rate more green hotels daily.

Reserva Ecologica Pachijal
Napo Wildlife Center
Piedra Blanca Ecolodge
La Selva Jungle Lodge
Hotel Patio Andaluz
Kapawi Ecolodge
Sonaisali Island Resort
Maritim Hotel Berlin
Creativhotel Luise
Maritim Hotel Dresden
Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten
Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin
The Regent Berlin
Maritim Hotel Frankfurt
25hours Hotel Frankfurt By Levi’s
Barcelo Cologne City Center
Maritim Hotel Köln
Steigenberger Parkhotel Düsseldorf
Novotel Hong Kong Century
Novotel Hong Kong Citygate
Novotel Shanghai Atlantis
Hotel Alexandra
Sankt Helene Holiday Resort
Maritim Bonn
InterContinental Berchtesgaden Resort
InterContinental Berlin
InterContinental Düsseldorf
InterContinental Frankfurt
InterContinental Hamburg
Flamboyant Hotel & Villas
Le Parc aux Orchidees
Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
Novotel Hyderabad Airport
Udayana Lodge
Novotel Bali Nusa Dua Hotel & Residences
Novotel Bandung
Novotel Bogor Golf Resort and Convention Center
Novotel Lombok
Novotel Semarang
Novotel Solo
Novotel Yogyakarta
Locanda della Valle Nuova
Novotel Milano Malpensa Airport
Novotel Milano Nord Ca Granda
Novotel Venezia Mestre Castellana
Viva Wyndham Maya
Viva Wyndham Azteca
Hotel en Ixtapa
Barcelo Huatulco Beach
Barcelo Tucancun Beach
La Puertecita Boutique Hotel
Novotel Mexico Santa Fe
Scandic Sanadome
Novotel Hamilton Tainui
Novotel Queenstown Lakeside
Hotel Novotel Auckland Ellerslie
Novotel Capital Wellington
Novotel Rotorua Lakeside

Signing off,