Seven Stars Resort & Spa is providing a refillable water bottle, received at check-in, as part of a new green initiative.
In order to conserve energy and water, the company has put on organized volunteer beach clean-ups by hotel staff and created a water-collection and recycling system.
Good to Know: Blue Waters Resort & Spa is also handing out water bottles to guests, as part of a plastic-reducing program.
In addition to the new refillable guest water bottles, Seven Stars Resort recently introduced:
- Re-useable cups and bio-degradable straws throughout its food and beverage outlets
- Reef-friendly sunscreen available at the beach and at the resort’s two pools
- Paper to-go containers
- Re-useable newspaper and in-room laundry bags
- Refillable water bottle at turn down
- Recycling bins throughout the property
Resort management also installed new air conditioning units in each guestroom as part of a recent multi-million-dollar capital improvements program.
To contribute to this green initiative, guests can re-use bath towels to minimize the amount of cleaning detergents used.
Seven Stars Resort & Spa, Grace Bay Beach recently invested $12 million in upgrades that included a second heated, salt-water adult pool, the re-design of the resort’s 167 expansive suites and living room lobby, a new private dining room, an expansion of the resort’s spa, and the addition of a rooftop dining space and garden, in addition to the resort’s existing organic garden and nursery.
For more information, visit https://www.sevenstarsgracebay.com/