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Eco-friendly Ski Accommodation

Eco-friendly Ski Accommodation

We’ve created a list of properties that are genuinely trying to operate with little or no CO2 emissions. These properties have a whole range of initiatives to generate zero-CO2 power, whilst in most cases also installing exceptional insulation to minimise their energy needs in the first place. Some of the initiatives employed include ground source heat pumps, solar panels, mini-wind turbines and even an ice battery. Take a look at our eco-friendly accommodation options for your ski holiday this winter. We can also help you choose an eco-friendly ski resort and book train travel options too

Sustainable Initiatives

  • Hydroelectric energy
  • Futuristic ice battery
  • Built from local materials
  • Locally sourced food produce
  • Systematic recycling

 

Expert Eco Accommodation Picks

 
 

Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler

There are a number green initiatives in operation, which include complimentary Tesla charging stations, energy efficient lighting, homegrown herbs and vegetables, locally sourced produce, and chemical-free cleaning products.

Hotel Le Morgane, Chamonix 

In tune with the local environment and culture, Hotel Le Morgane aims to redefine the modern approach to mountain accommodation by installing heat pumps and solar panels in an aim to reach zero CO2 emissions.

Hotel Au Charmant Petit Lac, Champoluc

This hotel combines luxury with sustainability by operating solely on renewable energy and being built from recycled wood and glass. The hotel’s exterior is designed to fit seamlessly with the surrounding environment.

Hotel Boton d'Or, La Thuile

The hotel’s heating system is designed especially to operate on an eco-friendly ethos, by using 30 underground water sources to pump heat around the building.

Valsana Hotel & Apartments, Arosa

Day to day, eco policies are implemented throughout the hotel - most notably by the innovative ice battery, which captures and reuses waste from other appliances and connects it to the heat pump circuitry.

Rocks Resort, Laax

Rocks Resort is run by the White Arena Group, who are based on a philosophy called Greenstyle that aims to be fully carbon neutral and self-sustaining. There are various initiatives in place, from Telsa charging stations to the use of 100% local hydro-electric power.

Grand Hotel Zermatterhof, Zermatt

Run by The Matterhorn Group, who are certified under the ISO 12001:2015 international standard of environmental management, initiatives include a heating system operated by locally produced pellets.

Hotel Terra, Jackson Hole

From the use of recycled steel to fluorescent lightbulbs that use 75% less energy, Hotel Terra is committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. The roof is even made from 100% recycled Eco Shake shingles created from recycled materials. 

Biohotel Hermitage, Madonna di Campiglio

Trentino’s first Biohotel strives to fit seamlessly with nature, with a focus on sustainable water consumption and energy saving practices. Built entirely from natural materials, expect a fully health-oriented environment.

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