More About Verde Hotels

Verde Hotels is a sustainable hotel operator famous for its Hotel Verde in Cape Town, South Africa.

Hotel Verde Cape Town is Africa’s greenest hotel and the first hotel in the world to be certified with a Platinum LEED green building certification for both design & construction and operations & maintenance.

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In May 2014, Hotel Verde Cape Town became the first hotel in Africa to offer a carbon neutral accommodation and conference experience, at no extra cost to the guest.

Hotel Verde Cape Town has won a number of local and international awards for its sustainable initiatives, including the Internorga Company Trendsetter award in Hamburg and the award for World’s Best City Hotel for Responsible Tourism at World Travel Market London by a worldwide team of wine experts.

As a hotel management group, Verde Hotels specializes in a turnkey management approach.

This includes the construction phase of new hotels and the renovation phase of existing buildings that are then operated and managed by Verde Hotels, with sustainability at their core.

The aim is to transcend conventional hotel and business standards while entering into a new era of environmental consciousness and responsible tourism.

“Verde Hotels is proud to have signed this management contract with the Bakhresa Group, proving that going green is not only viable on the triple bottom line but makes good business sense” stated Samantha Annandale, CEO of Verde Hotels.

The ethos of the Verde Group and Hotel Verde Zanzibar aligns itself with a core belief of the Bakhresa Group: to continuously improve environmental performance through efficient operations, reduced impacts, natural resource and cost savings.

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Now, Over to You!

Have you ever visited or stayed at Verde Hotel Zanzibar? If so, I’d love to now what you thought of it.

Please let me know in a comment below.

Until the next time,

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