Our commitment to Sustainability
We’re committed to keeping our environmental footprint as small as possible, not only to save energy and lower harmful emissions, but also to protect the natural environment of Rhodes and the beautiful Kallithea area.
- All our windowpanes and frames (an area of 2,000m²) are energy efficient.
- Heat recovery chillers reduce energy costs of air conditioning units and hot water by up to 5 times
- All the heating and cooling in rooms and public spaces is handled by chillers and inverter pumps, reducing energy costs by 3 times.
- Our outside walls have been fitted with an external thermal insulation composite system.
- All our interior walls are painted with European Eco-Label paints.
- We use LED technology light bulbs and light strips in all light fittings around the resort, reducing energy consumption and maintenance requirements.
- A total of 14,000 low-energy LED bulbs have been fitted around the resort.
- In total, we’ve used 40,000m of energy-saving LED tape around the premises.
- With reverse osmosis and nanofiltration technology, not only is the tap water in rooms and common areas drinkable, but you save 450g of CO2 emissions (equivalent to 6km of driving) by consuming your 3-litre daily water quota.
- All rooms have been fitted with sophisticated energy management systems, so you don’t even have to worry about switching off the lights.
- We’ve introduced 450,000 pasta straws to replace all plastic ones for the 2019 season.
- No more plastic dishes, glasses and cutlery are being used in any of our food & beverage outlets.
- All our landscaping has been done with Mediterranean plants, minimising irrigation needs. Just take a walk around the gardens and smell the rosemary and thyme. You’ll know what we mean!
- All waste (packaging, kitchen oil, batteries) in the resort is recycled.
- We’re proud to be flying the Blue Flag, awarded for the exceptional water quality and cleanliness of Kallithea beach. Rhodes has more coveted Blue Flagged-beaches and marinas (39) than any other location in Greece.