The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall has been recognised for its ongoing environmental conservation efforts after being awarded Green Globe Certification for the second consecutive year.
The luxury hotel is a hotspot for extremely luxurious and pampering Jamaica holidays and it has implemented a number of daily green practices such as reducing energy and water consumption and waste, conserving resources, preserving natural ecosystems, and planting a herb garden which is used by the propertys restaurants.
The conservation efforts are overseen by The Ritz-Carlton Environmental Action Conservation Team (REACT), who educates all staff departments on environmental practices to ensure the hotels carbon footprint is reduced as much as possible.
Tony Mira, the General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, explained: The Ladies and Gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort are genuinely committed to achieving high standards of environmental excellence and continue to embrace these practices during their daily responsibilities at the resort.
This certification would not be possible without their extraordinary commitment and further illustrates the hotels dedication of working towards a sustainable future by protecting and preserving our islands natural resources for guests and locals alike.
Guests at the Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall are also educated on sustainable practices upon arrival to the resort for truly eco-friendly Jamaica holidays and are encouraged to help save energy and water throughout their stay.
Green Globe is an internationally-recognised environmental certification which is awarded to businesses within the travel and tourism sector that operate green practices and are seen to be conserving energy, water and other resources.
The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall is located on 5,000 acres of tropical land in Montego Bay and offers luxury accommodation and facilities for tourists taking holidays in Jamaica. The upscale hotel has 427 beautifully-appointed guest rooms and suites; a full-service spa; five restaurants boasting exquisite Caribbean and international cuisine; over 25,000-square-feet of meeting space; and an 18 hole championship golf course.
The property has received the coveted AAA Five Diamond award for over ten years and it is now one of the most eco-friendly Jamaica hotels with its second Green Globe Certification.
Travellers planning to book holidays to Jamaica at The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall this year will receive a significant discount with the resorts Escape To Luxury All-Inclusive package that starts from $449 per night and includes all meals and drinks and a complimentary fifth night. Bookings must be made by 21st December, 2012.