Helen Morgan

6 Amazing Eco-Island Resorts that Combine Luxury and Sustainable Innovation

by , 07/12/11

MICHAEL GRAVES SENTOSA ECO RESORT SINGAPORE

JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU RESORT – FIJI

STAR ISLAND RESORT, BAHAMAS

SIX SENSES ECO RESORT VIETNAM

THE OFIS TROPICAL RESORTS IN MALDIVES

MORRIS ARCHITECTS OIL RIG RESORTS

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MICHAEL GRAVES SENTOSA ECO-RESORT SINGAPORE

The 121-acre Resorts World Sentosa, an idea conceived by household name Michael Graves, is the brilliant eco-resort built on an island off the coast of Singapore. A multi-million square foot complex, the resort features six hotels, a casino, a convention center, a waterfront auditorium, a spa, a marina, an animal park, retail and restaurants. To compliment all this extravagant fun, the resort also features a number of sustainable initiatives such as photovoltaic systems to provide power, and green roofs to insulate the buildings.

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JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU RESORT – FIJI

Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is an extraordinary little eco-resort located on a peninsula outside of the town of Savusavu, Fiji. Alongside the opportunity to take part in some amazing diving and snorkeling in a marine reserve, the resort boasts traditional Fijian architecture and an organic garden. Plans include the restoration of the surrounding eco-system and the resorts boasts a community foundation that gives back to the local people.

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  1. oscardgyves November 12, 2011 at 12:22 pm

    Thank you for promoting Eco Resorts, we all have the responsability of taking care of our planet. I want to share a special place where i live in Mexico, is a natural park and they just built a resort in that park, the nice thing is the resort is eco friendly so they made a small impact on the environment.

    http://www.haciendatresrios.com

  2. caeman July 12, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    Wouldn’t it be greener and more ecological to NOT build on tropical islands and allow nature to have its own play space without our foot prints?

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