Enhanced luxury and enhanced sustainability at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort.

Ongoing initiatives to improve sustainability and create additional luxury through renovations and resort renovation will be an important talking point from Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in May.

Ongoing commitment

Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort is proud of the significant progress it has made in the area of ​​sustainability and continues to innovate and improve in all areas of its operations. Near future plans include adding digesters and mechanical compressors to turn all food waste into gray water for landscaping and fertilizer. Investigations are ongoing to explore further opportunities to reduce paper use and waste and to further reduce single-use plastics in partnership with bathroom amenities suppliers and to provide reusable bottles throughout the resort.

Recycle and reduce waste

To demonstrate Anantara’s continued commitment to sustainable hospitality, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort has partnered with sustainability consultant Radhika Arapali with the goal of positively impacting waste management and energy efficiency by 20% in 2022. Recycling initiatives have already led to a 102% increase in glass recycling across resort.

Dedicated bins in all offices increased paper recycling by 18% and total recycling nearly tripled from 4% in February to 11% in March. These improvements have allowed to reduce landfill waste by 19% and total waste by 14% in the same period.

The addition of the flavored water dispenser allowed 600 single-use plastic bottles to be removed from the resort’s fitness center. Anantara has completed the transition to a new coffee bag supplier with a commitment to ensure that all capsules are now recycled. Soap recycling facilities have been added on site, while guest robes are recycled and slippers are recycled through partner companies.

Extra luxury

Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort remains dedicated to staying at the forefront of luxury in Dubai with Phase Two of the resort’s renovation and renovation plan due for completion in 2022, and Phase III in 2023. This exciting project includes the addition of eight swimming pools to the resort’s iconic overwater villas, which provide More floating luxury for every guest.

All One Bedroom Beach Lagoon Villas, Premier Lagoon and Family Lagoon Access Rooms will be refurbished along with a full brand renovation and a renovation of The Beach House coastal restaurant.

More minor news

Following the opening of Anantara The World Islands Dubai Resort in December 2021, Minor is also delighted to welcome a stylish new resort in the heart of Palm Jumeirah that will open in 2022. NH Dubai The Palm will offer 227 elegant hotel rooms and suites as well as 306 serviced apartments and a fantastic choice of restaurants and bars, Including a rooftop pool and evening lounge, along with three spa treatment rooms, a kids’ club and four meeting rooms.

Arabian Travel Market

“At the Arabian Travel Market this year, we aim to discuss strategy, engage in healthy discussions with partners and boost tourism in general in Dubai. With the hospitality, aviation and tourism industry joining forces; we can focus on achieving our goals to increase our market share and drive the leisure economy through 2022 and beyond. “. – Mr. James Hewittson – General Manager of Anantara The Palm Dubai and The World Islands Resort Anantara Dubai

The Arabian Travel Market provides an exciting opportunity for all the hospitality sector in Dubai to come together and share ideas, plans and ideas for the continuous excellence and improvement of tourism in Dubai. Whether in a challenging post-pandemic environment or in the longer term, sustainable and future, we continue to welcome existing and new travel markets to the exciting destination of Dubai.

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