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Sin-free stays: The world’s finest ocean-friendly hotels

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Royalton Luxury Resorts

It’s all well and good banishing plastic water bottles from your fridge and microbeads from your bathroom when you’re at home but, when you’re heading on vacation, how can you be sure that your chosen hotel is doing its bit to tackle the biggest threats to the world’s oceans? As discussions around plastic pollution and coral bleaching take up more and more of the global conversation, many hotels are embracing the cause and transforming into plastic-free, fish-friendly havens. Here’s our pick of the best…

Royalton Luxury Resorts

Not content with restricting in environmental efforts to one location, from October 1, 2018 Royalton Luxury Resorts will be rolling out two new sustainability initiatives across all 15 of its Caribbean and American locations. Firstly, all single-use plastic straws will be removed from the resorts marking a significant reduction in plastic waste. Secondly, Royalton has teamed up with One Link Global and Vero Water to introduce a water filtration system in its bars and restaurants. This system will remove impurities and chemicals from water allowing it to be decanted into glass bottles thus replacing over 2 million single-use water bottles currently used by the resorts. These initiatives are in addition to Royalton's existing sustainability programme which includes monthly beach cleans, reusable key guest bracelets in place of plastic key cards, a turtle and marine life preservation programme and use of solar powered energy.

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