May it combine elegance and luxury to the concept of eco-friendly and environmental compliance? Judging from the selection of the best eco-friendly hotels in the world: from the depths of the Scottish Highlands to the beating heart of the Big Apple, to the remote Oman.
Only facilities that take advantage of the kitchen locally through restaurants that are based on policy “from farm to fork”, recycle materials, and respect the surrounding landscape, save energy, which are embedded in breathtaking natural scenery with all the comfort and beauty of luxury hotel.
These include the Alila Jabal Akhdar, in Oman. From its privileged position to modern interiors that recall tradition, the beautiful resort certainly never misses a chance to impress. Located at 2,000 meters above sea level, overlooking a vertiginous cliff and picturesque mountains of Al Hajar, and has been carefully designed according to LEED certification, protecting energy and the environment – by using traditional construction techniques and local materials to seamlessly integrate with the breathtaking scenery that surrounds it.
The Jabal Akhdar is part of the mountain range of Monti Hajar then, in Oman, and extends about 300 km from Northwest to Southeast; about 3 hours’ drive from the capital Muscat. For many travel destinations it is one of the places to see in Oman.