These eco-friendly resorts with locations like Australia, Guatemala and Napa Valley, prove that green and luxury aren't mutually exclusive.
Eco Beach is an award-winning eco resort set amongst a pristine and untouched environment in Western Australia. With no televisions or telephones, Eco Beach strives to offer a complete wilderness experience and to have minimum impact on its surroundings.
Luxurious and eco-sensitive, Longitude 131° lies at the gateway of the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia, complete with stunning and private views of the sun rising and setting over Ayers Rock.
Finca Rosa Blanca is the perfect getaway for nature and coffee lovers. This boutique hotel has the highest rating in Costa Rica for sustainable tourism and even its own organic shade-grown coffee plantation.
Located in California's Napa Valley, Bardessono is a LEED Platinum Certified boutique hotel offering intimate spa suites and eco-friendly luxury set in beautiful wine country.
WildSpring is a small, secluded eco-friendly resort on the Southern Oregon Coast. Set on five acres of old Native American ground, with a zero carbon footprint, you'll sleep in a peaceful forest and enjoy breakfast overlooking the ocean.
Laguna Lodge Eco Resort and Nature Reserve is set on Guatemala's stunning Lake Atitlan. Enter this modern Mayan world by boat and stay in suites inspired by nature and created from volcanic stone, adobe and palm.
Each of the rooms at Chaa Creek's 365-acre eco-resort in Belize promises peace and tranquility.
There's beauty at every turn at Chaa Creek with a prime location by the Macal Chaa Creek and the Maya Mountains.
El Nido Resorts in the Philippines are a great choice for eco-friendly dive enthusiasts.
Some rooms at El Nido's Lagen Island Resort are surrounded by trees while others sit above the water.
The lights twinkle on the cove as night falls on El Nido's Miniloc Island Resort.
The 1492 restaurant at Hotel Punta Islita in Costa Rica serves tasty regional seafood.
The Hotel Punta Islita is a pristine mountain outpost with a luxurious infinity pool overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Maho Bay, a pioneer of eco-tourism, offers a full array of water sports from diving to windsurfing in lovely St. John.
Maho Bay's eco-friendly tent cottages all feature a private deck and shared bathroom facilities.
Reachable only by 4-wheel drive, Hobbit House is up a remote mountain trail near the south end of Hawaii's Big Island.