St. Kitts Marriott focuses on the environment
As a small island, St. Kitts stands on the front lines of global climate change. In recent years, the island has suffered from severe storms, causing one of its most popular beaches to become rocky and the sand to be washed away. Since then, the St. Kitts Ministry of Tourism has worked to protect the beach and reinvigorate the island, prioritizing sustainability and increased resilience to climate change.
In the same manner, the St. Kitts Marriott Resort & Royal Beach Casino is dedicated to reducing its carbon footprint. Some of the initiatives include reduced water volume on all bathroom toilets; exterior and interior public lighting set on timers; and all sargassum seaweed is collected from the shores and converted into compost. A green initiative gives guests the opportunity to reduce the number of nights their rooms are serviced, and the hotel tracks and monitors water and energy consumption, taking proactive measures to reduce consumption wherever possible.
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