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Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon Pioneers Sustainability in Hospitality

Sustainability now forms the core of the hospitality and travel sectors, with an increasing number of travellers prioritising environmental conservation, climate change awareness, and the welfare of local communities in their travel choices.

Hospitality brands worldwide are increasingly adopting sustainable practices to align with the growing eco-conscious trend among travellers. According to the Sustainable Travel Report 2022 by, a significant 78% of global travellers are eager to book a stay at a sustainable property within the year, particularly in idyllic destinations like Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon, with 71% determined to enhance their travel habits towards sustainability. This shift is especially notable among those exploring Maldives packages or Maldives honeymoons seeking both romance and eco-responsibility.

At the core of Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts, especially Ellaidhoo Maldives, sustainability is not just a concept but a living practice that shapes operations in Sri Lanka and The Maldives. The brand is committed to establishing new standards in sustainability while upholding values of compassion, inclusivity, empowerment, and diversity.

Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon, celebrated for its stunning coral reefs, is at the forefront of eco-friendly initiatives. The resort has made significant strides in reducing plastic usage, promoting the growth of organic produce on-site, and actively participating in coral reef conservation. Over the past year, it has transitioned to reusable garbage bags, transformed onsite magazines into paper laundry bags, introduced refillable water bottles, and replaced conventional plastic items with eco-friendly alternatives such as wooden key cards and straws. These efforts have collectively resulted in a reduction of over 11,500 KG of plastic in 2021 and 2022.

Taking creativity in sustainability a step further, the resort has repurposed damaged umbrellas into fashionable tote bags, much to the delight of guests. This innovative approach highlights Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon's dedication to pushing the boundaries of sustainability in the hospitality sector, making it a prime choice for those seeking eco-conscious Maldives holidays or Maldives honeymoons.

The resort has unveiled a pioneering 'Farm to Plate' initiative, establishing an organic farm on-site that specialises in cultivating fresh fruits and vegetables, emblematic of the sustainable luxury that characterises this Maldives resort to a level few can compare to. This initiative includes a dedicated composting area, transforming dry leaves into nutrient-rich compost and utilizing wastewater to irrigate the crops. In alignment with its commitment to community and sustainability, the resort collaborates with local residents to repurpose coconut palm leaves into roofing for communal spaces, reflecting the ethos of eco-friendly practices that attract celebrities flocking to The Maldives for their holiday retreats.

Conservation of Coral Reefs in The Maldives

In its mission to protect marine life, the resort has deployed artificial Reef Cubes, crafted from recycled glass, to bolster the local fish population. Additionally, it organizes monthly reef and beach clean-ups, inviting guests to join in these conservation efforts. Striving to minimize its environmental impact, the resort has adopted solar energy, aimed at reducing Carbon Dioxide emissions and implementing water conservation measures.

Sustainability is the cornerstone of Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts, a commitment deeply ingrained in the culture of Ellaidhoo Maldives by Cinnamon. The resort is fervently dedicated to fostering eco-friendly change, offering value to guests, the community, and the planet. With several sustainability initiatives underway and future projects aimed at further enhancing coral reef protection, marine life conservation, and ocean education, the resort is poised to heighten awareness around sustainability and well-being.

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