Park Hyatt Maldives Wins Green Globe Gold Status Award
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa has won Green Globe Gold Status for its continuous efforts toward environmental and sustainable practices.
Located on a private island within North Huvadhoo, the deepest atoll in Maldives and Just 55km North of the Equator, Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa is a perfect place to disconnect, rest and relax.
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa’s Sustainability Management Plan played a big part in securing the Green Globe Gold Status Award. The Plan outlines the importance the hotel places on environmental and socially sustainable initiatives.
Located In a pristine and remote atoll, the resorts Sustainable Management Plan also focuses on protecting the coral reefs, marine and plant life surrounding the area.
Marine Biologist at the resort, conducts the reef monitoring program Reef Watch on a monthly basis as well as records water temperatures to keep track of the reef’s health and recovery. Inhouse water treatment plant where waste water, including grey water is treated effectively and reused.
resort has replaced the use of plastic bottles with glass bottles and plastic straws replaced with paper ones and plastic takeaway boxes replaced with bento boxes. Furthermore, the coffee capsule used in the property is 100% biodegradable and meets Fair Trade standards.
Partnership with Green Globe allows monitoring the sustainable and environmental efforts and guests can rest assure that their holiday in our resort is supporting the local islands and empowering local residents in every possible way.
Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa was the first resort in the Maldives to receive the Green Globe certification for Building, Planning and Design Standard in 2005. The Award-winning design of the hotel preserves and reinforces the existing native foliage of the island, promotes rainwater harvesting and minimizes the disruption of the corals.
The resorts Hyatt Thrive team which organizes CSR activities and environmental events. This active team works with local communities providing educational activities and raise awareness.
The resort also supports the local islands and local residents. Local reef fish, lobster and yellow fin tuna are used in a large variety of dishes enjoyed by guests along with locally grown papaya, watermelon, banana and coconut. The resort’s Kitchens prefer fish supplied by local fishermen who use traditional pole and line fishing which is the most sustainable method.