PortAventura World is to open its first zero-emission hotel this June, called Colorado Creek.
The Wild West gold rush themed four star hotel will be the resort’s sixth on-site property, offering 150 rooms, bringing the resort total to more than 2,200 rooms.
Guests staying at the hotel will have direct and unlimited access to the park, one-day access to Ferrari Land, an Express Premium Wristband for PortAventura Park allowing fast-track access to rides, a breakfast buffet and receive gifts for children.
PortAventura is working with Clean C02, a carbon management brand, to reduce its emissions by purchasing Verified Emission Reductions (VERs), a carbon credit for projects that improve the environment.
Fernando Aldecoa, general director of PortAventura World said: “Colorado Creek will be PortAventura World’s first carbon-neutral hotel and in time, the park aims to extend this commitment to other areas of the resort. PortAventura World is continuing to consolidate its commitment to the environment with a responsible and sustainable management model, a cornerstone of the company’s ESG policy”.
PortAventura World was one of the first companies to sign the UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism for sustainable tourism and last year PortAventura World pledged to be plastic-free by 2020.
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