Eco-friendly destinations in the USA for every type of vacation

We know you’ve been dreaming about summer, so we’ve rounded up our top luxury eco destinations that combine every creature comfort with a sustainability mindset. Whether you’re planning an outdoor adventure, looking to explore a new city or dreaming about indulging in some rest and relaxation, there’s a resort or hotel for every type of traveller. All you need to do is bring along your favorite Evrile bag!


Bardessono (Napa Valley, CA)

Set against the scenic Napa Valley, Bardessono guests can enjoy in-room spa services, fine dining restaurants that use locally sourced goods and the rooftop pool and gardens. Key environmental initiatives include organic linens and cleaning supplies, non-toxic and non-allergenic construction materials and comprehensive recycling and composting programs.

El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa (Taos, NM)

Nestled at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, El Monte Sagrado is the ep. Take a dip into their saltwater pool and hot tub surrounded by waterfalls, plants and flowers, dine at the De la Tierra restaurant where they use fresh local ingredients from artisan farms or unwind with one of their transformative spa services. With 60% of the resort geothermally heated and cooled, virtually all wastewater recycled on-site and a heavy reliance on solar energy, guests get luxury with a conscious.


Hotel Terra Jackson Hole (Teton Village, WY)

Conveniently located 1.8 miles from Grand Teton National Park and 13.2 miles from the National Elk Refuge, guests are encouraged to explore the great outdoors through numerous activities like skiing, fishing and hiking. After an action-packed day, unwind at the rooftop spa, lounge or infinity pool. You can rest easy knowing you’re sleeping under a recycled roof and lying on 100% organic beds and bedding.

Hideaway Cove Wilderness Lodge (Homer, AK)

If you’re looking for a great escape, there’s no better place than Hideaway Cove. Accessible only through a 30-minute boat ride from Homer, Alaska, guests can find peace and quiet within the borders of Alaska’s first State Park. Boasting oceanfront views and rare wildlife viewing opportunities, guests are invited to experience the wild and raw beauty of The Last Frontier. Specially designed to minimize its impact on the environment, Hideaway Cove is powered solely by solar energy and sources fresh water from a local mountain spring.

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The Benjamin (Manhattan, NY)

Located in the heart of Midtown, The Benjamin boasts an enviable location as well as a Japanese spa, upscale dining and a famed Rest and Renew program created in partnership with leading sleep medicine expert, Dr. Rebecca Roberts. The program offers a curated pillow menu with ten choices, on demand mediation, a lullaby music library and more. A pioneer in green hospitality, The Benjamin is kitted out with energy-efficient lighting, low-flow fixtures and eco-friendly bath amenity dispensers.

The Ambrose (Santa Monica, CA)

Wake up to an organic breakfast at this award-winning eco hotel. A stone’s throw away from the beach and Third Street Promenade, The Ambrose is perfect for exploring all that Santa Monica has to offer. For anything further, guests can enjoy complimentary local transportation and hybrid car rentals. Guests are also provided with natural toiletries and assured that the hotel is equipped with water-saving faucets, low-flow toilets and natural cleaning products.

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