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EcoVessel Brings Sustainability to the Hospitality Industry

EcoVessel partners with well-known vacation destinations to bring their guests eco-friendly options during their stay

With a mission to spread sustainability worldwide and eliminate single-use plastics across the board, EcoVessel continues their efforts by partnering with two well-known resorts making EcoVessel industry-leading reusable water bottles accessible to all of their guests during their stay. The world-renowned and highly awarded Rancho La Puerta and the newly developed Auberge Resorts are providing EcoVessel bottles to guests for use during their stay, eliminating the need for those wasteful single-use plastic bottles found in most hotels around the world.

These partnerships come at a time when the need to eliminate plastic is at an all-time high. We are truly at an epidemic level with humans purchasing nearly 1 million single-use plastic bottles per minutes1. If that statistic weren’t staggering enough, only 9% of those million bottles will ever get recycled.

“Sustainability has been at the heart of our company from day one,” says Founder and CEO of EcoVessel, Jon Fox. “We are proud to be partnering with both Rancho La Puerta and Auberge Resorts’ The Lodge at Blue Sky in their efforts to bring more sustainable practices to the properties and their guests. Partnerships like this make me believe we will absolutely be able to eliminate single-use plastics worldwide one day.”

If you are an eco-friendly traveler looking for a luxury getaway with sustainable practices, you now have two ideal options. Rancho La Puerta is a world-renowned fitness and spa retreat in the mountains of Baja California. 80 years old and still family-owned, Rancho La Puerta is an icon in the spa and wellness industry. They provide their guests with the ultimate experience combining relaxation, activities, delicious food, breathtaking surroundings, and sustainable practices throughout their property. The Lodge at Blue Sky, part of the Auberge Resorts Collection, is the ultimate luxury outdoor playground. Their guests enjoy a true western experience including riding, fly fishing, yoga, hiking and more on their stunning 3500-acre ranch in the heart of Utah. Their sustainability practices bring this luxurious experience to a whole new level.

As a brand, EcoVessel is always looking to partner with companies with similar missions to improve the planet one refill at a time. Americans buy an average of 346 single-use water bottles per person, per year2. By going with refillable, reusable options, imagine the positive impact we could have on our planet if more hospitality chains and businesses decided to take this step towards reusable options for their guests.

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