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5 Stylish and Sustainable Hotels That ELLE Editors Love

ELLE editors share their recommendations for unforgettable vacation spots that promote sustainability without sacrificing style.

This article originally appeared in the April 2018 issue of ELLE.

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1

Cuixmala, Jalisco, Mexico

“Everything at Cuixmala is done with an eye toward preserving the environment. Owners Alix Goldsmith Marcaccini and Goffredo Marcaccini put conservation first in everything. The incredible food is harvested directly from the resort’s organic farms, and wild animals are protected and able to roam freely. There’s even a turtle protection program—it’s truly paradise. I can’t wait to go back.” —Nina Garcia, Editor-in-Chief (cuixmala.com)

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2

Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah

“From the sustainably built sandstone buildings that blend seamlessly into the desert to the farm-to-table food, it’s possible to indulge and be pampered while still feeling at one with nature—or at least like you’re starring in a Georgia O’Keeffe–inspired fashion shoot.”—Kyle Anderson, Fashion Director (aman.com)

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3

One&Only Le Saint Géran, Mauritius

“Mauritius’s dreamy archipelago of azure lagoons and plunging waterfalls couldn’t be more luxuriously experienced than at Le Saint Géran. The newly revamped spa offers an array of holistic treatments incorporating local traditions and ingredients, as well as skin-care products from Espa.”—April Long, Beauty Director (oneandonlyresorts.com)

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4

Hix Island House, Vieques, Puerto Rico

“Located just off the southeast coast of Puerto Rico, this zen island retreat harnesses the area’s natural resources. I happened to be there for Earth Day last year and was awakened by the most spectacular sunrise in the Solaris Loft 1, which runs completely on solar power. A visit now is not only transformative but will contribute to the recovery of Puerto Rico post–Hurricane Maria.”—Katie Connor, Deputy Editor (hixislandhouse.com)

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Kasbah Du Toubkal, Imlil, Morocco

“Set in the scenic High Atlas Mountains outside Marrakech and renovated using local materials, this resort was cofounded by the McHugo brothers, who aim to benefit the local community while safeguarding the environment: A percentage of proceeds goes toward funding health care and education for the native Berbers.” —Susan Ward Davies, Travel and Lifestyle Director, ELLE UK (kasbahdutoubkal.com)

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