At our properties, we are dedicated to promoting sustainable tourism, delivering outstanding guest experiences, and advancing our commercial interests with a strong focus on minimizing our environmental impact. Our commitment to responsible tourism ensures that you can enjoy a memorable stay while knowing that we prioritize the well-being of our planet.
Our accommodations showcase minimalist and eco-friendly designs without sacrificing guest comfort. Anantya by the Lake incorporates construction materials that harmonize with nature, such as mud-plastered walls, exposed brickwork, shutter-finished un-plastered roofs, cement oxide floors, and gravel pathways. We prioritize locally sourced materials to reduce our carbon footprint and repurpose discarded items from old buildings, like wooden doors, windows, and roof tiles, in both Anantya by the Lake and Anantya in the Village. These reclaimed elements, from old photographs to stone pillars from a crumbling temple, add unique beauty and charm to our properties.
We prioritize minimizing energy consumption in both our architectural designs and daily operations. Our common areas boast spacious, open layouts with high ceilings, tiled roofs, and oxide floors, which aid in maintaining a comfortable, cool atmosphere without the need for energy-intensive air conditioning systems. We are proud to share that solar power accounts for nearly 70% of our energy requirements.
We are dedicated to continuously improving our waste management practices to ensure efficiency and sustainability. By segregating wet and dry waste, we can effectively compost kitchen waste and repurpose it for use in our gardens. Additionally, our advanced sewage treatment plant processes wastewater, which is then utilized for garden irrigation purposes.
Our properties actively strive to reduce freshwater consumption and we encourage our guests to join us in this effort. Our landscaping and gardens are designed with native plants that require minimal water for their maintenance, promoting responsible water usage. We are committed to preserving the natural vegetation as much as possible, with the ultimate goal of leaving a better, greener world for future generations to enjoy.