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At the backdrop of a struggling travel and tourism industry, hit hard by the reparations of COVID-19 global pandemic, luxury hotel chains are considering novel business revamp strategies to emerge amidst the pandemic mayhem.
To make their offerings from compatible with consumer preferences and needs, several top-notch luxury hotel brands are investing in striking competent spin-offs to remain industry specific even amidst testing times.
Additionally, besides making headways in accessible offerings, leading hotel chains are also refurbishing their offerings on the lines of sustainability. In doing so, leading hotel industry veterans are also emerging with new and fresh options, aligning with eco-friendly preferences of modern consumers.
Thus, several milestones are being achieved in furthering the popularity of green luxury hotel stays. IN this line, leading luxury hotel chain, Kebony has successfully accomplished the launch of a fresh line of eco-hotel on the Cornish coastline.
The latest addition is christened Carbis Bay Hotel which is safely housed as an eco-friendly flagship offering, bolstering sustainable hotel stays to eliminate carbon trace. The newly constructed facility is equipped with a ready-to-use energy hub for uninterrupted power supply across the hotel.
The hotel is making tangible headways in popularizing novel steps and initiatives towards maintaining the sanctity and ecological balance to align with natural fauna and flora extensively present in the hotel vicinity.
The hotel has made significant efforts in making mindful choices for building materials and accessories which has in turn rewarded the hotel with the special AA Hospitality Awards last year, in the category of ‘Best Eco Hotel’.
Kebony Hotel is well renowned for its exquisite range of wood-work and aesthetics that it owes to a specialized wood carving technology from Norway that specially treats the wood in heat intensive environments in the presence of catalysts such as furfuryl alcohol.
The wood used for the purpose is a specialized soft wood which is highly flexible owing to the advanced wood carving technology.