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Manila, Phillipines, 22 January 2016 - Sunrise Nha Trang Beach Hotel & Spa was the only hotel in Khanh Hoa province bestowed the ASEAN Green Hotel Standard 2016 – 2018.

Held in Thailand for the first time in 2008, the biennial ASEAN Green Hotel Award recognizes environmentally-friendly hotels, which have adopted good green practices in accordance to the ASEAN Green Hotel Standard. In total, there are 11 major criteria for this standard aiming at environment protection, energy efficiency and stable development. 

At Sunrise Nha Trang, thanks to solutions to reduce electricity consumption light, air conditioning and hot water systems, the hotel can save 455,945kWh per year. The smart design combining wind, water, fresh air of a coastal city and green zones has created an eco-friendly, relaxing space at the hotel. In addition, the Hotel has properly controlled waste water, rubbish, air quality and taken part in social activities, organized training courses on environment protection for the employees…

“Sunrise Nha Trang is always loyal to its green, eco-friendly development orientation, this helps us take competiveness and contribute to stable development of Khanh Hoa tourism in particular and Vietnam tourism in general” said Mr. Raju Nair, Hotel Manager. Outstanding, unique and charming in colonial style, the Hotel with 125 luxury rooms and suites overlooking Nha Trang Bay directly has become a favorite choice of travellers.  

For further information, please contact:

Trần Thị Kim Hoàn - Marketing & Pr Manager
Sunrise Nha Trang Beach Hotel & Spa
12 -14 Tran Phu, Nha Trang, Vietnam
Tel: + 84 (0258) 3820 999  - Fax: + 84 (0258) 3822 866


The close competition in hospitality industry and the growing awareness of environmental problems such as climate change, global warming issues are driving factors for the establishment of the Green Hotel Standards which were first initiated among ASEAN countries in 2007.

In total, there are 11 major criteria for this standard including: environmental-friendly policy and activities; utilization of green products; cooperation with local government and community; human resources development; solid waste management; energy efficiency; water efficiency; air quality management (indoor and outdoor); noise pollution control; waste water treatment and management; toxic and chemical substance disposal management.

For more details, please visit: http://www.asean.org/storage/2012/05/ASEAN-Green-Hotel-Standard.pdf