Environment. All cleaning products used at the Palladium are biodegradable.
Punta Cana, La Altagracia
The resorts are not always liked by environmentalists, who consider them handmade havens (or paradises) that often do not respect nature and the host environment. Not the case with the Grand Palladium and Meliá Tropical, located on the first line of the beach of Bavaro, Punta Cana Hotels.
These complexes have decided to integrate the environment as a part of it, not as a secondary option adopting environmental policies that involve both customers and employees into action.
Octavio Suberví, Deputy director of rooms of Grand Palladium is proud to show visitors their plans of protection, including the classification of materials for recycling, two plants whose treated water is used in the maintenance of gardens, a successful program of energy saving and a committed staff to preach by example and in every corner love for nature.
The complex of 320 thousand square meters and a low density in construction, has 1,823 rooms distributed in four resorts and 1,800 employees. One of its greatest examples of environmental conservation is not common and might pass unnoticed: right in the Centre of one of the hotels retain 150 meters of almost virgin forest populated with native and endemic plants and crossed by a footpath that, in seconds, puts the visitor in pure contact with nature.