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The Cliffs at Princeville, located on 22 acres of Kauai’s North Shore, has won recognition for its sustainability achievements. Renewable energy powers the resort by more than 50%, LED lights are in use, over 30% of their waste is recycled, and their water conservation program supports reusable containers over bottled water.
The Cliffs at Princeville is a comfortable and inviting timeshare/hotel perched, as the name suggests, right on cliffs overlooking the Pacific…with a particularly gentle, laid-back vibe where it’s enough just to gather at sunset to enjoy each other’s company as you watch the sun sink below the horizon. Awarded numerous “eco-friendly” and “sustainable” laurels by the hospitality industry, the Cliffs supports the state-wide Mālama Hawai’i initiative, which helps tourists participate in hands-on, educational experiences that help the communities they visit, from beach cleanup to tree-planting to historic preservation and more.” – Samantha Dunn, Southern California Newspaper Group
An oceanfront resort on the island of Kauai, The Cliffs at Princeville, is offering a new electric car-sharing service, in partnership with Envoy Hawaii, as a resort amenity.
The Cliffs at Princeville introduced on site electric car sharing as a resort amenity, in partnership with Envoy Hawaii. The Tesla ʻEVIP’ program is the latest in a series of award-winning sustainability initiatives introduced by The Cliffs, aligned with UN sustainability pillars.
“Eco-friendly” and “sustainable” are words tossed around pretty freely these days — much like “natural” wine, they’re often used to market intentions rather than actual accomplishments. But in the case of The Cliffs at Princeville, an impeccable resort on Kaua‘i’s North Shore, mouth and money are in lockstep: The Cliffs is a truly forward-looking property…I can’t say enough good things about this happy, homey, laidback, and very progressive resort.”