Green Initiatives

at Rosetta

Rosetta is committed to environmental stewardship and sustainability. Luxury can be enjoyed without compromising the planet. Here are some of the green initiatives we have implemented:

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carbon negative

Our 15,000 trees spread across our lush coffee plantation help remove 375 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the environment annually. We aim not just to be a carbon-neutral resort but to make a positive impact by removing more carbon than we produce. Our goal is to become a carbon-negative resort.



We have made thoughtful choices in designing our resort to reduce our environmental footprint. For instance, we have selected eco-friendly rooftop tiles that help regulate temperature throughout the year. We have also taken steps to minimize the distance materials travel during construction, reducing the impact on the environment. Our design is not just practical; it's eco-conscious.

Mindful operations

We have implemented a smart system in our guestrooms that automatically reduces energy use when guests are out, helping us lower our environmental impact. This system uses occupancy sensors to detect when rooms are empty, and then adjusts lighting, heating, and cooling accordingly. By doing this, we not only save on energy costs but also reduce our carbon footprint, contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly operation.

Recycling and

waste reduction

Through our recycling and composting program, we aim to keep more than 50% of our waste from ending up in landfills. We manage our plants and trees using organic methods, and any food waste from vegetables is composted, turning into organic compost that helps maintain our landscaped areas. This way, we're committed to reducing waste and supporting a greener environment.

Recycling and waste reduction



For enhanced water efficiency indoors, we have installed bathroom fixtures with low water flow, as well as dual flush toilets. Our hydroponic systems utilize water up to 10 times less than traditional field crop watering methods, ensuring optimal growth with minimal water usage. Our sewage treatment plants (STP) efficiently collect, treat, and discharge the treated wastewater. This recycled water can be utilized for gardening. Additionally, we have constructed an artificial pond to capture rainwater, which is then utilized for landscaping and in our polyhouse.

Water conservation

Soil-less farming

To cultivate our organic produce, we employ hydroponic farming techniques. This innovative method offers several advantages over traditional farming practices, including reduced water and land usage. By adopting a soil-less approach, we ensure reliable, predictable, and repeatable growth in our organic farms. Through the use of carefully balanced nutrients and water, our hydroponic system nourishes plants without the need for soil. The result is a superior quality product that boasts enhanced taste, texture, nutritional value, and overall quality.



We proudly prioritize locally-sourced, fresh, and seasonal produce in our culinary offerings. Our menus showcase regional ingredients and locally-inspired flavors. With our farm-to-plate approach, we ensure every ingredient in our delightful meals and refreshing drinks embodies our commitment to quality and sustainability.

Our focus

on organic

Our on-site organic farm supplies our restaurant with a regular stream of fresh, organic ingredients. We also source from local purveyors who share our commitment to organic practices. Our organic farm on-site provides fresh produce and edible flowers for our restaurant, bar, and spa. Even our bath products are carefully selected to maintain a holistic organic experience.

Bee sustainability

As part of our dedication to environmental stewardship, we have implemented a bee-focused initiative that prioritizes the protection of bee habitats and promotes essential pollination. Through this initiative, we actively support the health and well-being of honey bees while fostering the pollination of gardens and flowers. Our commitment to this cause plays a vital role in preserving bee populations and ensuring the sustainability of their vital ecological role.