Beyond Green, a sustainable hospitality company, has expanded its portfolio with the addition of seven new member properties.

This growth marks the brand’s entry into Colombia and Zimbabwe while strengthening its presence in Spain and India, according to a press release issued by Preferred Travel Group on

The expansion underscores Beyond Green’s commitment to sustainability and adherence to over 50 global standards, including the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The new additions to Beyond Green’s portfolio showcase a diverse range of sustainable practices and cultural experiences.

In Spain, it acquired ARTIEM Asturias, a wellness retreat that focuses on sustainability through local sourcing and energy reduction.

Dromoland Castle Hotel in Ireland is a 16th-century estate which has significantly decreased food waste and employs a specialised composter for waste management.

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The Leela Palace Bengaluru and The Leela Palace Udaipur in India, both offer cultural heritage experiences and have implemented eco-friendly initiatives.

Zambezi Sands by Batoka Africa in Zimbabwe is a pioneer in ecotourism, engaging in anti-poaching efforts and community empowerment.

Hotel Las Islas in Colombia is committed to mangrove restoration and coral planting, contributing to environmental conservation.

Meanwhile, Mas Salagros EcoResort in Spain is the first 100% eco-friendly resort on the Iberian Peninsula, with a focus on organic and sustainable practices.

Each property within the Beyond Green portfolio is united by a shared dedication to providing environmentally responsible travel experiences.

The brand’s expansion reflects a growing demand for sustainable tourism options and the hospitality industry’s increasing focus on environmental stewardship.

Beyond Green CEO Lindsey Ueberroth said: “I am thrilled to announce the expansion of our global portfolio with the addition of these seven new member properties.

“As we continue to grow, we remain steadfast in our mission to promote travel as a force for good, guided by our pillars of sustainability – Nature, Community, and Culture. Together, we can create a brighter, more sustainable future for all.”