Aminess Grand Azur Hotel in Orebic received a prestigious Travelife Gold certificate, one of the most prestigious awards for sustainable business in tourism, which confirms that the hotel adheres to the strictest ethical and environmental standards in its business. The protection of the environment, animals and biodiversity, local culture and heritage, the relationship with the local community and employees and support for the local economy are just some of the standards that Aminess Grand Azur Hotel has successfully met according to Travelife Gold certification standards. In each of the 185 rooms and suites guests Aminess Grand Azur Hotel expects a panoramic view of the sea that connects Peljesac with nearby Korcula. The hotel offers two renovated freshwater swimming pools and a sun terrace, and the restaurants serve Mediterranean cuisine prepared with homemade olive oil, along with a selection of local red wines. “We are proud that Aminess Grand Azur Hotel meets the highest standards of sustainable development. The Travelife Gold certificate is the result of our continuous and dedicated work in this area, which we plan to continue to deal with in the future. This certificate is also a confirmation of our previous achievements and efforts to provide all our guests with a pleasant stay.” said Marina Brčić, director of Aminess Grand Azura. Travelife is an international certification system that promotes sustainability within the tourism industry, which is an important segment of the tourism business, helping to preserve the unique natural and cultural features of the destination. In addition to the Aminess Grand Azur Hotel in Orebić, the Aminess Lume Hotel on Korčula has also been the proud holder of the Travelife Gold certificate since this year, while the Aminess Maestral Hotel in Novigrad has been the holder of the certificate since 2013. Travelife has approximately 1500 members in more than 50 countries around the world, and this certificate is recognized and promoted by the world’s umbrella institution for sustainability in tourism, GSTC – Global Sustainable Tourism Council.