The CasArtero Eco Posada eco-hotel was built from sea containers in a picturesque mountainous area near San Rafael (Argentina). | | | Photo: containerhacker.com.
One Argentine family had the idea of creating their own eco-hotel for a long time, but they were not at all happy with the fact that the environment and landscape of the natural area suffer from traditional construction.
To reduce the negative impact on nature, the hotel rooms were made of sea containers (CasArtero Eco Posada, Argentina). | | | Photo: booking.com.
After reviewing a huge number of options, they decided to focus on creating rooms from sea containers, because given the climate and terrain, they could be installed without foundations. And this significantly reduces the negative impact on the environment. In addition to the fact that the work with containers was carried out even before their installation in the conservation area, all finishing materials were used only environmentally friendly and natural.
All interior decoration, furniture and even fixtures are made of environmentally friendly materials (CasArtero Eco Posada, San Rafael). | | | Photo: glampinghub.com/ booking.com.
The owners are so careful about the space surrounding their guest house that, when arranging the interiors, they introduced only innovative building technologies and service systems. Moreover, the purchase of furniture, household appliances and even ordinary lamps was based only on environmental standards.
Each container room has berths for 4 visitors (CasArtero Eco Posada, Argentina). | | | Photo: containerhacker.com.
Despite the industrial exterior of the rooms, their interior space is quite cozy and comfortable. A fully equipped container house can easily accommodate up to 4 guests.
For the visitors of the eco-hotel, all the necessary conditions for a comfortable stay are created (CasArtero Eco Posada, San Rafael). | | | Photo: containerhacker.com/ glampinghub.com.
For their comfortable stay, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen, a full bathroom with a shower and hot water, as well as beds are created. In order for guests to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the purest mountain air, they designed two terraces, one at the entrance, and the second on the roof of the house.
A swimming pool with a lounge area (CasArtero Eco Posada, San Rafael) was created on the territory of the guest house. | | | Photo: glampinghub.com/ booking.com.
There is also a small pool with a lounge area where you can take air or sun baths on the sun loungers.
A barbecue area and a restaurant were organized for guests, and breakfast and lunch are included in the price (CasArtero Eco Posada, San Rafael). | | | Photo: containerhacker.com.
To ensure the filling of the pool and satisfy the needs of visitors, ultramodern systems for collecting and completely processing used water were installed. Not without the introduction of renewable energy sources and control over heat efficiency and maintaining a comfortable temperature in rooms and restaurants.
To prepare tasty and healthy dishes, the hotel owners themselves grow environmentally friendly fruits and vegetables (CasArtero Eco Posada, San Rafael). | | | Photo: glampinghub.com.
Particular attention is paid to preventing or reducing waste generation where the guest house is located. The owners of the CasArtero Eco Posada guest house are actively connecting guests and suppliers to this good deed.
Interesting: Given the owners’ love for everything natural and environmentally friendly, they try to grow seasonal fruits and vegetables on their own to treat guests.
For outdoor recreation, there are two outdoor terraces. | | | Photo: glampinghub.com/ booking.com.
The guest house is located in a picturesque place and lovers of eco-tourism have where to walk and what to see (CasArtero Eco Posada, San Rafael). | | | Photo: containerhacker.com/ glampinghub.com.
Not only excellent conditions for recreation were created for visitors, but also a cultural and entertainment program was developed. The owners also organize excursions for lovers of outdoor activities and even extreme sports. Vacationers can not only stroll along the fragrant plateau or ride horses, but also go to the shore of the Atuel mountain river to tickle their nerves with rafting.
Now, when people living in megalopolises practically do not see wildlife, more and more companies / owners are trying to build new objects in accordance with the requirements of green architecture.