It is a personal decision and at the same time acceptance of responsibility towards future generations and the environment. An organic way of life that doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a process. Respect for the environment must be our commitment and responsibility.

The hardest thing is to change yourself. Where else can we start? When you change yourself and really live it, the transformation of the narrower and then ever wider surroundings begins. We are social creatures and dependent on the environment. Therefore, with community awareness, we influence the entire ecosystem. We make it friendlier for our children.

We are sinful creatures, so we need the law. Someone who watches over our work. The supervisory authorities that control our work are the German control organization Biohotels and the Slovenian control organization IKC.

The ecological organization Biohotels supervises our entire work: control of organic food, cosmetics, cleaning agents, amount of wasted food, water and electricity consumption, glycemic footprint.

The ecological organization IKC Maribor supervises our kitchen. Both the flow of organic food and all the necessary measures that we must take into account according to Slovenian legislation (Haccap and sanitary measures).

Annually issued ecological certificates are proof that we adhere to the measures we are required to take every year. The penalty for violating the measures is high. Not just in financial terms. Above all in the moral sense. Being committed to an ecological way of life is a high moral value left to us by our ancestors.


Controlled use of water: In the Karst, the water is Blue Gold. Every drop is really precious. The water in your room is filtered with activated carbon and ionized with semi-precious stones (tourmaline, jade and quartz). The molecules of 51 Hz water are so small that they easily penetrate the cell, optimally hydrating and detoxifying it.

The water in our pool is not chlorinated, but cleaned through electrolysis with salt and disinfection with UV light. Chlorine is a chemical that has a strong odor similar to bleach. It is usually a greenish-yellow gas, often compressed under pressure into a liquid form. It is used for various purposes, most often to disinfect water and swimming pools, as it has the property of killing all bacteria and other living organisms.

  • Recycling and composting.
  • Limitation of light pollution.
  • Heating with non-polluting sources.
  • Use of solar energy.
  • Use of organic cleaners and cosmetics.
  • Partnership with small organic suppliers in the 0 km chain.
  • Use of organic foods in the kitchen.
  • Careful handling of organic foods.
  • Minimum amount of food waste.
  • Furniture made of recycled wood.
  • Bed linen, pillows and blankets made of natural, ecological and anti-allergenic fibers.
  • Annual CO2 emission controls – Biohotels.