From the design of the hotel to the shampoo in the bathrooms, nothing has been left to chance at Nivia Born Boutique Hotel when it comes to protecting the environment, the neighbourhood, and the community. This desire to care for our planet and our people has led our parent company, Garden Hotels, to its position as a pioneer in the ambit of the circular economy, and to be the first international hotel chain to be awarded the AENOR Circular Economy Strategy certification.
Previously, the building that is now home to Nivia was the headquarters of Iberia Airlines, and the building still retains the essence and singularity of that original structure. In reception, you may notice a nod to the past and there is a perception that the décor also pays homage to a love of culture, recently reinforced by the latest collaboration with Gallery RED, which allows guests to contemplate the works of local and international artists without leaving the hotel. A real luxury, don’t you think?
At Nivia Born Boutique Hotel, we are very aware of the climate emergency, and we have been working towards a transition to a sustainable economy for many years. We replaced the individually packaged ‘amenities’ with polycarbonate dispensers which are refilled with products made by the Mallorcan company Tot Herba, a socially responsible and environmentally conscious business. It produces the Flor d’Ametler shampoos, conditioners, and gels that you’ll find in your room, made with 100 % local, organic almonds.
In our kitchens, we rely on local suppliers to provide the ingredients to create our Mediterranean dishes. Whenever possible, we choose local produce (km 0), which is also organic and seasonal. The produce we use is key to upholding our philosophy of conscious cuisine. We also prefer to use local recipes and traditional methods to present our guests with typical dishes with an Avant-garde twist. There is a great variety of choices on offer at every meal.