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Quartz Inn Hotels announces its new associated hotel in Spain

  • Miluna's founders, Jacobo de Llanza, Alejandro Bosch and Víctor Messa.

A sustainable bubble hotel in the nature.

LONDON – Quartz Inn Hotels has announced the addition of the bubble hotel Miluna Open Nature Rooms to its portfolio of independent and sustainable hotels, thus expanding its presence in Spain with a total of 9 hotels.

Lidiia Tkachenko, Quartz Inn Hotels’ co-founder said: “It is a pleasure to welcome Miluna to our community of sustainable and independent hotels. Their constant commitment to the environment is admirable.”

A sustainable hotel

Among the sustainable measures carried out in Miluna, several stands out, such as the different projects for reforestation and conservation of natural spaces, promotion of local activity (support for local producers and artisans), support for social projects and NGOs, and reduction of the carbon footprint, among others.

According to Alejandro Bosch, Miluna’s co-founder, “At Miluna we are committed to people and the planet. Our hotel is focused on health, sustainability, recycling, social action and care for the environment.”

Miluna was founded in 2018 by Jacobo de Llanza, Alejandro Bosch and Víctor Messa and located in a secluded place in nature, 1 hour away from Madrid, in the province of Toledo. It comprises 8 “moon” rooms.

European hotel collection Quartz Inn Hotels is made up entirely of independent and sustainable hotels. London-based, it was founded in 2021 by Ignacio Merino, Lidiia Tkachenko and Alexander Zawadzki.

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