PASO ROBLES, CALIF.—The Allegretto Vineyard Resort, nestled in Paso Robles wine country, has recently partnered with Kind Traveler, a hotel booking site and sustainable travel media platform that empowers travelers to positively impact the communities they visit. Kind Traveler Hotels offer special rates and perks upon a $10 nightly donation to a charity that positively impacts the local community.
The Allegretto Vineyard Resort chose the Surfrider Foundation SLO, an organization dedicated to protecting and enjoying the world’s ocean, waves, and beaches through a robust activist network.
The Allegretto Vineyard Resort, a gem of San Luis Obispo County, has always been interested in enhancing visitors’ physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness through various initiatives. The Allegretto recognizes that individual well-being stems directly from the local community’s wellness and has recently partnered with Kind Traveler. Kind Traveler invites hotels with key initiatives to advance sustainability, individual wellness, and community impact by designating a local charity beneficiary that will receive a portion of a traveler’s booking when they book their stay through the Kind Traveler site. This system empowers travelers to create a positive impact within the host destination.
“The Allegretto Vineyard Resort is thrilled to have the opportunity to support the local community and promote sustainable and responsible tourism,” said General Manager, Rich Verruni.
Travelers who book their stay at the Allegretto through kindtraveler.com will donate a portion of their visit to The SLO Surfrider Foundation to support the ocean and beaches so dear to the local community. The Surfrider Foundation is a group of activists that network, campaign, fight legal battles, build awareness, and raise money, all for the greater good of protecting the ocean.
The New York Times states, “A hotel discount may warm your heart, knowing you’ve beaten the system. Now a new hotel booking website aims to warm your soul, too, by linking discounted rates and charitable donations.”