Sustainable hotel renovation: the case of Southwestern Serbia
Αειφορική ανακαίνιση ξενοδοχείου: η περίπτωση της Νοτιοδυτικής Σερβίας
KeywordsSustainable renovation ; Sustainable development ; Sustainable tourism ; Rural tourism ; Cultural heritage ; Environmental analyses
Sustainable tourism means wider than architecture through environmental protection, and economic growth and is not just an aspect of construction. Through sustainable tourism, we observe the development of the whole district, where the existing hotel is located, which will undergo renovation into a sustainable hotel, located in southwestern Serbia, as well as the protection and promotion of rural tourism. Such, their reuse should be given priority over demolition and reconstruction according to modern standards. At the same time, take into account cultural tourism, which is a traditional and best-organized form for Serbia, while rural tourism is very promising. It is being considered how to grow rural tourism in such a way that the provision of tourist facilities and experiences is suited to the needs of the host community, the environment, and local producers, as well as the demands of tourists. Ecologically sustainable tourism emphasizes the value of natural and cultural resources in society's economic and social growth and helps to preserve them. As a result, the growth of cultural and rural tourism has significant socioeconomic implications for the country's economy. This study's goals include determining the economic effects of the development of rural tourism, as well as the potential of the sustainability of the rural settlement and the development of sustainable tourism through the analysis of the environment of the facility and, based on the results obtained, the improvement of the existing facility into a sustainable facility with the use of domestic materials.