Travelers who want to minimize their impact on the environment should select a "Green" property. A "Green" property is one that has made a commitment to, and are taking steps to minimize their footprint on the earth. Sometimes their efforts are highly visible to guests, like recycle containers, CFL light bulbs, and signage regarding eco-policies. Other times they are behind the scene in energy efficient heating and cooling systems, environmentally friendly cleaners and soaps, etc..
We have added a green rating to our properties indicating their efforts to protect our environment and create a sustainable future for travel. Our rating is 1 to 5 Green Stars, with 5 being the greenest. Properties that are not yet rated include suggestions as to how the property might become more eco-friendly.
When a choice is available help preserve our environment by booking a "Green" hotel.
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Comments: Paula S. from Stony Point, NY USA - The property should conserve water with low flow faucet aerators, help the employees to follow the directives of management, the property should conserve water with hi/low flush toilets .
Comments: Lisa K. from Benton, AR United States - The property should conserve water with low flow faucet aerators, use vendors that promote sustainability, have separate wastebaskets for regular trash and recyclables.
Comments: Jeffrey W. from Mills River, NC USA - Promote sustainability with materials placed in the guest's room, find out what their guests think about their efforts to be green, put energy sensors that control energy use in outdoor areas.
Comments: Carol T. from University Heights, OH USA - Invest in future sustainability, storage areas should have new energy sensors installed, have people share their lodging experience at sites like green hotels & lodging.
Comments: Vance W. from san luis obispo, ca 93405 - Give the workers incentives for implementing the property's eco-initiatives, use environmentally safe laundry detergent, put energy sensors that control energy use in the common areas.
Comments: Charlie R. from escondido, ca usa - Only clean the towels when needed or requested, water could be conserved with low flow faucet aerators, tell people in their property brochures what they're doing to be green.