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: Kevin B. from Ethel, LA - Tell people through advertising what they're doing to be green, management need to fill in the employees on what they're doing, put signs around the property that say what they're doing to be green.
Comments: Joan H. from indianapolis, IN USA - The lobby should have new energy sensors installed, tell their vendors that they need to be green too, tell people in their property brochures what they're doing to be green.
Comments: yee nee h. from Barbados - Have separate trash bins around the property for regular trash and recyclables, recycled toilet paper and tissue should be used in the guest rooms, have some staff form a green team.
Comments: Colleen D. from SALISBURY, NC UNITED STATES - Put energy saving light bulbs in hallways, the property should conserve water with low flow faucet aerators, put energy sensors that control energy use in parking areas.
Comments: Mike M. from stockton, ca usa - They should use recycled paper products, use recycle instead of trash containers at the property, use motion control sensors for heat and air in the guestrooms.
Comments: Rod S. from baltimore, md baltimore - Suggest that guest give reviews about how they're doing to be green, put energy efficient lighting in hallways, enable the guest to purchase carbon offsets.
Comments: Kristine D. from romulus, mi usa - Check up on the staff to make sure they're implementing the guest's desires, only clean the sheets when needed or requested, storage areas should have new energy sensors installed.
Comments: Chris T. from Trabuco Canyon, CA USA - Promote sustainability with materials placed in the guest's room, recycled toilet paper and tissue should be used in the guest rooms, put energy saving light bulbs in hallways.
Comments: E P. from Chicago, Il usa - Put energy saving light bulbs in outdoor areas, get some expert advice on how to be more environmentally friendly, help the employees to follow the directives of management.