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This hotel uses low-VOC paints and other eco-friendly materials.
Pets are allowed at this hotel.
The green actions I saw included CFLs, bulk bathroom amenities, and no newspaper delivered to my door. While there were stoneware mugs and glasses, they seem to have been "sanitized in my room", the horror so beautifully caught in the Fox News expose in Atlanta several years ago; it sure seems it wouldn't be that hard to replace used mugs and glasses with fresh ones, cleaned in the kitchen.
And to add insult to injury, staff wasn't very helpful in getting some of the people in our group to the airport. When you are told the shuttle leaves at 7:30 you expect it to still be there at 7:28. When that didn't happen the front desk staff shrugged and made no effort to help with a cab.
I guess this hotel is greener than most I stay in, but I was still some how disappointed by my experience.
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