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The green parts of the hotel include an unlined wastebasket, compact fluorescent bulbs in lamps, and no newspaper delivered to my door. The individual amenities were at least packaged in recycled containers.
The coffee maker was outfitted with individual coffee servings to be made in paper hot cups. The glasses in the bathroom were replaced daily by housekeeping. I must say I love seeing that over the sanitized in your room approach that's been prevalent in the hotel industry for years.
The sheets and towels were comfortable, but they were also poly-cotton. The vinyl shower curtain detracted to the nice decorating, for me.
The Commons Bar and Grill had delicious food, fantastic service, and a view of the Atrium. We had an enjoyable evening there.
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