Best Green Hotels: Aldemar Hotels

Aldemar Hotels  
Athens, Greece

Ancient history abounds here, inter-mixed with modern history. Visit the Acropolis or the Parthenon, the 2004 Olympic village, and the alleys and winding streets of Plaka.

Don't forget to sample the Greek cuisine of fresh vegetables and fruits, aromatic herbs and spices, cheese, seafood, and wine. Simplicity and olive oil are the finishing touches to the food you'll eat.

These hotels have tree planting campaigns. The hotels have a waste paper recycling program. Each room has a switch that turns off the electricity to guestrooms when the guest leaves the room.

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No: Yes: Unknown: Promised but not provided:
Towel Program  
Sheet Program  
Cotton Towels/Sheets  
Alternative Energy  
Maintenance for Conservation  
Energy Conservation  
Bulk Soap & Amenities  
Newspaper Program  
Organic Food Served  
Eco-friendly Food Served  
Promote "greenness" in PR  
Educate Guests to "green"  
Educate Staff to "green"  
Participate in Green Program(s)  
Fresh Air  
Non-Smoking Rooms  
Environmental Cleaning  
Water Conservation  
Xeric Garden  
Gray-Water Recycling  
Recyclable Disposables  
Compostable Disposables  
Durable Service Items  
Guestroom Recycling Bins  
Hotel Recycling Bins  
Donating to Charity  
Conference Center/Rooms  
Fitness Center  

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