Best Green Hotels: McKinley Village - Denali Park

McKinley Village - Denali Park  
McKinley Village, Alaska, United States

This hotel has a green procurement program, ensuring purchases are environmentally sound. Though this property doesn't have bulk amenity dispensers, for example, the bottles are recyclable. There is no Styrofoam used here either.

The coffee is Shate Tree Coffee, protecting the eco-systems of the countries it's purchased from, and protecting over 150 tyes of migratory birds.

Transportation in the Park is fueld by bio-fuel and electricity.

To enhance your stargazing, this hotel has adopted a Dark Skies Initiative -- no outdoor lighting shines up or out, only downward.

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