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INWOOD, N.Y.—When one thinks about the highlights of a hotel property, amenities, restaurants, and overall service come to mind. The on-premises laundry room likely doesn’t figure into even the top 100 features. But if your business is efficiency and turning a property into the pinnacle of green lodging, the laundry room certainly might warrant top billing.
CONCORD, CALIF.—The Hilton Concord, located in the suburban community of Concord in the East Bay of San Francisco, has implemented an array of sustainability initiatives designed to significantly reduce the environmental footprint of the hotel while achieving increased net cash flow from operating cost reductions and creating added asset value. The hotel is owned and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts.
CHICAGO—Hotels around the world are increasing sustainability efforts to help the environment. Whether it’s limiting water use or switching to eco-friendly light bulbs, hoteliers have found that operating with Mother Nature in mind attracts and retains guests while increasing a hotel’s operational efficiency.
Energy is the lodging industry’s second greatest operating cost with heating, cooling and lighting consuming the most energy. For CoCo Key Orlando, the hot, moist Florida climate combined with the added humidity of the on-site water park created additional challenges for hotel management as they worked to maintain a cool, pleasant environment in all guestrooms while also containing energy costs.
ATLANTA—Marriott International has made environmental stewardship a priority for two decades. The company was first in America with a LEED-certified hotel and conference center (Hyattsville, Md.), and it continues to strive for environmental excellence. In 2011 the chain achieved LEED Silver certification for its Atlanta Airport Gateway hotel, which exclusively features American Standard high-efficiency plumbing fixtures.
CONCORD, CALIF.—Hilton Concord, located in the suburban community of Concord in the East Bay of San Francisco, is implementing a significant array of 16 integrated sustainability initiatives designed to drastically reduce the environmental footprint of the hotel while achieving increased net cash flow from operating cost reductions and creating added asset value. The hotel is owned and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts. “Investing in these initiatives will not only contribute to the bottom line, but will also position Hilton Concord as a leader in the market committed to environmentally-friendly practices,” said Ted Knighton, Interstate’s chief operating officer.