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Hyatt Lodge Oak Brook Commits to Sustainability with Earth-Conscious Building Features


OAK BROOK, ILL.—The Hyatt Lodge in Oakbrook, Ill., is providing a stay at a green, responsibly and sustainably crafted property. With prairie-style architecture in a retreat-like setting nestled among Lake Fred in Oak Brook, Hyatt Lodge has many structural elements of the space that were carefully selected and crafted to provide guests with a greener stay.

The ceiling finish consists of no VOC paint which creates a healthier indoor environment and allows for easier breathing. All the wood furniture is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified, promoting socially responsible forestry. Additional earth-friendly features at the Hyatt Lodge include the nightstands made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper and carpet that is Carpet and Rug Institute (CR1) Green Label Plus Certified, setting the highest standards for indoor air quality and ensuring the very lowest emitting products on the market.

Even the smaller features are green, making a difference in materials used. The desks are made from post-consumer recycled glass from clear, brown, and green bottles, the floors made from bamboo, providing a sustainable alternative to traditional wood flooring and the LED light bulbs will last fifteen years longer than a traditional incandescent bulb.

“Providing an exceptional guest experience is something we work hard to accomplish every day, but we are even more proud to provide the comfort and service that guests expect and deserve in a space that was crafted in an earth-conscious way,” said Director of Sales, Michelle Marvin.

Nestled on 88 acres of a lush green forest preserve and considered Oak Brook’s most unique hotel, Hyatt Lodge is surrounded by ponds, streams, and wooded trails.