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OLD SAYBROOK, CONN.—Situated on the site of one of New England’s first settlements (1623), the Energy Star rated Saybrook Point Inn & Spa is a champion of energy conservation and environmental protection.
MIAMI—One would not expect a property’s environmental champion to come out of the security department but that is what has happened at the 221-room Four Seasons Hotel Miami.
TRUCKEE, CALIF.—Located more than a mile high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains about 200 miles northeast of San Francisco, the Cedar House Sport Hotel has been very well received since it opened in mid-2006.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y.—Next spring will be an exciting time here at the Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort. Up on the roof, just between the main lobby and the restaurant, a green roof will be installed.
BOULDER, COLO.—If you would like to learn about the Boulder Outlook Hotel & Suites’ zero waste program, I suggest checking with the property’s Ambassador of Cool (owner Dan King), or maybe its Green Goddess (Diane Schevene).
BOSTON—On September 1, the 225-room Jurys Boston Hotel will do what few other hotel properties in the United States have done—offset 100 percent of its electricity consumption.
HALLOWELL, MAINE—The eight-room Maple Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast, set on 130 acres here, has earned a reputation as an environmental leader and deservedly so.
PORTLAND, ORE.—Almost 100 years old, the historic Meier & Frank department store here in Portland is being converted to a 331-room Starwood Luxury Collection hotel called The Nines.
ST. ANDREWS BY-THE-SEA, NEW BRUNSWICK—The Fairmont Algonquin, which has been recognized by Fairmont for its environmental leadership, is doing its part to keep its location unspoiled.
ATLANTA—The Atlanta Marriott Marquis, known for its stunning 50-story atrium, is using its ambitious resource-saving initiatives as a launching point to attract groups interested in holding green meetings.
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