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Green Hotels in Phoenix

Hotels use a lot of natural resources, from laundering hundreds of towels and linens a day to enormous uses of electricity. Many are committing to greener business practices and encouraging their guests to do the same. For guests interested in staying in a green hotel, there are several choices in Phoenix: 
from $79
Fuel Alternatives: Clarendon Hotel and Spa
Guests notice this hotel's committment to a more environmentally friendly lifestyle with its electric vehicle charging stations. Their landscaping was also selected to help reduce flooding.They are a Genre Hotel, which is a network of hotels dedicated to giving back. Genre Hotels have supported programs like Generosity Water, which helps people around the globe gain access to fresh water.
from $98
Green Key Eco-Rating Program: Hyatt Regency Phoenix
The Hyatt Regency Resort Phoenix has been independently certified through a process that measured its impact on the environment, community and the local economy. The Hyatt has combined guest needs with sustainable practices by employing things such as biodegradable materials, when possible, and a commitment to use local products.
from $149
Becoming "Naturally Grand": Arizona Grand Resort & Spa
This hotel has one of the most extensive commitments to green living of any of the locations in Phoenix. They created a Green Task Force to develop earth-friendly plans. They buy recycled materials, organic and local foods, and seek the feedback of their guests on environmental best practices/suggestions, when possible.Some of the green practices include: using an environmentally friendly cleaner on resort laundry, offering charging stations for electric cars, and recycling 100% of the resort's cardboard waste.
from $63
Minimizing Use: Homewood Suites Phoenix North - Happy Valley
Homewood Suites commits to performing the following environmentally friendly business practices: installing energy-saving lighting, offering a towel reuse program to its guests, as well as water- and energy-efficient fixtures and gauges.They also watch and track their energy use and report it at least 4 times a year.
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