CHANGING THE PERCEPTION OF SENIOR LIVING
It seems that more now than ever before, we are changing how we go on vacations. While a particular segment of the Goldenboomers demographic will always enjoy shipboard cruising, more people are looking for and enjoying “green” vacations.
Google the words “Green Hotel Architects” and you will pull up 19 million hits. Travelocity includes a “Green Hotel Directory.” Older hotels are being retrofitted into LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) award-winning designs. Locations that used to be considered so far off the grid are now using their isolation as selling points. Additionally, global hotel chains are creating new “Green Initiatives.”
Yes, going green is good for the bottom line on a variety of levels.
Here are thirty eco-friendly hotels found around the world. Thanks to Mashable.com, you can let your inner green traveler roam!