Congratulations to The Lenox Hotel – top green hotel in Boston!
The Lenox Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts has been a trailblazer of eco-tourism for over 30 years. It was one of the first family-owned hotels to implement a linen reuse program in the 80’s and the first venue in Boston to offer a private electric car charging station. Today, the property offers everything from in-room recycling to energy and water efficient appliances to green sourcing of food and beverages and more.
“Everything from the fabric we choose to ventilation systems in the room — we always opt for the more ecological version,” says Scott Grigelevich, Director of Sales & Marketing for The Lenox. “More often than not it’s the more expensive choice, but certainly a lot of these decisions pay for themselves over a period of time.”
We’re happy to say that The Lenox’s commitment to eco-friendly tourism is paying off. The property has been ranked the top Green Hotel in TripAdvisor’s Boston Popularity Index and received the coveted TripAdvisor GreenLeaders Gold award! Now it will be easier than ever for eco-conscious travelers to recognize The Lenox for all of its green work.
For a complete list of all of the property’s green practices, visit its listing page and click on the GreenLeaders Gold Level badge.
Are you green with envy of The Lenox Hotel’s success? Apply for the TripAdvisor GreenLeaders program at green.tripadvisor.com.