The deluxe Cavendish London has gone green. Winner of a Green Tourism For London Award, as well as a Visit London Sustainable Tourism Award, The Cavendish hotel’s London property has a strong environmental policy which doesn’t see any of its 230 rooms lose out on luxury. Located on Jermyn Street, The Cavendish is an eco-friendly walk from all the delights of Central London.
One Aldwych is perhaps the best known of environmentally-friendly hotels London has to offer. This privately owned establishment in Covent Garden has won awards galore for its energy and water conservation and reduction policies and its corporate social responsibility programme. For guests, the hotel features stylish yet unfussy decor, a pool and fitness centre, a funky bar and no less than two highly acclaimed restaurants – Axis and Indigo.
Green London Hotels that can be proud include the 5-star 51 Buckingham Gate, which offers both hotel suites and serviced apartments. Here you’ll find limestone floors and a muted colour palette – the essence of style. The discreet property provides guests with a butler service, off-street entrances, wireless internet and 24-hour in-room dining. Plus there’s the award-winning Spa at 51 for all your beauty needs, and a Michelin-starred restaurant, Quilon, if you’re feeling peckish.
There are plenty more green hotels; London’s hospitality industry has really caught on to the idea of providing both luxury and eco-friendliness. Check the environmental policy of your chosen accommodation before you book.
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