December 02, 2011
We've mentioned the benefits of green travel and the importance of hotels to be actively green, but did you know that when doing business at our Kelowna hotel you can now send some extra love to the earth?
The Best Western PLUS Kelowna Hotel & Suites has recently been awarded a 4 Green Key Meetings rating, which is defined as:
A hotel that has shown national industry leadership and commitment to protecting the environment through wide ranging policies and practices regarding their meetings and convention facilities and practices. A hotel that has established programs in place that involve management, employees, guests, and the public which have shown substantial and measurable results.
Simply put: We're committed to our ongoing green initiatives and are continuously moving forward anyway we can! We figured implementing even more green practices to our conference facilities and catering services was the next step in a great direction.
More and more event planners and businesses are joining in on the crusade to make less of an impact on the environment, and being able to do that while still maintaining successful meetings and events are a definite bonus. Our hotel in Kelowna can make it all happen! Our staff take care of all the details for you so all you have to worry about is whether or not your tie is straight. From food & beverage service to energy & water consumption, you can go on with your business in Kelowna knowing that we're paying it forward to the earth for you. Aren't we nice?
Interested in booking a green meeting or event at our Kelowna hotel's conference centre? Contact our fabulous sales staff for more info and let us make your commitment to the environment just as strong as ours.
The Earth may not verbally thank you, but we sure will!
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