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St. Louis Green Hotel Information

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Just because you’re on vacation doesn’t mean you should kick your eco-friendly ways to the curb. Regardless of whether you’ve just recently started considering your carbon footprint or you’re a seasoned pro at building compost heaps, book a green hotel in St. Louis.

After all, indulging in a vacation shouldn’t mean you turn your back on all your environmentally conscious values. You and your green conscience can actually rest easy at these accommodations, which are fully committed to sustainable practices. Many green hotels in St. Louis are energy efficient and LEED certified, while others provide organic products and focus on recycling programs. These eco-aware establishments have a low impact on the environment as they strive to accommodate with solar panels, biodegradable materials, and even eco-tourism activities.