Have you ever realized how many lights are usually switched on anytime you arrive in a hotel room?
Hotel industry uses substantial amounts of energy providing services and comfort to their guests, sometimes through inefficient use of energy. We can mistake “comfort” with an actual “over-covering” a guest's needs: Too much light or too much heat in a hotel room doesn't mean more comfort, but a waste of energy.
If you walk into a hotel room that’s freezing cold or way too hot, send a note to the manager. It’ll only take a second, if just a few notes can make a huge difference.
Setting the AC to the right temperature or turning off lights you don't actually need when you get to a hotel room are some small acts that have a substantial impact, reducing your carbon footprint.
Choosing a hotel for your next destination who cares for energy efficiency is always a good decision as well.
Don't keep this to yourself. Share this email to anyone you know who spends part of their lives in hotel rooms and start a conversation.