Seaport Boston is an Eco Friendly AND Green Hotel
We are proud to provide our guests a green hotel stay
Seaport Saves is a groundbreaking environmental program dedicated to increasing sustainability and conservation throughout all aspects of the organization. We encourage our guests, team members and vendors to embrace and practice an environmentally-sensitive lifestyle. It is possible to coexist in a delicate balance with the natural world while providing world-class service in a luxurious setting.
Seaport celebrates Earth Day 2012...take a look!
Seaport's latest green hotel achievements:
Eco-friendly water taxi service
The hotel's Seaport Water Taxi offers a zero emissions fully-electric water taxi, the city's only such vessel. Given Seaport's focus on sustainability, this was an important consideration for Seaport prior to the forming of this partnership with Rowes Wharf Water Transit.
Only hotel to participate in "Grounds to Grow On" program
Seaport is currently the only the hotel participating in Keurig's new "Grounds to Grow On" program, a brewed portion pack recovery program. The program allows hotel guests to recover their used K-Cup portion packs. The brewed portion packs are then returned to g2 revolution, an innovative recycling company and are used to enrich soil and generate energy.
Welcoming thousands of guests - bees!
Seaport is now home to 270,000 bees in seven hives on the 5th floor eco-friendly roof. At the end of July, 2012, Seaport harvested approximately 300 pounds of honey for use in Aura restaurant and TAMO bar & terrace, and for sale in the Seaport Cafe.
Four New Charging Station and Complimentary Valet Parking for Eco-Friendly Cars - April 2012
Seaport offers overnight guests who arrive in hybrid or electric vehicles access to a four new complimentary charging station and a complimentary night of valet parking through the end of 2012. The four charging stations can accommodate up to eight eco-friendly cars.
>For more on what Seaport Saves, download the complete Green Hotel Resume.
*Members of Boston Green Tourism and the Green Hotels Association