The glaciers are receding
in the dramatic mountain range of the Alps, and renowned resorts like Badrutt's Palace
are doing something about it-- putting up a fight against global warming. With a new energy-efficient heating system in a long term cooperative effort with Zurich's "EWZ" power station, the resort has designed a heat pump that draws water directly from Lake St. Moritz without harming the area's flora and fauna. With this measure, the legendary hotel-- the very symbol of sophisticated Alpine luxury-- is saving 400,000 liters of heating oil per season, while cutting carbon dioxide emissions by 1,000 tons per year. That's an 80 percent difference over the previous heating system. Bravo
Radisson Blu Edwardian Leicester Square Hotel is a discrete and quiet London hotel with friendly service and an exquisite location, between the National Gallery and Leicester Square.
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Thornbury, United Kingdom
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Bondgate Within Alnwick, United Kingdom
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Please note: The Hotel Lungarno will be closed from November 27, 2016 through June 2017 for a complete renovation.
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