Gallery: China’s First Carbon Neutral Hotel Hits Shanghai

 

Environmentally conscious visitors to Shanghai who are looking for the luxury experience can stay carbon-free and enjoy green living on the go at URBN Hotels. Designed to attract ‘urban world travelers’, the 28-room full-service hotel fuses Western and Chinese influences and a host of green-minded practices to create an urban eco-oasis for tourist and business travelers. From the building’s design and materials to cleaning products to energy-efficiency, URBN Hotels is an eco-friendly refuge amid the bustle of Shanghai.

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  1. URBN will be China’s ... April 7, 2008 at 9:36 pm

    […] are set to open in Beijing, Hangzhou, Dalian, and Suzhou, containing up to 70 rooms each. Source: Inhabitat.com Back to news index « Carlson to double Asia Pacific portfolio // […]

  2. RGensam April 6, 2008 at 12:44 pm

    I am in PVG next week, too bad 280 USD a night is way out of my range for my side trip. Looks exciting, I will try to walk by and peek in.

  3. RGensam April 6, 2008 at 12:29 pm

    As a planner and LEED AP Designer I would love nothing more than to stay here next week, but at 280 USD a night, I don’t think this is a possibility.

  4. hugo April 3, 2008 at 5:10 am

    This looks and sounds really well. Next time I’m in Shanghai for business, I know where to go.

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