This is another example of Cavallo Point's eco-friendly trailblazing
Sausalito, CA (Vocus) March 24, 2009
Cavallo Point Lodge (http://www.CavalloPoint.com), a luxury hotel and resort in Sausalito, California, today announces its selection as a Green Building of America. This award-winning project will be featured in the upcoming special Real Estate & Construction Review-Northwest Green Success Stories edition. Read more about this Sausalito Green Hotel and Eco-Friendly initiatives.
Cavallo Point is located at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge, opposite San Francisco, and offers an attractive alternative to other, bustling San Francisco Hotels. As a Green Hotel success story, Cavallo Point ownership continues in the tradition of superior hospitality, beautiful hotel design, and eco-friendly initiatives. Each Green Building of America Success Story project is highlighted in a case study that intertwines the words of the project’s owner/developer, consultants, architects and contractors to explain how the teams worked together to design and build one of the region’s most important, innovative or unique new or renovated sustainable facilities. Click here for a complete review of awards and recognitions and to learn more about Sausalito’s Cavallo Point industry-wide recognitions.
“This is another example of Cavallo Point’s eco-friendly trailblazing,” says Nellie Draganic, Director of Sales and Marketing, Cavallo Point. “We’ve gone to great lengths to build green buildings including re-using historical materials, landscaping with native plants, and using green building elements. We are extremely proud to be recognized for our work. And we are most proud of the example we have set for builders and what we have done for the environment in general.”
The Cavallo Point Lodge is a high-end luxury resort located in historical Fort Baker in Sausalito, just across from San Francisco at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County. Cavallo Point Lodge is an elegant and environmentally sustainable luxury resort hotel. Among its many awards are the Michelin Star Murray Circle restaurant, Farley Bar, the Cooking School, and the authentic Healing Arts Center & Spa.
About Cavallo Point Lodge:
Cavallo Point Lodge is a 142-room hotel with eleven spa treatment rooms, nearly 30,000 SF of function space, the award-winning Michelin-rated Murray Circle restaurant and Farley Bar, and an array of learning vacation specials and packages. Cavallo Point serves as the launch home for the Institute at the Golden Gate, an environmental program of the nonprofit Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy in partnership with the National Park Service. The Institute’s mission is to promote the health, sustainability and protection of our environment. Cavallo Point is managed by an affiliate of Passport Resorts LLC, "resorts with a soul." To learn more visit Cavallo Point at http://www.CavalloPoint.com.