Chicago (PRWEB) April 15, 2010
The James Chicago will offer guests easy ways to observe and conserve this Earth Day with extra eco-centric amenities conveniently available April 22-25, 2010. The Earth Day amenities enhance the socially responsible programming already offered year-round at The James, Chicago's luxury boutique hotel].
To raise awareness of the importance of recycling and sustainability, The James will offer guests a complimentary bottle of re-source(tm) natural spring water per room upon arrival April 22-25. For each additional bottle purchased this weekend, The James and re-source will donate 100 percent of proceeds to Keep America Beautiful, which inspires millions of Americans to improve local community environments. Re-source natural spring water bottles are made from 25 percent recycled plastic - more recycled content than most other brands in North America. The James shows its commitment to socially responsible action by offering re-source to guests in-room year-round.
In addition, guests who would like to conserve paper can opt for a paperless folio option upon check-out. To arrange for a folio to be sent only electronically, guests should contact the front desk assistant during their stays.
Furthermore, guests of David Burke's Primehouse who present a ticket from Disney's "Oceans" movie, which premieres on Earth Day, will receive a complimentary glass of the sustainable and organic Cono Sur Pinot Noir, Chile 2008 with a dinner or lunch entree. Fifty percent of the wines offered at David Burke's Primehouse are organic, sustainable and/or biodynamic.
Lastly, the Spa by Asha located at The James, offers guests 25 dollars off one Caribbean Self Shower Treatment (regularly priced at 100 dollars). Guests may indulge in a detoxifying and nurturing hydrotherapy treatment that creates inner calm and renews the body and senses through the healing touch and plant wisdom of the Caribbean.
The James Chicago is centrally located on the corner of Rush and Ontario, a quick, carbon neutral walk, from Chicago's famous Michigan Avenue, Millennium Park and various museums.