I am excited about this new initiative for our guests at Cape Colony Inn after Provincetown's environmentally friendly decision.
Provincetown, MA (PRWEB) May 11, 2015
With the recent ban on plastic bags throughout Provincetown, as reported by Cape Cod Today on April 16, a push towards more environmentally friendly solutions is sweeping town as it prepares for the Summer season. The Cape Colony Inn, located in Provincetown’s East End, is working to help in this movement by offering complimentary tote bags to guests checking into the hotel. The bags are a high quality material and perfect for carrying purchases from shopping or supplies for the beach.
"I am excited about this new initiative for our guests at Cape Colony Inn after Provincetown's environmentally friendly decision. The hotel has always been focused on green policies and this is another great endeavor," said Steve Sleeper, general manager.
Cape Colony Inn has a strong history of green initiatives that are environmentally friendly, like these totes. Recycling bins are located throughout the hotel and all bath and cleaning products are environmentally friendly and in biodegradable packaging. Plans are also in the works for a completely solar powered pool heating system to be completed this season.
Rates are at the lowest for the season currently and Cape Colony Inn still has rooms throughout the Summer through Halloween. All rooms feature Simmons Beautyrest Pillowtop Mattresses, free Wi-Fi, a mini-refrigerator, microwaves, Keurig Brewing Machines, and more. The heated pool is popular with all guests and offers a nice area to lounge or play. Other amenities at the hotel include a volleyball court, shuffleboard, ping pong, picnic area, and grilling area. Complimentary breakfast is included in the room as well as parking for one vehicle. Find out more at http://www.capecolonyinn.com.