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The Scarlet Hotel: An Eco Friendly and Eco Luxury Example

02/09/2010

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The Scarlet Hotel is located in Cornwall and represents a leading example of a luxury hotel that is taking the environment into account.

The building has been designed by the Harrison Sutton Partnership and is perched on the cliffs of the British coast with a view on the sea, the sky and the surrounding headlands.

The clustered suites are walled with broad windows that provide guests with a link to nature. Furthermore, the Scarlet Hotel boasts firm environmental initiations which include grey and rainwater harvesting, solar water heating, recycled construction materials and many more.

With these impressive attributes and facilities contained within a hotel as lavishly designed and decorated as this, it is no surprise to see that the Scarlet Hotel is receiving such flattering reviews.

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