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  • 140 State Route 23, Pompton Plains, New Jersey 07444

Green Hotel Initiatives at Best Western Regency House Hotel

More and More New Jersey hotels are going green to play their part in saving our environment and here at the Best Western Regency House Hotel, we are no exception. We have made some recent environmentally friendly initiatives that we are very proud to share.

At the Best Western Regency House Hotel, we use EcoSlim amenity dispensers which help to reduce plastic bottle wastage while offering our guests natural liquid care products of the highest quality. With green initiatives in hotels such as these, we can help to eliminate thousands of amenity bottles from entering local landfills every year. Other green initiatives in NJ hotels include personal care products that are vegetable-based, comprise all-natural ingredients and packaged in biodegradable tubes.

Eco-Friendly Hotel in NJ

If green initiatives in our world are important to you, and want to make sure you stay in an eco-friendly hotel in NJ that shares your concerns, look no further than our hotel. Situated just half an hour outside of New York City and close to Newark Airport, and major highways and transportation; our hotel is the perfect place to stay if you will be exploring the rich offerings of NYC and NJ. Our accommodations include more than 100 guest rooms and suites with modern, environmentally-friendly amenities. Extended stay visitors can look forward to our fully-equipped kitchenette studios and business travelers can unwind in luxury in the Business Plus Suite.

Whether you are coming for business or pleasure, you can rest assured that Best Western Regency House Hotel is committed to protecting the planet by incorporating green initiatives in our hotel and we will continue to implement eco-friendlier steps in the coming years. We look forward to welcoming you on your next business or family trip to New Jersey.

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