Travelers looking to go green can do so with a visit to The Rubens at the Palace in London.
The offer includes a vegan afternoon tea, the chance to learn about the “living wall” at the hotel, an outdoor exercise session and the ability to use a Santander bicycle.
“Our new ‘Go Green’ experience is the perfect way for guests to play an active part in some of our CSR initiatives, while enjoying a luxurious stay at The Rubens,” said Malcolm Hendry, general manager, The Rubens at the Palace.
The offer starts at $490 per night, based on two adults sharing a classic double room and including full breakfast. A vegan breakfast option is also available. The offer includes a specially designed cocktail on arrival, with $1.30 of each cocktail subsequently purchased donated to the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
Guests can book the offer online.
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