Marriott Timeshare Vacation Owners and Resorts are Saving the Planet

published on May 22nd, 2011 in Marriott Time share, Marriott Vacation Club tagged , ,

Marriott’s Grand Chateau, located at the center of the Las Vegas Strip, and part of the Marriott Time share Resort membership has earned the prestigious ENERGY STAR rating from the U.S.’ Environmental Protection Agency.  The Energy Star rating is a national symbol for protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency.  This is not the first recognition for Marriott’s Grand Chateau of having an earth-friendly focus for its’ Marriott Time share Resort owners. In 2008 the resort was awarded the TOBY Earth Award for Environmental Conservation from the Building Owners and Managers Association of Nevada, and in 2010 the resort became a member of the Audubon International Green Leaf Eco-Rating Program.  The key to the 427-villa timeshare resorts’ earth-friendly success is that it uses approximately 35 percent less energy than typical buildings related to its size and, releases 35 percent less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.  Since the official launch of going green in 2007, Marriott Time share Resort at Grand Chateau resort has saved over 9.9 million pounds in green house gas emissions and reduced energy costs by over $960,000.

Marriott’s Grand Chateau is located between the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. The resort offers; one-, two- and three-bedroom villas ranging from 820 – 2,095 square feet.