Bangkok, Thailand, September 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Rembrandt Hotel was awarded as one of the premium green buildings in Bangkok at Green Building & Retrofits Expo Asia 2011, held at Impact Arena Muangthong Thani on Thursday 22nd of September 2011.
The international director of Bright & Green, Joey Yang, handed out the Silver Award 2011 for using Green Air Conditioning to Rembrandt’s General Manager Eric Hallin for the recognition of Rembrandt’s contribution to creating a greener future.
The award is sponsored by Synergy Group, an industry leader in water treatment and energy-saving lighting technology.
According to Bright & Green, it divides three levels of independent Green Building certifications as Platinum for 3 points, Gold for 2 points and Silver for one point. The point rating system is very transparent and simplistic, and points are given only to proven reductions in energy and water usage, which are air conditioning, use of recycled water and lighting system.
The Rembrandt Hotel is proud to maintain its positions as one of the leading trendsetting hotels in Bangkok by implementing the environmental-friendly policy to enhance environmental sustainability and decrease its carbon footprint.
About Rembrandt Hotel & Towers
Rembrandt Hotel offers luxury, outstanding services, and facilities to satisfy all travelers to Bangkok, Thailand. The property is conveniently located in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit district, near the central business district as well as shopping attractions, city landmarks and vibrant nightlife. Rembrandt has been a landmark on Sukhumvit since its construction by a Nishimatsu Construction Company to Japanese earthquake resistance standards over a decade ago. This quality Bangkok Hotel is just a short 5 minute walk to the Asoke skytrain (BTS) and Sukhumvit metro (MRT) system. It is a great location for both tourists and business travellers, who will find easy access to all of Sukhumvit and Bangkok.