Bangkok, Thailand, July 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Recently Rembrandt Hotel has converted all boiler gas from crude oil to liquefied petroleum gas or LPG.
As LPG is a clean-burning fuel, it emits the lowest carbon emissions of all fossil fuels during the burning process and causes less air pollution. It also does not pose any ground or water pollution hazards. LPG burns cleanly with virtually no soot and very few sulfur emissions.
Rembrandt Hotel has also changed the pool filtration system from chlorine to saltwater, giving an all-natural alternative that is nicer on the environment and better for the skin.
After swimming in a salt-water pool, swimmers will feel smoother and more refreshed skin as salt is softer on skin than chlorine. It will provide more comfort and decrease the tendency of red eyes, itchy skin or discolored hair that are often common side effects of chlorinated pools.
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
Rembrandt Hotel is located in the heart of Bangkok on Sukhumvit Road. Guests may access our hotel either from Sukhumvit Soi 18 or Sukhumvit Soi 20 as our property extends the length of the block. We offers luxury, outstanding services, and facilities to satisfy all travelers to Bangkok, Thailand. The property is conveniently located near the central business district as well as shopping attractions, city landmarks and vibrant nightlife. Our guests also have the benefit of all major public transportation stations in Bangkok as both skytrain (BTS Asoke Station) and metro (MRT Sukhumvit Station) are just a short 5 minute walk from the hotel or guests may ride on a complimentary 24-hour "tuk tuk" shuttle service to the main road. This quality Bangkok Hotel is a great location for both tourists and business travellers, who will find easy access to all of Sukhumvit and Bangkok.