Fairfield Inn & Suites, Baltimore Inner Harbor

101 President Street
MD 21202

Fairfield Inn & Suites, Baltimore Inner Harbor

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Baltimore's first Green hotel, awaiting LEED Gold certification, also incorporates historic facades from the brewery that originally occupied the site during the early 1800's. The building was designed to be 24% more energy efficient than current code. 2.4 Kilowatt hours of renewable energy certificates offset power consumption. Hotel provides a hypoallergenic environment - fragrance free, all natural, biodegradable cleaning products are used throughout. Among its observable green features:
• Green Roof insulates the building while it reduces the radiant heat that impacts the city and reduces the volume of storm water flowing into drainage channels
• Landscaping is native plants and recycled materials such as the artificial pervious turf made from recycled tires in the interior courtyard
• Entry lobby includes a wall made from recycled brick from late 1700's
• Natural lighting is maximized through solar powered, GPS guided reflectors for skylight in Great Room
• Storm water runoff collected in an enormous rain barrel, made by recycling the Baltimore Brewing Company’s grain storage silo, serves all hotel landscaping irrigation needs
• Alternative transportation available for both guests and associates: bicycles supplied; bike racks provided; convenient to public transportation; Smart Car used for hotel business



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