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The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company announced the installation of charging stations for electric vehicles in more hotels across the world.
As of today, Ritz-Carlton has already installed two charging stands at the majority of its best locations in NA, and intends to now electrify the rest.
With growing sales of high-end plug-ins like the Tesla Model S and Model X, as well as many new entries from BMW and Mercedes plug-in hybrids, having a charging spot available for those premium cars at the high end hotel is practically a necessity at this point.
"With a dedication to superior service and fostering a sustainable future, The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company L.L.C is pleased to offer charging stations at properties across the globe. Currently installed at a majority of the iconic brand’s North American locations and select international hotels, electric car owners charging at Ritz-Carlton locations can experience all that The Ritz-Carlton has to offer, with extraordinary destinations and exceptional service.
The Ritz-Carlton network of destination charging stations make long distance travel convenient and easy from Washington, DC to San Francisco and Barcelona to Hong Kong with the installation of two charging stations at each property, and the ability to charge up for the next 150 miles in two and a half hours."
"Electric charging station locations at Ritz-Carlton hotels include: Amelia Island, Bachelor Gulch, Bal Harbour, Boston, Charlotte, Cleveland, Coconut Grove, Dallas, Denver, Dove Mountain, Fort Lauderdale, Georgetown, Half Moon Bay, Kapalua, Key Biscayne, Lake Tahoe, Marina Del Rey, Montreal, Naples, Orlando Grande Lakes, Philadelphia, Rancho Mirage, Reynolds Lake Oconee, San Francisco, Sarasota, South Beach, St. Louis, Toronto, Tyson’s Corner, Pentagon City in Washington, DC and Westchester across the United States in addition to, Hotel Arts, Barcelona, Beijing Financial Street, Chengdu, Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China with additional international locations to follow in the coming months."
Ed French, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, The Ritz-Carlton said:
“Our organization is committed to seek ways to inspire people to live differently. To adopt a lifestyle in which we can travel responsibly, comfortably and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Commitment to the community and environment was part of our original 1983 mission statement. Globally, we focus our efforts in three areas, of which one is environmental responsibility. Our approach is to merge our global strategy with local perspective – allowing us to integrate sustainable initiatives across the broad range of geographic locations in both remote and urban communities where our company has operations.”