They come in the form of small cards, rocks or pieces of wood — the hotel reminders that guests can choose to skip having their towels and sheets washed every day, in a bid to save water and energy. Over the years, they’ve become expected as a base level for a hotel or lodge to show that it’s interested in being environmentally responsible. Guests even notice when, after they have hung their towels to avoid daily washing, they’re still replaced with fresh ones.
How much effect do these hotel linen programs really have?
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The Bangkok-based Bill Bensley—who has designed more than 200 resorts in 30 countries—is known for being a visionary and encouraging people to think outside the box. His latest outpost, Capella Ubud, a Dutch-style tented camp in the hinterlands of a village called Keliki, debuts June 29 in Bali. It is the first of his two tent-style properties that open this year (the second, Shinta Mani Wild, opens at the end of the year in Cambodia).
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Summer is finally here! But, before you take off on that trip you’ve been planning for months, Emory internist Dr. Sharon Bergquist says to make a list of the medications you take and keep your essentials with you.
“Pack your medication in your carry-on bag. Suitcases can get lost. The most important thing is to have it on you,” says Dr. Bergquist.
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