eco–hotel

noun

Definition of eco–hotel

plural

eco–hotels

  1. :  a hotel with features and services designed not to be harmful to the environment For the politically correct couple, this brand-new eco-hotel—south of Puerto Vallarta on the Pacific coast—offers a guilt-free honeymoon. Everything is recycled; the water is solar-heated, the produce organic. — Richard Alleman, Vogue, June 1998

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1993

First Known Use of eco–hotel

1993


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