In keeping with its environmental efforts to remain in the
“green,” Blue Horizons Garden Resort in Grenada has introduced a “no smoking”
in-room policy applicable to all 32 accommodations. This new policy does not make
Blue Horizons a “no smoking” resort; guests can smoke on the patios or in any
open-air space throughout the property.
“We instituted this policy in order to keep the air in our guest rooms clean and
fresh, which is right in line with our efforts to enact ‘green’ measures throughout
the property,” said Arnold Hopkin, owner/manager of Blue Horizons Garden Resort, a
Green Globe benchmarked hotel for its impressive environmental initiatives.
Blue Horizons re-opened in July 2005 following a $1.5 million refurbishment project.