You Tidy | We Treat
The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas believes in the importance of being green and continues to enhance its sustainability efforts since its opening in April 2008. The "You Tidy, We Treat" program is designed to reward you and is great for the environment.
Guests have the option to forego housekeeping services throughout their stay and receive one complimentary breakfast buffet at Nanea Restaurant and Bar for each dayhouskeeping is declined. On Sundays, when the breakfast buffet is not available, guests are entitled to a $20 credit to the Sunday Brunch or $20 to a selection of items at the Princeville Market. A mid-stay tidy service is provided for guests choosing the You Tidy, We Treat program. Please note breakfast credit must be used on the same day that housekeeping services are declined.
Please visit the front desk in the lobby, or contact the resort at 808.827.8700 (or dial "0" from any in-villa phone) for any questions regarding The Westin Princeville's "You Tidy, We Treat" program. Kindly note this offer is subject to change without notice, and restrictions may apply.
To reduce the resort’s carbon footprint on the beautiful island of Kaua‘i, The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas completed the installation of a cogeneration plant which allows the resort to produce over 90% of its electricity on site. The cogen plant’s heat output is used to heat the resort’s four pools, three whirlpools and hot water throughout the resort.
- The resort offer's guests the opportunity to choose to forgo daily housekeeping services to help reduce our need for washing and drying of linens and towels through our You Tidy, We Treat program.
- The resort's dining outlets use locally grown and sourced products wherever possible.
- The resort has installed variable speed drives on the many pool and water feature electric pumps which greatly reduce electrical needs
- The resort continues to change out light bulbs to more efficient CFL and LED models
- The resort's landscape department has installed a weather sensor type irrigation system to reduce irrigation needs
- The resort's engineering departments only use low VOC paints when painting.
- Housekeeping continues to implement many green practices when cleaning rooms, such as modifying cleaning techniques to reduce water consumption during the cleaning process
- The resort standard for guest room temperature has been adjusted to a more sustainable temperature when the room is vacant to use less electricity
- The resort's Sustainability Council increases associate awareness and encourage associates to implement and develop green practices
- The resort celebrates Earth Hour and Earth Day with sustainable practices for children and guests