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Green Bamboo hotel

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177 Tran Phu St., Hai Chau Dist.,Da Nang City., S.R Viet Nam

Type of Building: Hotel
New / Refurbished: Refurbished
Status: Operational Stage
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Gross Floor Area: 0 sq.m
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Bamboo Green Hotel – 177 Tran Phu – Da Nang is a three-star hotel owned by the Vietnam Tourism Joint Stock Company (Vitours). The trendy looking hotel has 70 rooms and three meeting halls with different capacity to host meetings of from 20 to 500 people. It also features a restaurant, 10 massage-sauna parlors and a karaoke bar. In the latest major renovation, the Board of Directors of the hotel decided to go green by making the hotel’s campus green, clean and beautiful for sustainable tourism development. The request was to turn Bamboo Green into an outstanding energy-efficient, environment-friendly and cost-saving accommodation without compromising its elegance and guests’ comfort.

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HVAC

Bamboo Green Hotel uses the Daikin centrally controlled air conditioning system which allows remote switching of air cons and control of temperature in the rooms and lobby areas. This system makes sure guest comfort is maximized and at the same time minimizes the hotel’s electricity bills.
“By increasing the air-con temperature by 6OC, 40% of energy is saved”

Lighting
For lighting system, most of the lighting at the hotel either in the lobby, meeting halls, or in the restaurant and guest rooms is furnished with high energy-efficiency compact fluorescent light bulbs. These light bulbs help to save over 50% of electricity used for lighting and also emit substantially less heat.
“Save over 50% energy over filament light bulbs”

Hot water system

The solar hot water heating system installed at Bamboo Green Hotel is an industrial forced convection system with automated central thermal supervision and dispense. The system uses and arrangement of flat solar collectors to convert energy from the sun for hot water heating. An additional heat pump heating system makes sure hot water is available in all weather conditions.
“Saves >45% of energy”

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