The Comfort of Driving a Lexus Now Available in Hotels

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As far as automakers go, Lexus has been leading the pack in developing hybrid cars for its drivers. But their most recent venture takes the idea one step further, and tries to ignite an eco-friendly spark in the rest of their drivers’ lives. Lexus’ Hybrid Living promotes minimizing our impact on the Earth, and to coincide with Earth Day 2008, Lexus is teaming up with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts to open two “Lexus Hybrid Living Suites”.

The suites will be located in the Fairmont Hotels in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. and are designed to attract environmentally conscious travellers who want to “sleep, eat and drink sustainably”.

One of the biggest selling points of renting one of these suites is that it comes with the use of a brand new Lexus LS 600h L, the new low emission luxury hybrid.

Autoblog is reporting that a night’s stay in one of these suites will set you back $869, so if you are really devoted to the cause, or really want to have the most expensive test-drive of your life, reserve your spot with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts today.

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  • Ian Andrew

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