Sheraton Sunnyvale Hotel


1100 North Mathilda Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA, 94089, United States   •  Weather:   

Local Time Phone (408) 745-6000 Hotel Reservations 888-627-8079


Eco-Friendly Initiatives at the Sheraton Sunnyvale

Sheraton Sunnyvale - Exterior

Traveling green has many benefits, including reducing your carbon footprint, diverting waste from landfills, and saving limited resources. Here are just a few ways we're helping you make that change.

  • Bay Area Green Business: The Sheraton Sunnyvale has been certified as a green business by the Bay Area Green Business Program. The Bay Area Green Business Program verifies that businesses meet their higher standards of environmental performance, comply with environmental regulations and take actions to conserve resources, prevent pollution, minimize waste, and reduce their carbon footprint.  Learn more about the Bay Area Green Business Program
  • Energy Efficient Lighting. Your guestroom, along with most of the hotel, is equipped with energy efficient compact florescent lighting fixtures. We encourage you to turn off all lighting before departing your room each day.
  • Thermostats with Infrared sensors.  While you are away from your room the thermostat will adjust the temperature in the room to conserve energy.
  • Dual flush toilets.  All bathrooms are equipped with dual flush options to reduce water.
  • Ozone laundry.  Our laundry department is equipped with the newest energy efficient laundry equipment to reduce the use of hotwater
  • Make a Green Choice. To best meet your needs, we give you the choice of how often your linens and towels are laundered. By laundering only when requested, we reduce chlorine, detergent and water use. If you would like fresh linens, locate the "Time for a Change" card in your room and place this card on your bed in the morning.
  • Guest Room Recycling.Your guestroom includes a black recycle bin where we encourage you to recycle the following items:
    • Paper items - such as newspapers, brochures, magazines, note paper,
      cardboard, cartons, envelopes or wrapping paper
    • Bottles and Cans - such as aluminum cans or foil, glass bottles or jars
      (including metal caps and lids), empty spray cans or tin cans
    • Plastics - such as plastic bottles, lids, containers, cups, plates or toys