Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass


5594 W Wild Horse Pass Blvd, Phoenix, AZ, 85226, United States   •  Weather:   

Local Time Phone (602) 225-0100 Hotel Reservations 866-837-4156


Make a Green Choice at our Phoenix Green Hotel

phoenix green hotel
phoenix green hotel

Conserving water, energy and other resources is rewarding for you and great for the environment. Enjoy a $5 voucher at participating food and beverage outlets in our Phoenix green hotel, or 500 Starpoints® awarded at check-out for each night you decline housekeeping (except day of departure).

It feels good to conserve. Make A Green Choice.

To participate in the Make a Green Choice program, please tell us at check-in or look for the doorhanger in your guestroom after you check into our Phoenix green hotel.

More about our GeoGreen initiative

In continuation of our GeoGreen initiative, Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass is partnering with Phoenix Fibers to recycle all bed linens, towels, bathrobes and linen napkins that have traditionally been discarded as waste. Phoenix Fibers is a locally-based, closed loop, textile recycler that works hand-in-hand with sister company Bonded Logic, using recycled textiles to produce green, LEED certified insulation.

Keeping with our mission to reduce environmental impact through conservation, special linen recycling bins have been placed throughout the housekeeping areas to allow old inventory to easily be discarded for pick-up from Phoenix Fibers.

The Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass goes beyond Green and promotes both Cultural Sustainability and Environmental Responsibility with our GeoGreen initiative. We've won multiple national awards for those efforts including; the TIA Odyssey Award for Sustaining an Indigenous Culture or Community, National Geographic Traveler Magazine's "Stay List," and the AZ Governor's Cultural Preservation Award.

More recently, under the direction of the GeoGreen Team, the Resort has altered internal practices for a more environmental focus. The GeoGreen Team, made up of managers and supervisors of all departments, designed a comprehensive recycling program, which included activities from recycling grease to be used for biofuels, to composting at the equestrian center to trading in the courtesy vehicle for a hybrid.