Independent hotels travelers love. Reward points they need.
Riviera Palm Springs | Palm Springs, CA
Travelers who prefer boutique hotels to big cookie-cutter brands have long faced a trade-off. While often more charming and memorable than your typical chain hotels, most independent hotels don’t offer loyalty programs. Not anymore. - The New York Times
The Verb Hotel | Boston, MA
Discover an entirely new kind of hotel rewards program One that’s dedicated to the spirit of adventurous, meaningful travel. With Stash Hotel Rewards, members earn and redeem points for free nights at some of the best independent hotels in the U.S., from landmark historic inns to boutique gems to top-rated resorts.
Treat your travelers to Stash One-of-a-kind: Stay at distinctive, independent hotels across the U.S. Fast: Earn free nights quickly. Travelers bank 5 points for every dollar spent.* Flexible: Join for free, no blackouts, and points never expire.
We all get rewards points at the big chain hotels like Starwood. But why not at independent hotels? Stash has created a network of boutique properties where you can earn points for free nights. Now that’s something we can all use more of. - Travel + Leisure
*Earn points on eligible room rates only. Visit stashrewards.com for details.
MontereyHotel PlazaMurano Hotel | | Monterey, CA Tacoma, WA
Business travel will never be the same Stash frees business travelers from the tyranny of chain hotel sameness by allowing them to earn the points they need when they stay at one-of-a-kind independent hotels. So even if their trip is routine, their hotel stay won’t be.
Reward road warriors
Business travelers want points. They collect those magical little numbers because they want their business travel to get them closer to a vacation, to make up for all the nights they’ve spent away from home.
Points drive compliance
Money is lost when business travelers go rogue just to get points. Contracting with Stash partner hotels allows travelers to earn the points they want at one-of-a-kind hotels, while also staying compliant with your company’s travel policy.
Points for travel managers
Why should travelers get all the points? You deserve a vacation, too. For travel managers, some Stash partners award points for bookings or hitting targets. Ask your hotel contact for details.
Join Stash, earn 1000 bonus points www.stashrewards.com/corporate
One in five road travelers say they accumulate miles or status from a brand that’s outside of company policy. Those points are sticky, and business travelers love those points. - Hotel News Now
Vintage Villas Hotel & Events | Austin, TX
Transform your meetings and events When planning your next event, why settle for uninspiring spaces often found at chain hotels when you can gather in a truly exceptional place?
Amazing places and spaces Whether it’s a meeting, team retreat, special event, or wedding, Stash partner hotels offer experiences that are hard to replicate at chain hotels.
Be a hero Travelers want to be where the points are. Give your attendees the points they want while treating them to an unforgettable experience.
Points for planners You spend your days making sure everyone else has a good time. You deserve some perks, too. For event planners, many Stash partners have structured programs, while others offer points on a promotional basis. Ask your hotel contact for details.
Join Stash, earn 1000 bonus points www.stashrewards.com/events
Stash Hotel Rewards is fast becoming the darling of loyalty programs among independent hotels. - Meetings and Conventions
Alexandra Resort | Turks and Caicos
Turn points into one-of-a-kind travel experiences Earn Stash points for staying at or partnering with some of the best independent hotels across the U.S. And then redeem your points by choosing any Stash partner hotel where a stay is more than a room, itâ€™s an experience.
Dynamic redemption pricing
The number of points needed for a free night varies by hotel, room type, and demand. During slow periods, Stash partner hotels may reduce the points required for a room. That means youâ€™ll redeem fewer points for a free night than you would with other rewards programs.
Points add up fast
Travelers earn 5 points for every dollar spent.* Plus, meeting planners and travel managers can earn bonus points from many Stash partners for hosting events and booking room nights. Stash Rewards can get you the trip you deserve, fast. Earn 10,000 points Stay for free at
Earn 20,000 points Stay for free at
Earn 30,000 points Stay for free at
The10,000 Verb Hotel Earn points Boston, MA at Stay for free
Napa Riverpoints Inn Earn 10,000 CA at StayNapa, for free
The Restoration on King Earn 10,000 points Charleston, SCat Stay for free
Dauphine Orleans Hotel New Orleans, LA
The Strand Hotel New York, NY
The Buccaneer St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
*Earn points on eligible room rates only. Visit stashrewards.com for details. Examples for illustration purposes only based on estimated number of Stash points needed to earn free night at identified hotels at February 2015 rates. Actual number of points needed is subject to change based on a number factors, including seasonality and occupancy rate.
Travel less ordinary with Stash The Stash network includes a dizzying array of curated hotels to choose from and not a bland, corporate chain in the lot. With over 150 partner hotels, Stash is the largest points-based rewards program for independent hotels in the U.S.
ALABAMA Auburn The Hotel at Auburn University ARIZONA Sedona Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa Tucson Lodge on the Desert ARKANSAS Fayetteville The Chancellor Hotel CALIFORNIA—CENTRAL Monterey Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa Pismo Beach SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel CALIFORNIA —NORTHERN Napa/Sonoma Napa River Inn (Napa) River Terrace Inn (Napa) San Francisco Hotel Abri Hotel Griffon Inn Marin (Novato) King George Hotel Serrano Hotel The Inn at Union Square The Lodge at Tiburon (Marin) Silicon Valley Creekside Inn (Palo Alto) The Plaza Suites (Santa Clara) Toll House (Los Gatos) CALIFORNIA—SOUTHERN Palm Springs Riviera Palm Springs Los Angeles O Hotel The Portofino Hotel & Marina (Redondo Beach) Sunset Marquis (West Hollywood) The Élan Hotel San Diego Empress Hotel Horton Grand Hotel The Bristol Hotel Tower 23 COLORADO Aurora Woolley’s Classic Suites Boulder Hotel Boulderado Denver Magnolia Hotel Denver
Fort Collins Armstrong Hotel Gateway Gateway Canyons Resort Golden Table Mountain Inn Manitou Springs The Cliff House at Pikes Peak DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington Washington Court Hotel on Capitol Hill FLORIDA Daytona Beach Shores The Shores Resort & Spa Fort Lauderdale Pelican Grand Beach Resort Riverside Hotel Miami Beach / South Beach Edgewater South Beach Naples LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort Orlando Buena Vista Suites Caribe Royale Tampa Emerald Greens Golf Resort GEORGIA Atlanta Artmore Hotel Stonehurst Place Savannah Planters Inn IDAHO Boise Hotel 43 ILLINOIS Chicago Hotel Felix INDIANA South Bend Inn at Saint Mary’s Hotel & Suites IOWA Dubuque Hotel Julien Dubuque Moravia Honey Creek Resort State Park KANSAS Wichita Hotel at Old Town Hotel at WaterWalk
KENTUCKY Lexington The Campbell House Louisville The Brown Hotel LOUISIANA New Orleans Bourbon Orleans Hotel Dauphine Orleans Hotel Hotel Le Marais Hotel Mazarin The Whitney Hotel MAINE Brunswick The Daniel Kennebunkport Cape Arundel Inn & Resort Hidden Pond The Cottages at Cabot Cove The Kennebunkport Inn The Tides Beach Club Ogunquit The Dunes on the Waterfront Portland The Portland Regency Hotel & Spa MARYLAND Hanover The Hotel at Arundel Preserve MASSACHUSETTS Amherst The Lord Jeffery Inn Boston The Hotel Veritas (Cambridge) The Lenox Hotel The Verb Hotel Lenox Cranwell Resort, Spa, and Golf Club Tyngsboro Stonehedge Inn and Spa MICHIGAN Ann Arbor Weber’s Boutique Hotel Detroit Adoba Hotel Dearborn/Detroit MINNESOTA Minneapolis The Commons Hotel MISSOURI Kansas City Hotel Phillips
St. Louis Magnolia Hotel St. Louis Moonrise Hotel NEBRASKA Omaha Magnolia Hotel Omaha NEVADA Reno Whitney Peak Hotel NEW HAMPSHIRE Keene The Lane Hotel NEW JERSEY Basking Ridge The Olde Mill Inn Kenilworth The Kenilworth West Orange The Wilshire Grand Hotel NEW MEXICO Santa Fe Old Santa Fe Inn NEW YORK Altmar Tailwater Lodge Binghamton Traditions at the Glen Long Island Inn at Great Neck Viana Hotel & Spa (Westbury) New York City Dumont NYC Fifty NYC Park South Hotel The French Quarters Guest Apartments The Mansfield The Strand Hotel Rochester Woodcliff Hotel & Spa (Fairport) Syracuse Genesee Grande Hotel Hotel Skyler Parkview Hotel NORTH CAROLINA Ashville Princess Anne Hotel Durham The King’s Daughters Inn OHIO Kent Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center Millersburg The Inn at Honey Run OREGON Bend Tetherow Portland Hotel deLuxe Hotel Lucia Sentinel Welches/Mt. Hood The Resort at The Mountain PENNSYLVANIA Hawley The Lodge at Woodloch, A Destination Spa Macungie Bear Creek Mountain Resort & Conference Center
Pittsburgh Shadyside Inn All Suites Hotel The Priory Hotel State College The Nittany Lion Inn The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel RHODE ISLAND Newport Hotel Viking Providence Hotel Providence SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston Andrew Pinckney Inn French Quarter Inn HarbourView Inn Restoration on King TENNESSEE Nashville Hotel Preston TEXAS Austin AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center Vintage Villas Hotel & Events Cotulla Malana Hotels & Suites Dallas Magnolia Hotel Dallas Houston Hotel Granduca La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa (Montgomery) Magnolia Hotel Houston Lubbock Arbor Inn & Suites Overton Hotel & Conference Center San Antonio Crockett Hotel Menger Hotel
VERMONT Burlington The Essex Resort & Spa (Essex) Norwich The Norwich Inn WASHINGTON Friday Harbor The Island Inn at 123 West Leavenworth Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort Port Ludlow The Resort at Port Ludlow Seattle Cedarbrook Lodge Edgewater Hotel Hotel Ändra Hotel Max Tacoma Hotel Murano Winthrop Sun Mountain Lodge WEST VIRGINIA Parkersburg The Blennerhassett Hotel WISCONSIN Milwaukee Ambassador Hotel Wassau Jefferson Street Inn TURKS AND CAICOS Providenciales Alexandra Resort Beach House Blue Haven Resort and Marina U.S. VIRIGIN ISLANDS St. Croix The Buccaneer
Everyone’s been told that getting there is half the fun. But what about the other half? The being there half? The promise of landing smack-dab in the middle of something new is why we put ourselves in motion. We travel to immerse ourselves in experiences that are enriching, invigorating, and are fantastic for their unfamiliarity. But instead, we often find ourselves settling for very un-special places. We’re there because we couldn’t resist the siren call of reward points—those magical little numbers that transform a year of have-to business trips into a can’t-wait, life-changing getaway. It was time to do something about it. To free travelers from the uninspired offerings of existing hotel reward programs. To make it as easy to book a stay at an amazing hotel as it is a so-so one, and to rack up those irresistible points while doing so.
It was time for Stash Hotel Rewards. Learn more at stashrewards.com
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Photo front cover: Lower lobby, Cedarbrook Lodge | Seattle, WA
Published on Jan 6, 2013
Stash is the largest points-based rewards program for independent hotels in the U.S., with nearly 200 hotels, and growing.