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U.S. News identified 17 of the most prominent hotel loyalty programs and evaluated them using a signature methodology that weighs factors such as added benefits, the average number of paid nights required to earn a free stay and the ease of earning and using rewards. The Stash Hotel Rewards program benefits both business and leisure travelers who prefer to stay in boutique hotels when visiting destinations across the United States.Continue to article
Turns out, there is a growing trend of boutique hotels grouping together to form their own loyalty programs; check out Stash Hotel Rewards.
When looking for a rewards program we needed one that not only suits our brand, but also allows us the flexibility to adapt quickly to meet the unique needs of our guests, both leisure and corporate. Stash is that program.
“Tetherow is a truly unique choice for travelers visiting Bend,” said David Lenke, Hotel General Manager at Tetherow Lodges. “We take pride in creating a one-of-a-kind experience for all of our guests, and being able to offer an innovative program like Stash is the perfect addition to that overall experience.”
"As one of the newer hotels in Durham, we're still building awareness among frequent travellers coming to the area. Being able to offer a points programme like Stash will not only help us attract those 'road-warriors' but also keep them coming back time and time again."
JEM Development also plans to enter into a partnership with Stash Hotel Rewards, a rewards program for travelers who opt to stay at unique and independent hotels nationwide. There are currently nine Stash partner hotels in this state, including the Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort in Leavenworth.
Examiner.com, March 4, 2015
This collaboration offers participating Stash members with an additional three Caribbean resort and hotel choices, increasing the company’s current partnership with The Buccaneer in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Software Advice,February 23 2015
Hotel marketers should take notice of brands that successfully engage with millennials and aim to inject simplicity, transparency and meaning into marketing materials that promote a hotel’s loyalty program offering.
How to capitalize on changing group trends
Hotel News Now, February 13, 2015
Becker agreed it’s impossible to compete with the force of big-brand loyalty programs. “There was nothing we could give away or offer that would make the difference to those points-loyalists,” he said. Instead, NOHC joined Stash Rewards, the loyalty program for guests who stay at member independent hotels. The benefits, he said, will come down the road when members start to build up enough points to make a difference.”
8 Travel Trends We Hope to See More of This Year
ShermansTravel, January 30, 2015
If it’s difficult to rack up those airline miles, it can be even harder for leisure travelers to accumulate hotel points — especially for those who prefer boutique hotels, independent properties, and inns. Enter programs like Expedia+ Rewards, the less-than-two-year-old iPrefer, and Stash Hotel Rewards. These all allow travelers to earn points at hotels beyond the big chains, enjoy extra perks, and redeem award stays more quickly.
Whitney Peak Hotel Partners with Stash Hotel Rewards
Nevada Business Magazine, January 21, 2015
“As an independent hotel surrounded by chains it was important that we find a way to stand out,” said Niki Gross, Managing Director at Whitney Peak Hotel. “When we discovered Stash, we knew it was the perfect fit. It provides us with a tool to reward guests, build awareness, and compete against the chains.”
How Independent Hotels Have Leveled the Loyalty Playing Field
Boutique Hospitality Management, January 7, 2015
Above all, independents should continue to do what they do best—delivering true one-of-a-kind experiences, experiences like original architecture, partnerships with local breweries and farms, and connection to the spirit of their cities. But they should also arm themselves with a tool essential to competing with chains: a points-based loyalty program. Points are a powerful way to attract and retain guests and increase revenue in the face of chain competition.