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Booking Bonus: Earn Up to 6,000 Points
Members like you told us they want to earn Stash Points at more hotels. Is 300,000 hotels enough? That’s more […]
7 Stash Partner Hotels Win Conde Nast Readers’ Choice 2016 Awards
These seven Stash Partner Hotels, all distinctive, all fiercely independent, made the grade—the “Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Award 2016” grade.
Hotel of the Week: Cedarbrook Lodge
This week’s Hotel of the Week, a tranquil escape with a beautiful spa and a top-quality onsite restaurant, sits just outside Seattle in an unlikely locale — beside the airport.
Beds Are EVERYTHING (part 1)
Between the fresh-pressed-and-fluffy sheets, the heaps of pillows a skydiver might prefer over a parachute, and the acres of space to do with what you please, wouldn’t you sleep in hotel beds every night if you could?
Hotels With History — Vol. 2
A hotel’s past lives, full of ups and downs and tales of reinvention that perhaps latently remind us of ourselves (works in progress), have a deep sense of humanity about them. It’s the idea that we can inhabit these past lives for a night that draws us in, that connects us.
Get Rewarded for Redeeming
Redeeming all your hard-earned points can be bittersweet. On the one hand, you get a free night. (Wahoo!) On the […]
Night at the Museum: Great Art at Independent Hotels
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” —Edgar Degas
And independent hoteliers—the folks you ask where to go to take in local culture and where to wash it down at the end of the day—know this sentiment well. After all, part of the artistry of professional hospitality lives in the ability to liaise between guests and their environment—to show them something.
Why Points Matter: A business traveler’s point of view
Frequent business travelers occupy nearly fifty percent of all U.S. hotel rooms on any given night. I once pulled my […]
Hotel Gyms That Raise the Bar
They say going to the gym is the new happy hour. And hoteliers are keen to keep up. Those uninspiring, windowless rooms with milk crates full of rubbery turquoise dumbbells and cheap plastic ab rollers remind us of a time when Cindy Crawford did Pepsi ads and “Eye of the Tiger” was not only a great song to do push-ups to, but also on the Billboard Top 10 list. Yep, we’ve come a long way.