Magnolia Hotel Houston Partners with Stash Hotel Rewards
Thursday June 20th, 2013 - 10:03AM A
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HOUSTON—Magnolia Hotel Houston has partnered with Stash Hotel Rewards, a national point-based loyalty program, in which Stash members are now able to earn and redeem points at Magnolia Hotel Houston.
“The Magnolia Hotel Houston has a rooftop pool with killer views of the city against the Texas sky, a billiards room-turned-lounge—and a milk and cookie bar at bedtime,” said Jennifer Kasprzak, director of sales and marketing at Magnolia Hotel Houston. “It’s ultra-sophisticated, the design is inventive, and it offers guests an intensely comfortable hotel experience.”
“Our typical guests tend to be independent, frequent travelers that enjoy staying at one-of-a-kind boutique hotels, but also want the benefits of being part of a rewards program,” added Kasprzak. “By partnering with Stash, we are now able to honor our most loyal guests, while also giving them an incentive to stay at other independent hotels across the country that offer similar comforts and amenities that are available here at the Magnolia Hotel Houston.”
Originally home to the Houston Post-Dispatch newspaper, Magnolia Hotel Houston underwent a full restoration to preserve the history of the building, while also incorporating modern upgrades, including a newly redesigned ballroom and recently renovated presidential suites. Centrally located in the Houston business district, the hotel caters to independent business travelers as it offers a complementary town car service, a 24-hour business center, and a nightly cocktail reception.
With Stash, members earn five points for each dollar spent on eligible room rates and points never expire, according to the company.
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