Greystone Hotels Expands Partnership with Stash Hotel Rewards

Adds Empress Hotel to Build on Success with Groups and Meetings

. September 04, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO - September 4, 2013 - Greystone Hotels announced today that it has expanded its partnership with Stash Hotel Rewards by adding Empress Hotel La Jolla to the largest point-based rewards program in the U.S. With this addition, Greystone Hotels grows its Stash Rewards footprint to 7 hotels in California, from San Francisco to San Diego.

“We appreciate being part of a loyalty program that not only allows us to reward our best guests, but also helps bring value back into each of our hotels,” said Jennifer Langham, SVP of Sales and Marketing for Greystone. “We've won valuable meetings and events business by using Stash to incent business travelers and travel planners - a very competitive segment of the hospitality industry.

Greystone's success using points in group negotiations was a key driver in its decision to add Empress Hotel to the Stash program.

About Greystone Hotels Greystone Hotels is a leading hotel owner and hospitality management company on the West Coast with properties in Oregon and California. Greystone Hotels is proud to be affiliated with 4 distinguished collections of hotels worldwide: Marriot International, Best Western International, Luxe Worldwide Hotels and Stash Hotel Rewards. With a collection that includes three branded hotels and seven non-branded independent hotels, each hotel offers guests great value, thoughtful amenities, and a comfortable, relaxing environment. Greystone Hotels management team is dedicated to providing exceptional guest experiences and eco-friendly hospitality to discerning business and leisure travelers, which is reflected within each of its unique West Coast hotel properties.

Media Contact:

Jeff Pecor
T: 802.497.1932
E: jeff@tailwindpr.com

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