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Overview

Stash Hotel Rewards
The Stash Hotel Rewards program benefits both business and leisure travelers who prefer to stay in boutique hotels when visiting destinations throughout the United States, such as California and coastal cities in the Northeast (like New York City). The Stash Hotel Rewards network includes nearly 150 independently owned hotels across the U.S., Central America, Canada and the Caribbean. By frequenting hotels associated with the Stash Hotel Rewards program, you can accrue Stash Points that can be used to cover the cost of future stays at any Stash-affiliated hotel. You can earn additional points when you make purchases with a Stash Hotel Rewards Visa Card.

Pros & Cons

  • Independently owned properties offer more unique atmospheres than brand-name hotels
  • No blackout dates
  • Members can earn points at partner hotels and at 400,000 non-partner hotels
  • Points can only be redeemed for free stays at partner hotels
  • You can only earn Stash Points on up to two rooms at any given time
  • You cannot earn points for stays reserved through third-party booking sites
2.73

Overall

Scorecard

  • Property Diversity
    4.0
  • Geographic Coverage
    1.5
  • Ease of Earning Free Night
    3.0
  • Additional Benefits
    3.0
  • No. of Hotels
    100 - 499

Rankings

Stash Hotel Rewards is ranked No. 13 in the Best Hotel Rewards Programs. U.S. News evaluated 16 loyalty programs associated with major hotel brands across several indicators of excellence. Read more about how we rank rewards.

Stash Hotel Rewards is ranked as:

Points

Members of the Stash Hotel Rewards program can earn and use points at any Stash-affiliated hotel. There are nearly 150 properties in the United States – as well as a few hotels in the Caribbean, Central America and Canada – that honor Stash rewards.

Points Do Not Expire

Can Earn Points On:

  • Credit Card
  • Hotel Stays

Can Use Points On:

  • Booking Hotels
See details about how to earn and use points

Membership Levels

The Stash Hotel Rewards program is not separated into different levels. All Stash members receive the same benefits.

See details about how membership works

The Fine Print

  • Stash Points are only valid for free nights at participating hotels. They cannot be redeemed for additional expenses, such as dining or spa treatments.
  • If you cancel a reward reservation, you may be subject to cancellation or penalty fees depending on the policy of the partner hotel. Unless the hotel imposes a cancellation fee, all Stash Points used for the booking will automatically be refunded and returned to your account. 
  • If a hotel ceases to be a participant in the Stash Hotel Rewards program (after you made your reservation), you may still be able to receive points for your stay if you send a copy of your confirmation email to the program's Member Support team.
  • Your accrued Stash points will never expire.

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