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Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort Partners with Stash Hotel Rewards

Thursday, January 16, 2014
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Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort, located in the heart of Washington’s Cascade Mountains, announced today that it has partnered with Stash Hotel Rewards, the nation’s largest point-based rewards program for independent hotels. As a result of this new partnership, Stash members are now able to earn and redeem points at Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort, the only resort in Washington state to receive the B Corporation certification in recognition of its commitment to social sustainability and environmental performance standards.

“The Sleeping Lady has become a popular destination for travelers who appreciate an organic approach, and who look to immerse themselves in their surroundings,” said Lori Vandenbrink, Director of Sales and Marketing at Sleeping Lady. “We have created a unique resort experience that incorporates nature, the arts, healthy dining, and a strong commitment to the environment. Our guests return year after year for this experience – so by partnering with Stash, we now have a way to reward them for their loyalty.”

Guest rooms at Sleeping Lady are arranged in clusters made up of 6-10 private rooms. There are six unique clusters, each named for a nearby natural feature: Cottonwood, Rock, Pond, Meadow, Fountain, and Forest. Two stand-alone cabins, the Rookery and Eyrie, offer a more private setting for special occasions. Additional amenities include The Play Barn indoor recreation center, a 2-acre organic community garden, Aspen Leaf Spa, Kingfisher Restaurant and Wine Bar, and a self-guided art walk featuring regional artists.

“Sleeping Lady captures the nature plus culture combination that makes a trip to the Washington Cascades so rewarding,” said Jeff Low, Founder and CEO of Stash Hotel Rewards. “You can soak in an outdoor hot pool looking up at the mountains, and enjoy the famous local wines, dining and art.”

Travelers interested in earning points at Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort can join Stash for free at www.stashrewards.com. Stash members earn five points for each dollar spent on eligible room rates and can redeem them at nearly 200 unique independent hotels across the U.S. Stash points never expire, and redemption is simple, without blackout dates or category restrictions found in many chain programs. Stash partner hotels also provide members with access to exclusive travel deals.

About Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort
Harriet Bullitt started Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort in 1995 to protect the natural beauty of a property near her Leavenworth home. Prior to her purchase, the site had been used as a base by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the 1930s, as a dude ranch and as a Camp for the Catholic Youth Organization. In 1991, Bullitt purchased all 67 acres to preserve the land and redeveloped the property into a mountain resort and retreat which embraced the site’s natural setting for visitors seeking an experience off the beaten path. Rates start at about $215 based on double occupancy, and include a gourmet dinner and hearty breakfast. A portion of Sleeping Lady’s profits benefit the Icicle Fund which supports the environment, arts and history of the Wenatchee River watershed and neighboring landscapes. For reservations and more information, call 1-800-574-2123 or visit www.sleepinglady.com.

About Stash Hotel Rewards
Stash Hotel Rewards frees travelers from the uninspired offerings of existing hotel reward programs by making it easy to break free from big, bland hotel chains and stay at amazing hotels. Stash was founded on a belief in the happiness-producing power of traveling to places that convey a unique and interesting story. It’s a belief that is shared with the independent hoteliers and the independently-minded travelers the company was created to serve. Launched in May 2010, Stash was founded by a team of travel and e-commerce veterans from Expedia, Amazon, Microsoft, and Zillow. Stash is headquartered in Palo Alto with offices in Seattle and Miami. Travelers can easily sign up for a free account at www.stashrewards.com.

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