King's Daughters Inn joins Stash loyalty programme

George Sell By George Sell
11 March 2015 | Updated 11 March 2015

US: The King's Daughters Inn, a boutique hotel in Durham, North Carolina, has partnered with Stash Hotel Rewards.

US: The King's Daughters Inn, a boutique hotel in Durham, North Carolina, has partnered with Stash Hotel Rewards.

Built in the 1920s with funds donated by the Duke family, The King's Daughters Home once provided dormitory-style housing for single, elderly women until closing its doors in 2006. After a two-year renovation it reopened as a 17-room boutique hotel.

The property's owner Deanna Crossman said: "As one of the newer hotels in Durham, we're still building awareness among frequent travellers coming to the area. Being able to offer a points programme like Stash will not only help us attract those 'road-warriors' but also keep them coming back time and time again."

"The King's Daughters Inn is an intelligent redesign of a historic property, and the result is a high-end hotel with character you can't find anywhere else in town," said Jeff Low, founder and CEO of Stash Hotel Rewards. "You can have your own private sunroom, Nutella-stuffed French toast for breakfast, and iPads to use anywhere in the hotel-and Duke University's campus is right across the street."

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