New Red Lion opens in Ontario, Ore.

RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) opened a newly converted property, the Red Lion Inn & Suites in Ontario, Ore. This hotel opening is a continuation of the company’s commitment to increase its presence throughout the country.

The Ontario property has 62 rooms, an indoor pool, whirlpool, business and fitness center, complimentary continental breakfast and guest laundry services. Additionally, guests enrolled in the RLHC loyalty program, Hello Rewards, can access additional perks ranging from the ability to connect with hotel staff in real time, redeem free stays, receive complimentary offerings and more.

“The Red Lion Inn & Suites brand prides itself on providing the on-the-go traveler with the essentials needed to experience destinations with ease and comfort,” said Roger Bloss, EVP and president of global development for RLHC. “We believe that the Red Lion Inn & Suites Ontario will be a preferred option for visitors seeking an authentic and truly local stay.”

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Located at 266 Goodfellow Street, the Red Lion Inn & Suites is three miles from the Ontario Municipal Airport. Some of Ontario's biggest attractions are located near the property, such as the Four Rivers Cultural Center and Museum, Payette County Historical Society and the Oregon Trail Museum. Additionally, the property is situated near Eastern Oregon University Ontario and Treasure Valley Community College.

The hotel also offers bike rentals, high-speed internet and a nearby jogging trail. The property is also pet friendly.

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