Red Lion opens newest California hotel

RLHC Susanville

RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) opened the Red Lion Inn & Suites Susanville. The property has been updated following a three-month renovation.

"We are pleased with how quickly the conversion of Red Lion Inn & Suites Susanville came to fruition," said Bill Ellena of Triple E Investments. "The property upgrades as well as the addition of the RevPak system and Hello Rewards guest recognition program will help propel this hotel to new levels."

The hotel has 66 guestrooms and 400 square feet of meeting space as well as an outdoor pool, spa and fitness center. Guest amenities now include complimentary breakfast, a 24-hour business center and pet-friendly rooms. Electric car charging stations are also available for guests to utilize during their overnight stay.

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"Northern California continues to be a stronghold for RLHC," said RLHC CFO Brian Quinn. "Whether you’re in the area for business or leisure, Red Lion Inn & Suites Susanville is a central location to begin or end your evening."

Susanville is located on Highway 395, the main thoroughfare 90 minutes northwest of Reno. The area is a destination for outdoor recreation and water sports, with numerous lakes, three national forests and Lassen Volcanic National Park nearby.

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