Stein Eriksen Lodge Partners with Lincoln Motor Company

Stein Collection Announces Spring & Summer Lodging Packages

Stein Eriksen Lodge, the only Forbes Five-Star hotel and spa in the state of Utah, is pleased to again name Lincoln Motor Company as their designated auto partner for a second consecutive year. The Lodge will host a fleet of the luxury brand’s most prominent vehicles to assist with guests’ travel needs throughout their stay and provide exclusive opportunities to get behind the wheel of a Lincoln Navigator. 

“We are thrilled to name Lincoln Motor Company as the official vehicle of Stein Eriksen Lodge to provide sleek, luxurious transportation to our guests,” said Russ Olsen, CEO of Stein Collection. “We feel the unique brand and unparalleled commitment to loyal Lincoln owners are a perfect fit for the guest service standards we uphold at all of our Stein Collection properties.” 

Lincoln Motor Company vehicles and trained drivers will transport our lodging guests in and around Park City and surrounding areas. Exclusive Lincoln test drive experiences will also be available to guests while staying at a Stein Collection properties. The two luxury entities will also collaborate on marketing, branding, and social media opportunities to build awareness to their respective audiences. 

Additionally, Lincoln VIPs can take advantage of exclusive benefits at Stein Eriksen Lodge including special rates on accommodations and onsite amenities, preferred dining reservations, special access to events when available, and access to Stein Eriksen Lodge concierge staff for the duration of their stay.

For more information about the Stein Eriksen Lodge auto partnership with Lincoln Motor Company, please contact Guy Morris at (435) 615-0867 or gmorris@steinlodge.com. Additional information about Stein Eriksen Lodge is available at www.SteinLodge.com.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.