DailyPass has actually revealed a collaboration with Marriott in an effort to drive consumers to high-end hotels in Bangkok for non-overnight stays.
The collaboration enables DailyPass consumers to get full-day access to the pool and other centers, without reserving a space.
When reserving on DailyPass.com, every pass consists of a coupon that provides discount rates on food and beverages. Taking part Marriott residential or commercial properties consist of Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & & Towers, W Hotel, Plaza Athenee, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Marriott Marquis and Marriott Surawongse.
” DailyPass is devoted to offering consumers a safe and peaceful method to loosen up and de-stress, unwind at a pool while taking pleasure in beverages and food,” stated Chris Secher, co-founder and president of Travel Advertisements Network Thailand, the operator of DailyPass.
” Marriott hotels supply the best match of high-end and service for our consumers and we are delighted to assist drive earnings there from what in typical scenarios is currently an under-utilised channel.”
Partner hotels follow standards from the Tourist Authority of Thailand on boosted screening, cleansing and social distancing.
Unlike hotel reservation sites, DailyPass does not use space reservations.
” We concentrate on day visitors for our hotels and we were the very first to do so in Asia,” Mr Secher stated.
” It’s an excellent method for residents to both delight in a long time outdoors at the hotel swimming pool and to support regional hotels while we await global tourist to slowly reboot.”
DailyPass is readily available at over 300 hotels and resorts in Bangkok, Pattaya and Hua Hin, with more cities anticipated to be included throughout Thailand later on this year.