DayAway, a company that connects customers with hotel facilities for the day, has arrived in Australia.
DayAway founder Martha Waslen said the idea came from seeing resources going unused.
“My family often walked the grounds of our favourite hotels in Singapore, and I noticed all these beautiful pools, gyms, restaurants and bars were empty.
“Hotels have been trying to increase revenue generated by this kind of ancillary inventory for nearly a decade but either lacked the technology to sell these spaces effectively or the marketing channels to engage with the local community.
“DayAway allows hotels to add to and diversify their revenues by allowing guests to enjoy particular areas of their properties and enable them to be fully utilised.”
In Australia, there are currently four hotels signed up to DayAway: Park Hyatt Sydney, The Langham Sydney, Jackalope Mornington Peninsula and COMO The Treasury Perth.
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