Banyan Tree checks into extended stay space

In light of the rising remote work trend and evolving travel patterns, Banyan Tree Group has rolled out a new extended stay product across multiple destinations.

Dubbed Habitat, the new offering enables guests to enjoy long-term stays at properties in more than 30 destinations across the globe under the group’s house of brands: Banyan Tree, Angsana and Cassia.

Angsana Lang Co resort, located in Central Vietnam, is among Banyan Tree’s properties offering extended stay

With greater flexibility and the possibility of experiencing multiple destinations with a single pass, Habitat aims to offer a new way of living, working and travelling for seasonal travellers, families and remote workers.

With a Habitat Pass, guests can book their stays in ‘units’ of seven nights, with the choice to hop from one property to another within the same brands in different locations. In addition, savings increase up to 60 per cent with each additional unit purchased, where each unit can be redeemed at a different property during the period of their stay.

Each pass is valid for 12 months and guests may book up to four units per brand, ranging from seven to 28 nights’ stay, with the flexibility to redeem each unit at a different time.

Pass holders are also given credits of up to US$700 based on the number of units purchased, which can be used across multiple inclusions, including F&B, spa, wellness activities, and airport transfers. Other inclusions are free breakfast and Wi-Fi, alongside 24-hour fitness centres in most properties.

Domestic travellers can choose from nine Banyan Tree hotels in China and four in Thailand. When international travel reopens, guests may travel to properties across China, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Maldives, Mexico, Morocco, Thailand and Vietnam.

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