DayAway, the platform for booking hotels by the day, has signed on Park Hyatt Sydney, The Langham, Sydney, Jackalope Mornington Peninsula, and COMO The Treasury Perth as partners, paving its way into Australia.
Lynne Ireland, the Sydney-based chief commercial officer of DayAway said: “We are thrilled to welcome these superb Australian properties to DayAway, and know the market will embrace the immediacy of booking, the diversity of day experiences and gifting opportunities within our collection in Australia and internationally.”
DayAway brings a fresh perspective to traditional ways of experiencing hotels, and provides a B2B2C solution for the global hospitality industry by optimising and monetising their underutilised ancillary spaces. It is powered by innovative SaaS technology and incorporates eye-catching content and design to showcase curated daytime experiences to its engaged audience.
Founder and CEO of DayAway, Martha Waslen, said: “DayAway has strong appeal for guests who may already frequent the hotels as overnight guests and like the idea of a special daytime experience; it’s also attractive for new and next-generation customers.”
For the four new hotel partners, their DayAway Experiences range from dining options for lunch and afternoon tea, spa and facial treatments, wine tasting, and even a daytime room stay package.
DayAway’s expansion to international markets will continue to the UAE, the UK and the US later in 2022.