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Hotels are more open to trying new ideas as they recover financially post-pandemic.
ResortPass announces Michael Wolf as CEO and celebrity-backed $26 million series B funding.
As hotels and resorts continue to look for ways to lure leisure and local travelers amid the pandemic, the passes have gained new relevance.
Ever crave for a day at a hotel pool, even if a far-flung vacation isn't in the cards? (Yes, of course — everyonedoes!) Then you need to know about ResortPass.
From cozy nights at home to a getaway at a hotel in your own city, there are plenty of ways to escape your daily routine without venturing too far from home.
How to have a real vacation in a single afternoon? Purchase day-pass access to one of these pools, from Nashville to Beverly Hills.
Summer is around the corner, and whether your plans include hitting the road or perfecting the art of the staycation, you’ll likely be in need of a swimming pool at some point.
L.A. is chock-full of phenomenal pools, spectacular spas and supercool five-star hotels just waiting for us to explore. Now there’s a way to do that without spending $500 a night.
ResortPass, the booking platform that provides travelers with daytime access to hotel and resort amenities, has branched into several Caribbean and Mexico markets.
Santa Monica-based online booking platform ResortPass (#71) was named the 10th fastest-growing marketplace startup across all sectors.
The Santa Monica-based company, ResortPass, is at the center of an emerging daycation trend sweeping the hospitality industry.
The gold standard in hotel and resort guest day passes enters 2020 with the momentum of expanded partnerships, investment rounds, and record sales performance.
Have you ever desired the perks of a relaxing vacation without the hassle of booking an overnight stay at a resort or hotel?
ResortPass is a technology company that focuses exclusively on the hospitality industry. The online platform sells day passes to hotels.
Amanda Szabo, founder and chief executive officer of ResortPass, said the passes are most popular with locals looking for a quick getaway.