3 new services that bring hotel amenities to travelers not in hotels

The new york times

Home sharing services like Airbnb can be great money savers. But the greatest money savers tend to require skipping common hotel amenities like fitness centers, spas, pools and room service. Now, naturally, there’s an app for that. Make that apps, plural, including the following new ones that offer non-hotel guests access to hotel services.

Published on nytimes.com|25/06/2018 I Direct link

Dayuse offers users the opportunity to book hotels during daylight hours, usually with the provision that day users arrive after 9 a.m. and check out in the late afternoon. With over 4,000 hotel listings in 24 countries, the service touts itself as a place to check-in before your accommodations allow — with particular appeal to jet-lagged fliers — and a way to gain access to hotel pools, gyms, spas and meeting space. The app is free, and available for the iPhone and Google Android devices.

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