By The Nation
The website is operated by Travel Ads Network (Thailand).
Every daycation booked on DailyPass.com comes with a voucher that offers a discount on food and drinks based on how much is spent.
Participating Marriott properties include Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers, W Hotel, Plaza Athenee, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Marriott Marquis and Marriott Surawongse.
Since the Thai tourism industry is suffering from the lack of foreign travellers, many companies are looking at domestic alternatives.
Chris Secher, co-founder and CEO of Travel Ads Network (Thailand), said this link-up will allow local people a chance to experience the luxury offered by Marriott hotels.
“We focus on day guests for our hotels and we are the first to do so in Asia. It’s a great way for locals to enjoy some time at the hotel and offer support while we wait for international tourism to gradually restart,” Secher said.
DailyPass is linked to more than 300 hotels and resorts in Bangkok, Pattaya and Hua Hin, with more cities to be added later this year.