“The LuxePass” allows people to book luxury hotel amenities like the swimming pool, gym, spa & salon for a few hours to a whole day, without booking a room or having costly hotel memberships.
A relatively new day-to-day lifestyle app, “The LuxePass” allows people to book luxury hotel amenities like the swimming pool, gym, spa & salon for a few hours to a whole day, without booking a room or having costly hotel memberships. It is the brainchild of Delhi-based entrepreneur Yash Malik, and is soon likely to become the most favourite trend in the country.
With a website and mobile app for iOS and Android, The LuxePass has exclusive discounted day packages suitable for everyone, looking for a daily luxury experience or a ‘daycation’ for themselves or with family and friends. This innovative concept is here to make life easier for people who hardly get time for themselves in their day-to-day monotonous lives.
After rigorously working on the idea for six months with a team of professionals across tech, sales, and marketing backgrounds, The LuxePass launched in June 2019. Currently associated with 20 hotels across Delhi-NCR and Mumbai, with some of the finest hotels like Hyatt Regency, Taj, Vivanta, Sofitel, Le Meridien, Roseate House etc. and is showing tremendous potential in becoming one of the most preferred online trending portals among all age groups. In the interest of spreading the awareness about their core concept “Affordable Luxury”, the portal is meticulously designed to make it both ‘luxe’ and user-friendly.
Keeping in mind the wellness and wellbeing of people, the app has been developed to allow people to break away from the daily humdrum and spend some quality time in a safe and hygienic environment. A boon for women, this app enables them to have a girls’ day out with their girl gangs without a worry about their safety and security. Besides, the portal is going to become a saviour for various types of people like the working class, transit travellers, airport layover passengers and travellers staying at other hotels with no luxurious amenities.