ResortPass Expands to Caribbean and Mexico; Adds Nine Hotels

SLS Baha Mar
SLS Baha Mar, one of the new members of ResortPass

ResortPass, a hotel booking platform that provides travelers day passes for use of luxury hotel amenities without the commitment of an overnight stay, has made its international debut. Created in 2016, ResortPass is currently in over 70 U.S. cities, and has now expanded into the Caribbean and Mexican markets. ResortPass says it's ideal for those who want the opportunity to experience multiple resorts during their trip or for those who want to experience resort amenities while staying in a vacation rental. 

ResortPass prices start around $25 for access to pools, hot tubs, the beach, spas, fitness centers, the property’s Wi-Fi and more. Top-tier day passes range up to $150 or more for private cabanas, which often include food and drink services. Each partner offers various packages created by hotels and resorts themselves. Higher-tiered passes can include cabanas with TVs and lounge chairs, cocktails, personal servers and more.

With this expansion, ResortPass now has luxury resort partnerships in the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Saint KittsSint MaartenJamaica, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Los Cabos. Current resort partners within these regions include SLS Baha Mar, Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan, Park Hyatt St. Kitts, Dreams Dominicus La Romana, Zoetry Montego Bay Jamaica, Sheraton Bijao Beach Resort and Sonesta Maho Beach Resort, Casino & Spa in the Caribbean and Thompson Beach House, Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa and Viceroy Los Cabos in Mexico.


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