DayAway names Aussie partners for luxury community based membership

DayAway names Aussie partners for luxury community based membership
Edited by Travel Weekly


    After successfully launching the unique luxury travel platform DayAway in Singapore in 2021, Martha Waslen, founder and CEO, has now expanded the membership to Australia.

    In recent months, DayAway has launched as an exclusive membership platform in Singapore including founding members of DayAway such as prestigious Raffles Singapore and  The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore.

    DayAway is now delighted to introduce its latest membership to Sydney, Australia with five luxury partners who all have a special offerings for DayAway.

    Capella Sydney

    These partners offer locals and travellers a chance to enjoy a luxury experience for a day at iconic luxury Sydney and NSW regional destinations – including a Wellness Experience at Capella Sydney’s Auriga Spa; a chef-designed tasting menu and prime table overlooking Sydney’s Bondi Beach at Icebergs Dining Room and Bar; a guided experience of the latest exhibitions at leading contemporary art gallery, Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert; a day trip to the Blue Mountains to unwind at Spicers Sangoma Retreat including a spa treatment and fine-dining desgustation at award-winning Restaurant Amara; and a private poolside cabana for the day with a spa treatment followed by dinner at Rick Stein at Bannnisters in Mollymook.

    As with the Singapore DayAway membership, DayAway is offering all new Australian memberships an exclusive annual joining fee of USD$100 (AUD $150).

    The DayAway membership may be used to access luxury experiences and exclusive inclusions and invitations, at some of the most prestigious and iconic hotels, restaurants, galleries and spas.

    “We’re thrilled to introduce our new digital membership to our friends in Sydney, centralising the finest city experiences, events, and VIP privileges into one app”, shares Martha Waslen, founder and CEO of DayAway. “Our goal is to provide access and convenience to our members, as well as a sense of belonging and inclusion for our community. Whether they’re using their membership at home or when travelling abroad, DayAway is their key to unlocking extraordinary experiences, connections and life-long memories.”

     

    Email the Travel Weekly team at traveldesk@travelweekly.com.au

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