Crucially, DayBreakHotels have forged their success on the back of operating in a rather niche market, working alongside hotels to sell unused rooms for day-time bookings. Following their success in the SME 100 programme, we spoke with the company’s Digital Marketing Manager, Monica Bermudo, to find out more about their services.
DayBreakHotels has capitalised on one of those rare original ideas that just make sense in a market that is so eager for revitalisation and novelty. Working in partnership with hotels around the world through their various subsidiaries, the company has become a key tool for travellers who want to save money without sacrificing quality, as Monica explains in more detail.
“We sell rooms at reduced rates, which also means guests can experience top hotels without paying full price for an overnight stay. Ultimately, we help hotels make extra revenue from their existing assets by offering a new way for guests to book rooms, spa access, breakfast, meeting rooms, and other hotel amenities. We also specialise in tech: our slick website and app allow guests to quickly book day use hotel rooms around the world, whether they’re after a beautiful setting to chill out with friends, or somewhere to rest up during a business trip.”
More than that, DayBreakHotels have ensured, crucially, that they remain accessible and entirely client-centric. Everything, from their app to the global network of hotels, has been curated to offer an easy-to-use and seamless user experience. “Not only do we make top hotels more affordable, we’re also there for the convenience of travellers who only need somewhere to rest up for a few hours at a time. We’re partnered with over 3500 hotels globally, which means we are widely available wherever and whenever guests want to make use of a service like ours. Our hotels also range from budget and chain hotels nearby transport hubs like train stations and airports, to five-star boutiques with spas. We cater to everybody.”
When it comes to the future, DayBreakHotels are working on continuing their current success, with substantial efforts being made to expand their network into new markets and regions. “We will continue to grow our network, adding more hotels in our current cities and growing into some new cities, too. World domination is our goal! At the end of the day, we strongly encourage people to use a service like ours to make use of the hotels on their doorstep, and experience what they have to offer.
The hotel industry is a great one and we want it to continue to thrive. We hope that by making hotels more accessible, we’re contributing to its long-term success.”