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You Can Book Hotel Daycations Without A Credit Card Via This New Platform; Last-Minute Cancellations Allowed Lest Your Plans Change

Going on a daycation may be the mini break you need, whether you still WFH or not.

You Can Book Hotel Daycations Without A Credit Card Via This New Platform; Last-Minute Cancellations Allowed Lest Your Plans Change

One of the many things that the pandemic has taught us is the importance of taking a break from work, even if you’re not leaving the country for a holiday. Even one day off could provide a reset and refresh you never knew you needed, whether you’re working from home or the office or doing a hybrid of both.

But if you truly want a mini escape from life without having to pack or bring your passport, there’s the option of booking a hotel for a few hours to unwind. Get your mind out of the gutter — we’re referring to booking a daycation at one of the over 100 hotels available on Dayuse.

The platform lets you book a room for a few hours a day any time from 6am to 11pm — at a fraction of the cost of an overnight stay, of course — so you can luxuriate in the hotel experience and enjoy the room and amenities at the hotel.

Guests can also book a room without a credit card and cancel for free up to the very last minute, lest you have an urgent meeting cropping up at the eleventh hour.

What it’s like to go on a daycation

Not gonna lie, we were initially skeptical about the idea of a daycation. Why leave the house to chill when we can do it at home? But there was something rejuvenating about heading to a hotel, using the facilities, chilling by the pool — and not even having to pack a toothbrush. A major plus, if like us, you hate packing for trips.

Our daycation was at Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, which is a pet-friendly hotel, so our pooch could join in the fun too (pet surcharges apply).

Our daycation was booked from 9am to 7pm, which was more than enough time for us to unhurriedly explore our lush and serene surrounds, go for a dip in the pool and in-room jacuzzi, order room service for lunch, and even get some work done. A very efficient way to veritably indulge and recharge for the day, if you ask us. Think of this as the power nap of hotel getaways. We went home feeling like we’d taken a mini holiday — in fact, we felt more refreshed than after some weekend vacays.

More info about Dayuse here.
Photos: Dayuse Singapore, Jasmine Teo

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