Industry-leading HotelsByDay™

As part of the Hospitality Innovated Group with a growing consumer facing business, HotelsByDay has developed the dayuse hotel business model in the US, while garnering widespread acclaim in the press, launching in 30 cities in just 8 months and partnering with major hotel groups. HotelsByDay has a millennial, Generation-X focus with high-income demographics and an upscale, savvy, chic brand which Millennials relate to. The business model revolutionizes the dayuse hotel.

HotelsByDay exclusively unlocks day-time utilization of hotel resources.

Benefits for Hotels in joining HotelsByDay:

–          Boost RevPAR & ADR
–          Low Customer Acquisition Rates
–          Boost Ancillaries
–          Great Exposure
–          0% overnight displacement

Pls see our 9 minutes tutorial on our model by clicking here:

There are few innovations that benefit both consumers and corporations, but the dayuse hotel model is doing just that. HotelsByDay appeals to many demographics but has garnered the most traction from upper-middle class travelers. By selling off unused hotel room hours, hotels are able to turn what was once downtime into a profitable service. Our hotel partners span the economic range, from large hotel chains to smaller owner-operator boutiques. Since our service is offered through our website, every hotel benefits from having a small competition pool of which the savvy traveler has to choose from. We distinguish each hotel with a write-up that features their best amenities and hot local tourist attractions.

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Yannis Moati

Founder at HotelsByDay
Yannis has a rich background of 15 years in travel, from guiding tours in Europe at a young age, to co-founding an exotic travel agency, and then directing a New York-based global tour operator company. Throughout his professional life, for both his clients and personal travels, Yannis had to always pull strings to get a more personalized hotel check-in or check-out times. Frustration turned to illumination, witnessing first-hand the important customer behavioral shifts of the ‘on-demand’ economy: something could be done in boosting hotel revenues by selling uncommitted inventory by day.

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