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Inspirato Becomes the First Completely Subscription-Based Luxury Travel Company Through the Latest Launch of Inspirato Pass and a Shift to Its Classic Club Model

USA, Denver, Colorado. August 31, 2020

Inspirato, the leading luxury hospitality company that manages, staffs, and maintains an exclusive collection of branded luxury vacation homes, has become the first-ever subscription-based luxury travel company. The shift occurs just one year after the 10-year-old company launched Inspirato Pass, the first travel subscription service, which revolutionized how people travel. Now the company has simplified joining the Inspirato Club and added new flexibility through the new and improved Inspirato Pass.

After years of requiring an initiation fee and annual dues for membership to the Inspirato Club, now discerning travelers can join for $600 per month, plus a $600 enrollment fee, and cancel at any time. New members will enjoy all existing benefits including access to the Inspirato Collection of exclusive vacation homes, premier hotel and resort partners, and unique travel experiences by paying nightly rates when they travel. They also receive expert pre-trip planning, partner privileges and discounts, access to private events, and weekly promotional offers.

One year after it launched, Inspirato Pass has added exciting new enhancements while maintaining a monthly subscription fee of $2,500. Subscribers will still enjoy luxury travel with no nightly rates, taxes, or fees by choosing trips from a list of more than 150,000 options including vacation homes, premium hotels and resorts, and unique travel experiences-now with these added features:

  • The list now includes trips with check-in dates in as early as two days away, allowing for quick getaways.
  • There is no long-term commitment, subscribers can now cancel at any time after paying a $2,500 enrollment fee.
  • Subscribers will now receive a complimentary membership to the Inspirato Club, providing additional booking privileges within the Collection, paying nightly rates as they go.

"As we've evolved, we've had the opportunity to learn, and the transition to become a subscription-based company addresses the current demand for easy to book vacations," said Brent Handler, Founder and CEO of Inspirato. "Recognizing the increased demand for subscription-based services - from entertainment, to fitness, or weekly groceries, we launched Inspirato Pass last year as the travel industry's answer to nearly endless holidays. Our intention has always been for members to be able to prioritize their vacations without any hassle, and this new model enhances that."

In addition, contrary to other popular home-sharing platforms, members travel with confidence knowing that every vacation will meet their high expectations. The company recently formed The Inspirato Clean Vacation Commitment, establishing more stringent cleaning protocols for all Inspirato homes, and offering no contact check-ins if preferred by the member. Plus, as always, its service teams take care of everything from pre-trip planning to on-site concierge services, giving members peace of mind when they travel.

To learn more about Inspirato, visit https://www.inspirato.com/.


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