Best Day Pass at Spas and Hotels
What are Day Passes?
A demand that continues to grow in the Canary Islands, Balearic Islands and Spanish coasts.
The best of 2 worlds...
Enjoy the best of hotels without staying in them!
Day Passes are your opportunity to enjoy the best Hotel and Spa facilities at a much lower price than a hotel stay.
Just like that, the day pass allows you to have access to a series of infrastructures and services that may or may not include breakfast, brunch or lunch as well as spa services, without forgetting access to the swimming pool and relaxation areas of the hotel.
From Lolipass we recommend you to think carefully about the type of experiences you are looking for before making your purchase. There are many types of daypasses and if this is the first time you are going to hire this type of service, you may want to read more about the different types of Day Passes.
Tip: We know that the purchase of a day pass is sometimes impulsive and that is why we want to remind you to take a good look at what you are buying, to know the schedule of your day pass, what is included in terms of food and beverages and also which services you will have at your disposal and which are not. Have fun!
Day Pass in Hotels and Spas
The Best Plans at the Best Hotels in the World…. at the Best Price!
With Swimming Pool
With Balinese Bed
Day Pass for Residents
In Spain, most of the Day Pass offer in Hotels (All Inclusive and other regimes) is concentrated in the Islands, both Canary and Balearic. It makes sense, since the hotel offer and the good climate of both archipelagos invite their residents to enjoy the benefits of tourism to rest.
Thus, many hotels offer Day Passes for both Visitors and Residents. However, look carefully at the offer you are interested in and check if there is a special price for residents. As of today, there are not many special offers for residents, but they are growing and there are more every day.
These resident Day Pass discounts usually occur at times of the season when hotels are somewhat less busy. For example, between April and June in the case of the Canary Islands and in May, June and September and even October in the case of the Balearic Islands.