Dayuse.com's platform successfully connects hotels with a wide range of modern guests: travelers looking to relax after an exhausting flight or extended layover, business professionals in need of the ideal environment for a meeting, or any guest willing to indulge in a luxury “daycation”.
70% of the hotel rooms are empty during the day. By optimizing unused inventory, Dayuse helps hotels to sell their rooms twice a day.
Leader in daytime reservations, Dayuse’s service is currently available in 22 countries and over 100 cities. More than 6,000 hotel partners already trust us. Located near airports, central stations, business districts and hip neighborhood, Dayuse’s service is available in boutique hotels as well as in 5 star hotels. Daytime prices are up to 75% less expensive than overnight rates.
By opening hotel doors to a new local clientele, Dayuse.com enables hoteliers to generate incremental revenue and improve their bottom line. The company is growing rapidly since January 2016 after raising €15 million in Series A Funding.
Today, Dayuse.com is considered a game changer in current hospitality challenges.
About the founders/CEO:
David started his career in 2005 with the Accor group and Starwood Hotels and Resorts, where he quickly rose through the ranks. He then joined the Costes group as Sales and Marketing Director before moving on to become General Manager of the Hôtel Amour in 2008. His experience allowed him to spot a lucrative trend: hundreds of thousands of guests willing to pay hotels for the option of a daystay. This led to the launch of Dayuse.com, late 2010.
Eugénie Lebée is the co-founder and Creative Director of Dayuse.com.
After a training as graphic designer and various experiences as a freelance in the edition world, Eugénie launched Dayuse.com with David in 2010. She is the Creative Director of Dayuse.com. Her missions go from defining and enhancing the digital brand identity to create the various communication materials. To reflect the innovative and audacious image of the brand is the challenge she's taken on for 10 years.