Inspirato recently launched Inspirato Pass, the world’s first luxury travel subscription offering endless travel for $2,500 a month. Passholders have already begun exploring the multitude of vacation options available on the trip list, and figuring out how the pass works best for them.
According to The Points Guy, a travel website and blog that helps consumers figure out how to make the most of travel rewards programs and experiences, several passholders are pleased with their Pass experiences thus far.
Passholder Mike Shaw was already an Inspirato member when he decided to add a Pass onto his membership. He’s already taken three trips, to Jackson Hole, the British Virgin Islands, and Park City. He appreciates the ease with which trips can be booked through the list, taking out the mental energy of coordinating an open-ended trip.
“With the flat fee you don’t have to evaluate whether this place is too much or, if you have more people, will that be too much for them?” Shaw said. “You can just look at what you want to do, where are those days available and what’s the most I can get?”
Another passholder, Mikki Cardoza, purchased Inspirato Pass for the option of giving trips as gifts. She saw the Pass as an opportunity to incentivize employees at her real estate firm, treat friends and family, and donate trips to nonprofits. She opted for the Pass 2 option that allows her to have two reservations on the books at once, as well as the option to share the Pass.
When I’m looking at trips [available on Inspirato Pass], it really appeals to my personality because I don’t have to worry about the price and I can just take anything off the plate.Mikki CardozaInspirato passholder
She’s been using Pass to travel frequently since. She’s gone for a weekend getaway in Carmel Valley, California, and stayed at a Waldorf Astoria for a work convention. She’s also gifted trips to her niece.