Dayuse app

Tuesday, June 15, 2021 5:05 PM
Used the Dayuse app for the first time last week. Biggest barrier was the fact that the only two hotels in Louisville that were listed on the app not at all convenient to the parties with whom I was meeting during the day. But a new one, near the airport, with availability from 9AM to 6PM, started being listed recently, so I decided to give it a try for one of my favorite single mothers. Glad I did. Not only did I get a clean, brightly lit room, but we got to use the pool and hot tub, and even though I'd only expected an hour or two, the attraction of the pool induced her to stay until nearly checkout time. So for a roughly 40% premium over the 3 hour no-tell (which, while clean and safe, for me anyway, has seen better days), I got rough hour romp with my friend, with intermission for a meal (which the near-ish Qdoba was kind enough to deliver) and the pool/hot tub. She's never been a clock watcher, except for a couple of occasions when a sitter was an issue, but this time she was in absolutely no hurry to leave; she was enjoying the time away from the kids, who were with their grandmother. We made it out with only about five minutes to spare. When I handed her the cash, she said, "I almost feel like I shouldn't charge you." Of course, she *did* take the money. :D Still gonna use the no-tell for later than afternoon hookups, but I'm definitely gonna be using that again for any day time meets. Highly recommend if it lists any convenient hotels in your area.

12 comments

Oh really? I need to get this, I've just always killed time till 3
Muddy
3 years ago
I tried that one time a while back but I get a better deal from both the comfort inn and Marriott nearby for $79-$99 overnight vs $90 & $84 on the app
twentyfive
3 years ago
@Muddy: I've done much the same, but this one has a much easier time getting free during the day than later in the afternoon or evening. And I seldom need an entire night anymore (though it's been fun on occasion), so this worked out well this time. I freely admit that it might be good for every instance, but it's still going to be a good option sometimes. @twentyfive: This was one of the nicer hotels in that area. Yes, I *could* have gotten a whole night cheaper from another place, but not nearly as nice as this one. Even the no-tell would have been cheaper for the night (but see my response to muddy about her available), but not even close to the quality. And neither would have had a pool and hot tub. :)
georgmicrodong
3 years ago
I got that from your post but really the two hotels I mentioned are fairly new and much nicer than the Budget Inn and Knights Inn which are the only two on the app that were willing to book
twentyfive
3 years ago
I get really good deals on [view link]. I've used it so long I racked up a lot of benefits
Icee Loco (asshole)
3 years ago
Dayuse was great pre pandemic. No idea about now.
JamesSD
3 years ago
@desertscrub: A "QBODA" is what happens when you don't take your meds.
georgmicrodong
3 years ago
Yeah, luckily there are a decent amount of day use hotels around here. I use both dayuse and hotelsbyday. Sometimes some really really good hotels, that I can book for a few hours ,for the same or less than I'd get from a shitty hotel
Subraman
3 years ago
And, I should add, you can book a dayuse room, and cancel it any time right up to checkin. Pretty useful when you're never sure whehter or not your stripper will actually show
Subraman
3 years ago
@Subraman, so far here it's just three, all of them above the middle of the scale. hotelsbyday hasn't listed anything in my area any time I've tried it. Might give it another shot the next time I'm in the market. As far as the "cancel anytime" thing, yeah, that's handy as hell, along with the fact that the app itself doesn't want a credit card. The *hotel* did, for a security, but when we left, I paid cash, and the hold came off the card. At the moment, all of the Dayuse ones in Louisville are about 25-35% off from the overnight rate. And the price I paid for this one ended up being only about $13 more than I would have paid for the 3 hour room at Louisville Manor. And was a *hell* of a lot nicer.
georgmicrodong
3 years ago
I took a quick peek at Miami and there are about 25 hotels listed; may have to do w/ the heavily tourist-nature of the area. A couple of years ago I also came across a website that allowed one to enjoy the amenities of a hotel w/o having to rent a room; that'd be pretty-cool for resort style hotels that have very nice pools; spas; restaurants; etc (can't remember the name of the website though nor if the prices were competitive).
Papi_Chulo
3 years ago
@Papi_Chulo, if you run across that again, let me know. I'd be interested in checking it out.
georgmicrodong
3 years ago
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