× partners with luxury hotel groups on private sales

NEW YORK CITY Members-only travel site is launching Jetsetter 24/7, a selection of limited-time discounted vacation experiences, featuring offers from several leading luxury hotel groups.

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, The Peninsula Hotels and Trump Hotel Collection are among the companies with offers through the program.

“We receive daily emails from members inquiring about a hotel previously featured in flash sales, or asking for Jetsetter’s recommended hotels in a specific destination,” says CEO Drew Patterson. “It was clear that we needed to make the Jetsetter ‘black book’ available 365 days per year. Our members have grown to trust the site’s recommendations, and rely on our curators to find distinctive properties in desirable locations. They know Jetsetter’s verification process means the experience will surprise and delight every time.”

Members can browse Jetsetter 24/7 by destination type, interest or hotel name, with sortable filters.

While Jetsetter 24/7 includes properties from leading travel brands such as Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts, Capella Hotel Group, Fairmont, One&Only Resorts, Peninsula, Standard Hotels, The Rocco Forte Collection and Trump, boutiques and independent properties are also on offer, including Bardesonna in Napa Valley, Hermitage Inn in Nevis, Alila Villas in Bali, and Vuyami Lodge in South Africa.

Each travel partner featured in the Jetsetter 24/7 collection is “Jetsetter Verified,” meaning a correspondent has experienced the property and provided an honest, first-person review.

“Our members are thrilled with the opportunity to speak to published travel writers whose articles appear in the country’s leading travel publications,” Patterson says. “Jetsetter’s Expert Planning Service is unlike anything available because correspondents make their living traveling the world and writing unbiased reviews. They are experts in the destinations they are recommending; they’ve slept in the beds, eaten the food and participated in the tours.”