A New Living Habitat

With the rise of remote working in these unprecedented times, Banyan Tree Group launches Habitat as a new way of living, working and travelling.

One of the world’s leading, independent hospitality groups, Banyan Tree, has launched Habitat to enable guests to enjoy long-term stays at properties in more than 30 destinations around the globe under Banyan Tree Group’s brands. With greater flexibility and the possibility of experiencing multiple destinations with a single pass, Habitat inspires a different travel journey, meeting consumer’s evolving travel needs in the new normal.

Habitat caters to seasonal travellers in search of picturesque destinations, families yearning for a long-overdue vacation, and remote workers combining it all and keen to experience the freedom of working and exploring the world at the same time.

With a Habitat Pass, guests can book their stays in units of seven nights, with the choice to hop from one property to another within the same brands in different locations. In addition, savings increase up to 60 percent with each additional unit purchased, where each unit can be redeemed at a different property during the period of their stay. Each pass is valid for 12 months and guests may book up to four units per brand, ranging from seven to 28 nights’ stay, with the flexibility to redeem each unit at a different time.

As part of the Habitat offering, travellers are given credits of up to USD700 based on the number of units purchased, which can be used across multiple inclusions, such as F&B, spa, wellness activities, and airport transfers. Other inclusions catering to extended stay traveller needs are, of course, free breakfast, Wi-Fi for business needs and 24-hour fitness centres in most properties to help guests maintain fitness routines while travelling.

With domestic tourism fuelling a significant recovery, domestic travellers have the opportunity to discover hidden cultural gems within their own country, with a choice of nine Banyan Tree Hotels in China and four in Thailand. When international travel re-opens, guests may travel to properties across China, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Maldives, Mexico, Morocco, Thailand and Vietnam.