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Would You Pay $2,500 a Month for Unlimited Vacation Rentals?

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$2,500 a Month for Unlimited Vacation Rentals

During the last few months, as the pandemic has made social distancing a common practice, private vacation rentals have surged in popularity. Travelers are looking for exclusive escapes that are often away from densely populated areas. Rural Airbnb rentals for example have seen a an increase of 25% year over year recently. plenty of social distancing.

Now, the travel brand Inspirato is offering a getaway option for long stays, with prices much cheaper than what you would pay at hotels, or even rent in some of the more expensive US cities.

Inspirato Pass

The company has launched a program called the Inspirato Pass. For $2,500 a month, you get unlimited access to a portfolio of villas and rooms at luxury hotels. Then, once the coronavirus restrictions are lifted, you also get invites to special private events like a safari  in Botswana.

You pay $2,500 a month and you get never-ending options of incredible stays. Plus you can bring guests along at no extra charge, up to the occupancy limit of the specific vacation rental that you choose. For hotels, it is usually a limit of two people, but villas usually allow you to bring more people along. There is no long-term commitment. You can cancel at any time.

There are some extra expenses though. First you need to pay a $2,500 initiation fee to sign up for the program. So the first month will cost you $5,000. It works best for those who plan to stay on the move or just keep renting their vacation houses long term. And don’t forget that you also need to pay out of pocket for traveling from one location to the other.


The list of properties they have seems pretty luxurious. However the price is not something that everyone can afford. The Inspirato Pass makes more sense for those that can work remotely and can hop from an hotel to a villa and from one continent to the other.

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  1. This is one of the worst articles on this site. No mention of the 7 day waiting period, how you can only one reservation at a time, how some (many of the good ones!) rentals require you to tie up your reservation way in advance, this article is a joke.

  2. Yep, another breathless article about this from someone who didn’t read the fine print.
    “It works best for those who plan to stay on the move” Yeah, those 7-day time-outs between reservations could be troublesome and expensive if you are on another continent.

  3. They’ve had this for quite a while. If my memory serves me, the biggest limitation is that you can’t reserve a second spot until you’ve checked out. So you can’t really use it for anything other than spontaneous travel. Still, for the right situation it could be an incredibly good deal.

    • yeah i just looked and you are right – you cant book your next trip until you check out and the next trip cant start for a week after the last checkout.

      • I think there used to be an option where you’d pay more than $2500/month (maybe $3500-$5000) but you could have two reservations at at time. Interesting that that option could actually be worth more than twice the “one at a time” plan because it could theoretically enable you to have a full-time vacation home.
        I don’t see this option on the website anymore.

        • You’re right. They used to charge $2,500 for one active reservation, $5,000 for two, and $7,500 for three. I’m surprised to see that option gone.
          Apparently they also changed their commitment term, since they originally made you sign for a year, without an initiation fee.

  4. Are you limited to a max of 4 nights per hotel ? i tried playing with it but seemed 4 nights was all that was allowed. Still might be a good deal if you are retired and want to travel around a bunch


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