How to Hack Your Way Into the Most Elite Vacation Club on Earth
How to hack your way into the most elite travel club on earth
Let’s say you’re feeling the impulse to flee to New Orleans to eat some po’boys and dance to brass bands. Simple trip, but still requires legwork: getting a good seat at that epic Friday lunch at Galatoire’s ain’t easy.
Inspirato, though, does all the heavy lifting for you, putting you up in literally the best room in town. And once there, a personal concierge will ensure everything’s copacetic.
Downside: it’s normally $10,000 to join this global club.
But that membership fee and the first year’s dues are gratis if you join 8760, an L.A.-based members-only club that gives you access to empty legs on private jets, box seats at professional sporting events and hang time with pro athletes like Stephen Curry.
We’ve reported on 8760 before, and at a $5,950 initiation, it’s still the best in class. The only catch? You need to join by December 1st to get that rate (do so by emailing Bruce Berman at email@example.com).
Those private jets come in handy when you decide last minute to head to New Orleans, Vail or New York City. As of now, 8760 doesn’t fly international, but your membership still gets you access to those incredible Inspirato spots.
Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy
This estate is on a cliff overlooking the sea and has private steps leading to a secluded beach below.
The aptly named Bouji Lodge comes with a private chef who cooks your four-course dinners in the home. There’s also a spa in the house, and you’re not far from Chamonix.
Regina Suite, Baglioni Hotel Regina
In addition to estates and homes, Inspirato has access to the best rooms in various hotels. They just started working with Baglioni Hotel in Rome. Just look at the bathroom and bar in the Regina Suite. Next level.
The Samui Retreat
Koh Samui, Thailand
Three villas overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. A rooftop where you can do yoga. Separate villas for the kids. Your own pool. No brainer.
Towers Corner Suite
New York City, New York
This NYC hotel isn’t international, per se. But it’s unlikely you’ve experienced NYC quite like this, and given that you could join now and visit during Christmas, when the City is festive and you can fly private, we couldn’t resist.
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