The growing popularity of cryptocurrencies convinces many businesses to integrate them into their payment methods. For example, some hotels and big players in the industry are allowing their guests to book hotel rooms and pay with crypto.
1. The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts (Europe & Asia)
The Pavilions is a group of hotels in Europe and Asia; as they say in The Pavilions Hotels & Resorts values, “we are different; we do not follow protocol. We like to think outside the box and be bolder.” In this posture of assumed difference, The Pavilions allows their guests to make reservations and pay with 35+ cryptocurrencies.
2. Marvie Hotel & Health, Split (Croatia)
Marvie is a 4-Stars hotel in Split (Croatia), and they are enthusiastic about embracing new global trends. They offer rooms with sea views and modern designs that can be booked and paid in cryptocurrencies. They accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, Stellar, EOS, XRP and DAI.
3. Kauai Shores Hotel, Island of Kauai (Hawaii)
Kauai Shores Hotel is located on the island of Kauai and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean. Winner of the Readers’ Choice Awards 2022 from Hawaii Magazine as the Best Value Hotel or Resort in Kauai, this hotel offers ocean-view rooms and accepts BitCoin for reservations.
4. THEsis Hotel, Miami (United States)
The next time you visit Miami and want to pay for your stay in crypto, try the THEsis Hotel. Located just 7 miles from Miami International Airport and a 10-minute drive from Coral Gables, this pet-friendly hotel is “the first hotel in the Miami area” to accept cryptocurrency as a payment option. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dogecoin and four USD-pegged stablecoins (GUSD, USDC, PAX and BUSD) are all accepted.
5. Hotel Van Walsum, Rotterdam (Netherlands)
The van Dam family has owned the van Waslum hotel since 1955. Located in the centre of Rotterdam, the hotel has a tradition of innovation and modernisation! With this innovative mindset, the hotel allows its guests to pay with Bitcoin. On their website, Hotel van Walsum says that paying with Bitcoins “costs almost nothing and is super fast”.
6. Hacienda Na Xamena, Ibiza (Spain)
With 77 Rooms & Suites, this 5-Stars Ibiza hotel is open between April and October. Described as the haven of serenity to live your dreams in Ibiza, the hotel accepts Bitcoin as a payment method. However, as stated in their terms and conditions, they only receive this payment method in advance (not on the day of check-in/check-out).
7. Mai boutique hotel, Da Nang (Vietnam)
Located in the coastal city of Da Nang, the Mai boutique hotel is a highly appreciated villa hotel by its guests, and it won the Guest Reviews Awards from Booking in 2016. Managed by a Dutch/Vietnamese couple, it’s a short distance from the beach. They accept bitcoin as payment.
8. Art Deco Hotel Montana, Lucerne (Switzerland)
Many tourists consider Lucerne as one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland. Located in this beautiful place, the Art Deco Hotel Montana allows you to use your bitcoins to treat yourself by booking a Penthouse Spa Suite with a magnificent view of Lake Lucerne and the Rigi mountain. In a press release dated April 23, 2018, the hotel announced that it would offer its guests Bitcoin (BTC) as a payment method.
9. Hotel Minister, Sóller (Spain)
Joining the “Minister Lovers Club” through which you can enjoy exclusive advantages such as a 50% discount for your pet and 10% off for a massage is not the only benefit you can get from the Hotel Boutique Minister. They also accept cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin or Ethereum) as a payment method.
10. Geejam Hotel, Port Antonio (Jamaica)
Geejam hotel is located on six acres of lush tropical rainforest and offers its guests a mix of rooms, cabins and villas. In addition, they have partnered with BitPay to enable guests to pay for accommodation with Cryptocurrency. Accepted cryptocurrencies are Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), Litecoin (LTC), Shiba Inu Coin (SHIB), 5 USD-pegged stablecoins (GUSD, USDC, USDP, DAI, and BUSD).
11. Grand Beach Hotel, Thassos (Greece)
Grand Beach Hotel is located at Thassos Limenaria beach, one of the most beautiful areas of Thassos. Besides the lovely location, many guests described the owner as friendly. Grand Beach Hotel is also the first hotel in Thassos to accept crypto as a payment method. You can use Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
12. Kaş Old Town Hotel, Kaş (Turkey)
Kaş is located in the southern part of the Antalya region. Guests of Kaş Old Town Hotel can enjoy views of the Mediterranean. Since 1st March 2022, the hotel has accepted cryptocurrency as a payment method. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Cardano, Avax, Polkadot, Loopring, USDT, USDC and many others are accepted.
13. Hotel Bräurup, Mittersill (Austria)
Hotel Bräurup is a traditional hotel located in Mittersill, a popular destination for skiing, snowboarding and sledding. By staying in this 4-Stars hotel, you will enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Austrian Alps, and you can pay for your stay in Bitcoin.
14. Hotel International au Lac, Lugano (Switzerland)
Located in a prime location in Switzerland, Hotel International au Lac is joining the Lugano Plan ₿ project by accepting the following cryptocurrencies for the payment of its services: Bitcoin and Ethereum.
15. Roxford Lodge Hotel, Dublin (Ireland)
The Roxford Lodge Hotel is a victorian townhouse within walking distance of Dublin’s city centre. Apart from accepting main cryptocurrencies(Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin etc.) as a payment method, the family-owned hotel also offers a welcoming atmosphere and personal service.
16. Tago Tulum Hotel, Tulum (Mexico)
Reservations at the Tago Tulum Hotel include continental breakfast daily and can be paid with Bitcoin. This hotel is a place where you can live your dreams of white sand and turquoise water.
17. Swell Hotel, El Paredon (Guatemala)
El Paredon is the surf destination in Guatemala, so it’s not surprising that Swell Hotel is described as a surf and lifestyle hotel. In their Hotel Policies & Info, you can see that this piece of paradise accepts payment in Bitcoin (BTC).
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