11 Hotels and Hostels that accept Bitcoin
The universe of travel options for Bitcoin enthusiasts everywhere has massively expanded. We have decided to gather some information on hotels and hostels that accept Bitcoins.
At the heart of Italy, this hotel resides in one of the most elegant areas of Rome. Bitcoiners would be glad to know that this is the first hotel in Italy to accept Bitcoin.
2. Prodeo Hotel
Prodeo Hotel, situated in the Palermo Soho district of Argentina, is the perfect urban retreat for travelers who appreciate individualized style and hospitality.
Hotel San Martin is another hotel in Argentina that accepts Bitcoin, located conveniently in the heart of downtown Mendoza.
The Teddy Bear hostel is superbly located in a historical building on a small pedestrian street in Riga, Lithuania.
Near to the heart of Guanajuato, Mexico, the house is a wonderful place for a relaxing and fascinating break.
Bandholm hotel was built in 1886 and is placed at the north coast of Lolland just next to Knuthenborg Safari Park. As a bonus, Bitcoin customers will receive complimentary coffee vouchers.
If you are coming through New York city, Jersey is just a stone’s throw away. Stunning Penthouse offer rooms for rent in a two or three bedroom condo at Jersey city.
Blue Almond hostel offers budget accommodation, within a 20-minutes walk from the beaches of San Andres Island, Colombia. Bitcoin users need to make an early reservation and would get a 10 percent discount.
Have a quiet and relaxing stay at this hotel which is located in the center of Napoli, Italy.
This Californian hotel is located close to Disneyland with free shuttle to Disneyland. So it’s a great place to stay if you plan to visit the land of Mickey.
This friendly San Francisco Backpacker Hostel is a fun loving place for international travelers who like to make new friends. They have hosted Bitcoin merchants meetup to share insights on the Bitcoin revolution and is working to have the first Bitcoin ATM in California. It is a great place for Bitcoin enthusiasts.Hello?