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PortAventura World With 5.2 Million Yearly Visitors Becomes the First Theme Resort to Accept Bitcoin as Payment at the Hotels

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The Spanish amusement and leisure park – PortAventura World – would be the first in its field to add bitcoin payments. The initiative would start from next season and would initially allow crypto settlements at the resort’s hotels.

PortAventura World, the resort with the most theme parks in Europe, 5.2 million yearly visitors as well as six hotels with 2,300 rooms, is developing software so that its guests can use cryptocurrencies as a means of payment if they so wish.

According to a press release, PortAventura World, is developing software that would add a new cryptocurrency option for its customers. Starting in early 2022, guests at resort hotels will also be able to pay for their accommodation in bitcoin.

David García Blancas, CEO of PortAventura World, noted that the company aims to keep up with the latest trends and the growing demand for cryptocurrency options.


He said:

The push for initiatives such as this one allows us to become aligned with the latest trends and satisfy the needs of our guests; factors that are essential in order to strengthen our position as a leading company and innovator in the entertainment industry

Located in Catalonia, Spain, PortAventura is one of the largest entertainment resort in Europe with more than 5.2 millions visitors per year. In addition to its attractions such as a water park and a “Ferrari Land”, it also has six hotels, where customers will soon be able to pay with crypto for accommodation.


Recently Switzerland 5 Star Hotel, Chedi Andermatt Starts Accepting Bitcoin And Ethereum.

The Chedi Andermatt, a luxurious five-star hotel nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps, has started accepting Bitcoin and Ethereum payments. Hotel’s guests can choose one of the two largest cryptocurrencies if they pay more than 200 Swiss francs (roughly $218).

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Mark Brennan
Mark is 27, holds a Master degree in Business Administration, and works as a content Creator at TheCryptoBasic mostly on Crypto Market Updates. Since 2014 he has been active in the crypto sector. Thanks to the Business College in which other than Business subjects, he was taught about the disruptive potential of Blockchain. His interests include Blockchain technology and Crypto Market innovations. He also founded a small startup in which he gives lectures on cryptocurrencies.


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