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Kauai Shores Hotel to Accept Bitcoin Payment
Kauai Shores Hotel Becomes First Hotel on Kauai to Accept Bitcoin Payments
Popular destination is responding to growing number of travelers who prefer to pay with cryptocurrency
KAPAA, Hawaii - March 1, 2018 - Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts, a leading hotel management company and member of Hogan Hospitality Group, announced the Kauai Shores Hotel on Kauai's famed Royal Coconut Coast is now accepting Bitcoin payments for online reservations. This makes the Kauai Shores Hotel the first hotel on Kauai to accept Bitcoin payments for direct bookings and one of the few hotels in the entire state that accepts Bitcoin.
Travelers who would like to make reservations at the Kauai Shores Hotel using Bitcoin payments may visit: www.kauaishoreshotel.com/bitcoin-reservation.
"We are continually looking for opportunities to better serve visitors to Kauai," said Tom Bell, president of Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts. "Providing greater payment flexibility is an important innovation that will help our guests relax and enjoy their time on the Garden Isle on their own terms. We look forward to accepting Bitcoin payments from all our guests who prefer to use cryptocurrency."
The Kauai Shores Hotel is offering a limited-time special of $149 per night for guests who pay with Bitcoin.
About Kauai Shores Hotel
Kauai Shores Hotel at 420 Papaloa Road in Kapaa, Hawaii is nestled on Kauai's famed Royal Coconut Coast. The 200-room beachfront hotel recently completed a $10 million property-wide renovation of its guestrooms and public spaces, blending contemporary and modern décor with island-style aesthetics.
Upgraded exterior grounds showcase the award-winning property's picturesque scenery on the Garden Isle. For information about the Kauai Shores Hotel, visit www.kauaishoreshotel.com.
About Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts and Hogan Hospitality Group
As pioneers in hospitality and tourism, Hogan Hospitality Group is a hotel management company with a growing portfolio of properties. Its flagship business in Hawaii - Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts - manages over 1,200 rooms on Kauai, Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. Born out of hotel ownership, Hogan Hospitality Group and Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts have a unique understanding of the hospitality industry, offering hotel owners measureable results in profitability and guest satisfaction, and unparalleled management experience. To learn more about Hogan Hospitality Group, visit www.hoganhospitalitygroup.com.