The NoMo SoHo adds NFTs


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The NoMo SoHo, a New York City hotel, will offer its visitors an NFT experience. How? To book a room, the customers will need to buy a token on OpenSea.

There are three types of NoMo SoHo NFTs. 

The first one costs 0.41 ETH (approximately $832) and grants a 3-night stay at the hotel from Sunday to Tuesday. There are 100 NFTs available. The package includes a daily continental breakfast at the hotel library; a special welcome kit; and a late check-out. 

The second option is an open ngith 3-night stay that costs 0.52 ETH ($1,057). 50 NFTs are available. The package includes the same perks as the less pricy reservation.

Finally, the third option includes a 6-night stay at the NoMo Soho Hotel. The supply is capped at 50 NFTs, each costing 0,97 ETH ($1,972). The stay grants a special welcome kit, daily continental breakfast, late check-out, and a luxury room upgrade on the upper floor of the hotel. 

Each of the three options can be used during the next 12 months. The NFTs are valid until December 31st, 2023. 

To book a stay at the hotel, the users will have to purchase one of the 3 NFTs and connect the wallet at NFTStays. The website will show the customer’s NFT and allow them to use it to redeem a coupon for the stay. 

Among other hotels that attract visitors by introducing crypto payments are Marriot, Villa Natura in Ibiza, and Hotel Cà di Dio in Venice. This, however, looks to be the first spot that has gone all-in on the NFT craze.

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Valeria Goncharenko

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