Hotel brand to place an emphasis on creating high-tech experiences for guests including an emphasis on cryptocurrency.
PHOENIX - A downtown Phoenix motel from the '50s, described as old and run down, is turning into a new technologically advanced destination.
A “Crypto Ballroom” in a hotel? An NFT of Super Bowl quarterback Patrick Mahomes on sale in a guestroom? These are a sampling of the ideas that drive Ken Patel, the founder and CEO of EV Hotels,
EV Hotel Group is planning to open one of its first automated, technology-focused hotels in downtown Phoenix.
Ken Patel, founder and CEO for Atlanta-based EV Hotels spoke with Phoenix New Times about his concept by phone on December 22, indicating that he expects the project to take 12 to 14 months to complete — at a likely cost of $25 to $27 million.
EV Hotels will deliver a one-of-kind experience for its guest and visitors which include digital assets such as crypto payments, NFT sales, and even a revenue enhancement meeting room component to drive revenues, profits, and to offer a place to stay that is crypto friendly to a substantial growing global community.
A hospitality company is planning to open its first smart hotel with a focus on technology in downtown Phoenix in a renovated historic motel
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