CHICAGO, IL – A local boutique hotel chain is making the leap into the metaverse and, like the real world, doesn’t plan on cleaning rooms daily there either.
Mark Billstein placed his VR goggles on and was quickly immersed into an exotic world filled with bright lights, flashing advertisements, virtual avatars, and yes, even virtual hotels. After checking into one boutique hotel owned in the real world by a local Chicago company, he was quickly ushered up to his room by a helpful employee that looked like a banana.
After storing his virtual luggage in the room, Billstein left to go explore the world before popping back out of the metaverse into the real world. As he left his virtual hotel room a digital sign appeared reminding him that the hotel wasn’t planning on cleaning his virtual hotel room every day and that he’d have to ask the front desk to have it cleaned.
“Lovely,” thought Billstein. “It’s just like a Hampton Inn. Cheap bastards.”