For $10 a night, live life on Skid Row at Sweden's 'homeless hotel'2/21/2013
Those seeking the ultimate in frugal accommodations during their next trip to Gothenburg, Sweden, would be advised to check out the $10-a-night Faktum Hotel. The brainchild of Faktum magazine editor-in-chief Aaron Israelson, the hotel plans to give its profits to support the magazine's charity work, aimed at raising awareness of Sweden's homeless population. Roughly one of every six homeless people in Sweden live in Gothenburg. A description of the hotel's "rooms" tells you everything you need to know: "A stay at the Skeppsbron wharf assures you a waterside vista in the heart of the city." [Source]
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