Human Hotel is a hospitality platform for passionate people. Host an NGO organiser in your home during the COP21 Climate Mobilization.
We help local hosts and visiting guests connect and get more out of the events they both care about. We also make sure it costs very little. Because money is not what we’re passionate about – connecting people is.
Born out of a social art practice, Human Hotel began in 2009 as a large-scale effort to secure affordable accommodation for the thousands of NGO’s and climate workers that had nowhere to stay while they attended the United Nations COP15 Climate Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark.
During the summit, we were able to host more than 3,000 climate workers with local hosts, and therefore made possible an alternative meeting point for amazing people and bright minds.
Since then, we have successfully matched and connected thousands of traveling guests with local hosts for numerous events and organizations such as:
- People’s Climate March & Mobilization (NYC)
- Queens Museum Open Engagement Conference (NYC)
- Creative Time Summit (NYC & Stockholm)
- European Science Open Forum (Copenhagen)
- NODE – Forum for Digital Arts (Frankfurt)
- Rome Independent Film Festival (Rome)
- US Social Forum (Philadelphia)
- Copenhagen Gay Pride (Copenhagen)
For Event Organizers
Are you organizing an event and need help with accommodating your guests? Or just want to offer an interesting alternative and tap into your local resources? Send us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and lets start the conversation!
Martin Rosengaard (Partnerships) / email@example.com
William R. Rawlings (Operations) / firstname.lastname@example.org
Sixten Kai Nielsen (Marketing) / email@example.com
…and all our wonderfull assistants from Italy, Greece, France, US and Russia!
We’re so social…
We love hearing about your Human Hotel experiences so please send us photos, videos and stories to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, feel free to share your moments using our hastags:
#humanhotel #staywithyourpeople #shareyourconnection