Homesharing for your community
Sustainable homestay networks built around fair pricing and strong values.
FIND YOUR NETWORK
COP26 Homestay Network
An affordable, sustainable homestay network for activists, policymakers and NGO workers for the UN Climate Summit COP26 in Glasgow.
Rebel Homestay Network
Community of XR Earth Protectors for accommodation during demonstrations, actions, mobilisations and more.
Our original international homesharing community for creatives and changemakers.
The homesharing community exclusively for Greenpeace members, volunteers, and employees.
Student Homestay Network
Affordable homestay network exclusively for UK Students. Launching for COP26 in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
WHAT WE DO
Open up your home (and heart) to overnight guests from your community, or stay in their homes when you travel.
It’s easy, affordable and built around your values.
WHY START A HOMESTAY NETWORK?
Staying in someone’s home is one of the most socially and environmentally sustainable forms of accommodation.
You can reduce your emissions by more than 80%* compared to a hotel stay.
Set your own fair prices in order to include and support everyone in your community. Why give money to massive hotel chains when you could be giving it to each other instead?
Build new connections and forge new friendships by travelling within a network of people who share your values.
In collaboration with the COP26 Coalition and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland – we’ve created a self-contained, affordable homesharing community for the climate justice movement.
WHO WE ARE
We’re Humans, Not Hotels
Human Hotel aims to make the world a fairer, more empathic place through homesharing – one meeting at a time.
« A massive thank you to our Human Hotel comrades for all your amazing work…
y’all are amazing and it is an inspiration to work together »
Stop Climate Chaos Scotland
Activist & Artist
COP26 Homestay Network Host
“I run an outdoor art and design market in the city centre and I am the lead campaigner for a cleaner Glasgow @glasgow_garbage
I’m originally from Saskatchewan, Canada – so I know what it’s like being somewhere new and that’s why I’m happy to host.”
Andrew Cuthbertson | Maria Ionova Gribina | Claire Millar
*Environmental Impacts and Potential of the Sharing Economy, Nordic Cooperation, 2017