Host fellow members

Why host?

Meet inspiring guests

Host inspiring and like-minded guests you want to meet, get paid for it  and grow your personal network from your own home.

Our insurance will cover you

Our Host Insurance Fund covers property damages so you can feel safe hosting a guest in your living room, guest room, or your entire home while you’re away.

Be public or private

Choose whether you want your host profile to be viewed by anyone (signed in or not) or by “members only” – seen by only Human Hotel members with a complete curator-reviewed profile.

Host & Rent Anywhere

Living room

Guest room

Entire home

Creative residency

— monials

It must be the laziest, nicest way to meet like-minded people. Our guests ended up taking a couple of my sculptures to a charity auction I was contributing to in their home city and inviting some of their own artist friends to contribute works too. Beautiful serendipity.

— Robert, London-based Artist & Educator.

Recent Guests


Curator & Artist
Copenhagen, DK


Artist & Designer
San Francisco, US


Lighting designer & Artist
Braunschweig, DE


Where do I upload my host info?

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Where can I host guests?

Host guests in your LIVING ROOM, GUEST ROOM, ENTIRE HOME or CREATIVE RESIDENCY. Simply choose which spaces you can host guests in when you upload your host info.

How many host spaces can I have?

The maximum amount of host space addresses you can have is 2 addresses our platform.
Within each address, you can list as many spaces (living room, guest room and entire home) options as you can. We do not allow professional listing managers in our community, nor do we allow more than 2 host space addresses.

How do I get paid?

You have 2 options for how to receive payments:
Connect your PayPal Account
Connect your Bank Account
Go to your Payout Preferences page to choose your payout method.
As a host, you will get paid out 24hrs. after the stay is complete.

How much should I charge?

You set your own rates. However, we’ll only present you with guests worth supporting, so please support them by charging 5-10% less than you would on mainstream listing platforms.

Who are the guests?

Artists, scientists, designers, filmmakers, activists, writers, researchers, technologists, entrepreneurs and other fun and visionary individuals doing inspiring work worth supporting. No random tourists!

What info can guests see on my host profile?

Profile info — Profile photo — First name — Hometown — Occupations — Personal Description — Keywords about your interests— Keywords about your practice — Description of your practice — Practice-related images — Practice-related videos — Host info — Your Nightly Fee — Images of your Host Space — Description of your Host Space — Extra Details & Amenities — Your General Location — Your Cancellation Policy

I live in a small place — can I still host?

Yes. You can host in a shared room, on the living room couch on in the floor of your studio. We believe all is good, as long as there’s an acceptable level of comfort and cleanliness provided.

Do I have to be home to host?

No. Some of us can only host when we’re traveling ourselves and staying elsewhere. In such cases – and if the guest is interested – we offer to connect the guest with local Human Hotel members in the area who would be interesting to meet.

Have property insurance coverage?

Yes we do. We’re very committed to creating a safe and trusted Human Hotel environment, so even though we have never had any property damages (in our entire history), we understand that you need protection.
We have therefore created our Host Insurance Fund which will reimburse eligible hosts for damages up to $10,000 (USD). If you experience any damages to your property, please send us a message immediately to and we’ll handle the case accordingly and find an appropriate method of settlement between you and your guest.

Do you take a fee from my rate?