If you have more than 2,000 friends on Facebook, then you can stay in one of Europe’s coolest hotels for free.
The luxury Nordic Light Hotel in Stockholm is now accepting large social network presence as a form of currency, and will allow people with over
2,000 friends on Facebook to stay in a room for up to seven nights – completely free of charge.
The Swedish hotel charges up to £230 a night for its trendy rooms, but not if you’re
bit of a baller on social media.
The company will also dish out free rooms to anyone with over 100,000 followers on Instagram, or 100,000 likes on a public Facebook page.
But wait, even if you don’t have that many followers…
The Nordic Hotel
…you can still get some money off.
100,000 fans = 100 % off
2,000 private friends = 100 % off
1,500 private friends = 15 % off
1,000 private friends = 10 % off
500 private friends = 5 % off
100,000 followers = 100 % off
15,000 followers = 15 % off
10,000 followers = 10 % off
5,000 followers = 5 % off
How much does it cost to get to Stockholm?
From London – From £40 (Ryanair)
From Manchester – From £175 (Lufthansa)
From Glasgow – From £222 (KLM)
Click here to see the cheapest flights in your area. Shall we go there right now?
If you contact all of your Facebook friends and ask them to tell of their friends to add you, then you’ll soon have 2,000 friends (if you don’t already have 2,000 friends).
The only problem is that a pint of beer costs £5 on average in Stockholm (though you’ll be used to that if you live in London).