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Do any apps/services exist for something like this? - shameus_o'reaaly - 05-31-2016 03:08 PM

I'm a commuter and live outside London. If I want to go out on a weeknight, I have a lot of effort to go to to get home in time to get any sleep and go to work. Is there any service similar to Uber where I could rent someone's spare bedroom overnight? If I get lucky, I either have to drag the girl to my place (average of 30-40 minutes) go to hers (about the same, I find) or spring for a hotel.
I could find somewhere more convenient eventually, but if I could pay someone for the privelege of using his bedroom for a one-night stand and a shower, and a place to get to work at a leisurely pace, it would be even better. Would airbnb or similar sites allow for this? Say, the same night each week?
If not, someone start a website-budbaxter.com isn't taken?


RE: Do any apps/services exist for something like this? - SlickyBoy - 05-31-2016 03:10 PM

The closest thing I've heard to that is AirBnB, but each place varies - some people don't like to rent out a room for just one night, and certainly not for just a few hours. You could try couchsurfing.com, but I don't think people who do that expect or want you to be bringing other people along for the ride.


RE: Do any apps/services exist for something like this? - storm - 05-31-2016 03:19 PM

You are basically talking about AirBnB for love hotels.

I think it is different enough from AirBnB to be viable, but in your place I would look into why love hotels don't exist in your area already before considering this seriously.


RE: Do any apps/services exist for something like this? - Huey - 05-31-2016 03:29 PM

Check out this site https://breather.com.


RE: Do any apps/services exist for something like this? - nmmoooreland20 - 06-01-2016 12:23 AM

Breather, but don't think it's in London yet.

Also, Hotels Tonight has decent last minute hotel room hookups.