The wheels of the paper mill no longer turn, yet the lullaby of Mölndal River may still be heard. Representing a chapter of Swedish industrial history, Mölndal Mill is a unique residence. No more than a stone’s throw away is the city’s communication hub.
Gothenburg has about 3,400 homeless people.
Most of them find a roof over their heads
with a friend or at a refuge, but some
sleep in the open air.
We have chosen ten of the places where they
might spend the night – and made it pos-
sible for you to book them. Just like any hotel.
You can book one for yourself, or as a gift
for somebody else. Either way the money
goes to our work for homeless and
socially vulnerable people.