Photo: UN Delegates in Brazil for Summit Staying in Rooms More Often Used by "Hourly Renters"
Delegates from the United Nations are currently in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the sustainable development summit, but due to overcrowding or overcharging some are having to stay in some interesting hotels and motels.
In rooms generally rented by the hour and equipped with discreet entrances for those not wishing to be seen, UN delegates in town for the Rio+20 Environmental Summit are attempting to “make themselves at home.”
According to WTSP, for those unable to stay in the more upscale establishments, the Sinless in Shalimar and those like it have opened their doors.
In rooms with private garages (for those usually trying to make discreet exit), poles for “dancing” and mirrors on the ceiling, rest UN delegates.
Though hotels and motels like Sinless in Shalimar could have overcharged as well, spotting the necessity of a room, they have instead given fair rates in hopes that those arriving in Rio for the upcoming Olympics and World Cup, will consider staying in their rooms as well.