Elon Musk has transformed the Twitter office in San Francisco into a temporary hotel, offering free overnight stays for Twitter employees. The move comes as a response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges faced by many people in finding affordable housing in the Bay Area.
The hotel, dubbed the “Twitter Hotel,” has been furnished with comfortable beds, linens, and towels, and includes a lounge area with a fireplace, a kitchen, and a dining area. The space is also equipped with WiFi and other amenities, making it a comfortable and convenient place for Twitter employees to stay.
Musk, who is the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has been a vocal advocate for addressing the affordable housing crisis in the Bay Area, and has previously offered to help with the construction of affordable housing in the region. The Twitter Hotel is just one example of how he is working to address the issue.
In a tweet announcing the new hotel, Musk wrote, “We’re turning the Twitter office into a temporary hotel for Twitter employees who are having a hard time finding housing during the pandemic. This is just a small step, but I hope it helps some people out.”
The Twitter Hotel will be open for a limited time, and Twitter employees can reserve their stays through the company’s internal employee portal. It is not clear if the hotel will be open to the public in the future.