I'm not so sure if I would do this but there is a Japanese hotel that is offering rooms for under $1. Guests will be live-streamed during their stay.
The place is known as the, “One Dollar Hotel." The single room they are offering is at the Business Ryokan Asahi in Fukuoka, Japan, that costs 100 yen, or about $0.92. However, part of the “price” of staying is that guests must agree to be featured on the hotel’s YouTube for 24 hours.
The hotel says that they don’t expect or want any free X-rated voyeuristic footage from the hotel’s YouTube channel. No nudity, sexual activity or any other “lewd acts” are allowed while staying in the room. Guests are required to sign an “Accommodation Pledge” during their stay and must get changed in the hotel’s shared bathrooms.
The small room comes with a traditional Japanese tatami floor mat, a foldable sleeping mat, a small coffee table, a TV and a kettle.
Livestream video does not have any sound and guests are permitted to turn off the lights, although the video cannot be turned off.
Source: New York Post
This story for allowing guests to be live-streamed while hotels in South Korea have been going ahead and live-streaming their guests. It makes you wonder how much of this is going on here in the US.