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  • Swedish hotel rewards guests who go screen-free
  • Swedish hotel rewards guests who go screen-free
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Swedish hotel rewards guests who go screen-free

A hotel in Gothenburg is offering guests a one-night stay free of charge – provided they can stay offline for the entire time. With a growing number of people trying to disconnect from their increasingly tech-centric lives, brands can help by incentivising digital detoxes.

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