Some people are all about vacationing large, staying in fancy spacious hotel rooms and suits and dining in elegant restaurants. And some are just fond of peculiarities, and there is a huge industry catering for this adventurous type. Some hotels around the world are renowned for offering the smallest hotel rooms!
If you are one of the adventurous, find out here which hotels offer the smallest hotel rooms in the world.
Caravan, The Tiny House Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Located in the heart of Portland, Oregon, Caravan is a unique hotel where travelers come from around the world to experience what it is like to stay in a custom-made tiny house on wheels.
The charming tiny houses are all built by local builders and artistic designers. They range in size from 120 to 170 square feet. Each tiny house features creative artistic design elements and versatile furnishings. And best of all, lots of locally made art.
The fantastic location in one of Portland’s most vibrant and creative neighborhoods, Alberta Arts District, constitutes a part of what has made Caravan work so well as a unique getaway.
Deb Delman and Kol Peterson are the founders, owners and partners in running Caravan.The tiny hotel rooms on wheels offer all the amenities including hot water and electricity. They might be some of the smallest hotel rooms in the world, but they do not lack in accommodation!
Cityhub, Amsterdam, Netherlands
An absolutely new kind of travel accommodation experience that was created by two friends from Amsterdam who love travel and meeting people.
CityHub offers affordable accommodations for travelers who enjoy learning about local city life. The sleeping ‘Hub’ is equipped with a roomy bed, Wi-Fi and color-changing mood lighting. No en-suite in these small hotel rooms, but there are communal bathrooms in the hotel.
CityHub combines the communal feel of hostels and the privacy of hotels.
Located right next to Amsterdam’s De Hallen, one of the most hot and happening places in Amsterdam, the hotel comprises of fifty Hubs.
YotelAir, Heathrow Airport, London
The Yotel brand was inspired by first class air travel and was created as a small luxurious cabin space.
Yotel aims to attract busy international travelers, people with long transit time who would like to find a comfortable accommodation inside the airport.
The hotel provides travelers with tiny luxurious cabins to rest between flights without even leaving the airport.
The standard cabin measures 3.47m by 2.55m, but it offers two bunk beds, small work space, flat screen TV and en-suite.
YotelAir lies in a premium location in Heathrow airport, surrounded by cafes, shops and restaurants. Plus, Terminal 4 Railway Station is a few steps away.
Green Plaza Shinjuku Capsule Hotel, Japan
Capsule hotels are a Japanese invention, they accommodate people who literally just need a place to sleep. They comprise some of the smallest hotel rooms in the world.
A capsule hotel basically offers micro sized rooms that resemble a small box, and can accommodate one person with basic facilities.
The capsule is really tiny, but it still has enough room for a comfy little bed, wireless internet and power outlet.
Kaiteki Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Kaiteki hotel promises to provide everything you might need when you live in a hotel. All compacted in tiny capsules!
Each capsule is about 2.5 square meters, it offers air condition, TV and Wi-Fi. And a very comfortable bed of course.
The capsule hotel concept that have started in Japan is the inspiration behind this lovely hotel.
Tubohotel, Tepoztlan, Mexico
Mexico’s Tubohotel, which opened in 2010, is a unique and affordable holiday destination created from recycled concrete tubes.
The small hotel rooms are made from cement tubes, with some even stacked on top of each other in the form of a pyramid.
There is even an infinity pool in the hotel, right outside the tubes!
The original pipe hotel concept comes from German architect, Andreas Strauss, who created Dasparkhotel in 2006.
The T3arc architects drew inspiration from Strauss and expanded on the idea to create two-story pyramid-like formations.
Sleepbox Hotel, Moscow, Russia
All facilities of a classic room in nano format, the hotel promises. Designed by Russian architects and inspired by Japanese sleeping capsules, this hotel is a unique mix between functionality and comfort.
The hotel features 50 windowless tiny rooms or sleep pods, some of which can accommodate up to three people!