If you’ve been bitten by the tiny house bug, you’ll definitely love this tiny hotel.
Walking along Seminargasse street in Amberg, Germany, you wouldn’t miss one tiny red building. Built in an 8-foot wide (2.5 meters) alley and sandwiched between two larger buildings, Eh’häusl is the smallest hotel in the world, according to Guinness World Records.
This tiny hotel has a total floorspace of 570 sq. ft. (53 sq.m.), cozy enough for a romantic getaway for two. The suite is sumptuously decorated and includes a foyer, sitting room, fireplace and lounge, bathroom, bedroom, mini spa with whirlpool, and a flat screen TV.
Eh’häusl means “wedding house” in the local vernacular. Built in 1728, it was originally used as a proof of property ownership for couples intending to get married. The quaint tradition has long since ended, and it was renovated into a hotel in 2008 by the Amberg Urban Planning Society.
Interested in booking a stay? Check out their website.
Source: Country Living