In addition to the large and luxurious hotels, the small, nicely hidden hotels also attract the curiosity of many visitors.
If you are too familiar with the extremely majestic, magnificent and splendid hotel locations, then check-in once to experience and explore these 6 smallest hotels in the world. It can be located in the attic of a cafe or the room is just enough for a bed, the hotels below attract visitors by their small but unique area, full of amenities.
1. Utter Inn (Sweden)
This is a floating hotel on Lake Malaren. The upper part of the hotel is the kitchen. The bedroom is located at a depth of 3 m above the lake surface. This room is surrounded by glass panels so visitors can easily see the lake bed. This is the bright product of artist Mikael Genburg, who is famous for his unique hotel creation ideas.
This hotel is renovated from a Boeing 747 located at Arlanda Airport (Sweden). The hotel consists of 33 rooms and 76 beds with views of the city and airport runway.
The cockpit is a vip room, with its own entrance and toilet area. The hotel also has a mini bar where guests can enjoy coffee. The staff serving here are called flight attendants and wear airline uniforms.
3. Eh’Haeusl (Germany)
This is the smallest hotel in the world with an area of 50 m2, with a maximum capacity of 2 people. The hotel was built in 1728. This place was officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s smallest hotel since 2008. With its unique architecture, the hotel attracts tourists from all over the world. around the world, especially honeymoon couples.
The top floor of the hotel is a spa area with only one jacuzzi tub. The downstairs bedroom is just enough for a double bed. Below the bedroom is a small bathroom. Downstairs is a relaxing sitting space, with a fireplace installed. The kitchen is located in the basement. As the hotel does not have a lobby, guests must call upon arrival to have someone pick up inside and hand over the keys before leaving.
4. Central & Cafe (Denmark)
This hotel is located above a coffee shop in Copenhagen. The hotel’s only bedroom is large enough to accommodate a double bed and mini bar. Staying here you will be served food and drinks at the cafe downstairs. Punta Grande (Spain) is a hotel built on a solid volcanic rock that juts out into the sea.
This place is only 55 square meters. The hotel consists of 4 bedrooms, 1 dining room and reception area. Before becoming a hotel, this location was an office. The interior of the hotel is made from wood from shipwrecks. The hotel away from the crowded town is the ideal destination for you to find privacy.
5. Punta Grande (Spain)
Punta Grande Hotel is built on a solid volcanic rock that juts out into the sea, this place is only 55 m2 wide. The hotel consists of 4 bedrooms, 1 dining room and reception area.
Before becoming a hotel, this location was an office. The interior of the hotel is made from wood from shipwrecks. The hotel away from the crowded town is the ideal destination for you to find privacy.
6. One Room (Czech)
One Room is a hotel with only one room. This property is located on the Zizkov TV tower in central Prague. Located at a height of 70 meters, the bedroom has an open view of the city. Rooms are decorated with luxurious and modern furniture. You can convert the guest room into a meeting room if required.