Worlds Smallest Hotel

This tiny building looks more like a luxury shoebox than a hotel ? but at just 53sq meters and with ONE ROOM it?s the world?s smallest hotel. Five-star Eh’haeusl, in Amberg, Germany, is just 2.5m wide and stretches over seven narrow floors but boasts all the mod cons from flat screen televisions to a mini spa. It was originally built as a house in 1728, after the city council ruled couples could only get married if they owned property.

This tiny building looks more like a luxury shoebox than a hotel ? but at just 53sq meters and with ONE ROOM it?s the world?s smallest hotel. Five-star Eh'haeusl, in Amberg, Germany, is just 2.5m wide and stretches over seven narrow floors but boasts all the mod cons from flat screen televisions to a mini spa. It was originally built as a house in 1728, after the city council ruled couples could only get married if they owned property.

This tiny building looks more like a luxury shoebox than a hotel ? but at just 53sq meters and with ONE ROOM it?s the world?s smallest hotel. Five-star Eh'haeusl, in Amberg, Germany, is just 2.5m wide and stretches over seven narrow floors but boasts all the mod cons from flat screen televisions to a mini spa. It was originally built as a house in 1728, after the city council ruled couples could only get married if they owned property.

This tiny building looks more like a luxury shoebox than a hotel ? but at just 53sq meters and with ONE ROOM it?s the world?s smallest hotel. Five-star Eh'haeusl, in Amberg, Germany, is just 2.5m wide and stretches over seven narrow floors but boasts all the mod cons from flat screen televisions to a mini spa. It was originally built as a house in 1728, after the city council ruled couples could only get married if they owned property.

This tiny building looks more like a luxury shoebox than a hotel ? but at just 53sq meters and with ONE ROOM it?s the world?s smallest hotel. Five-star Eh'haeusl, in Amberg, Germany, is just 2.5m wide and stretches over seven narrow floors but boasts all the mod cons from flat screen televisions to a mini spa. It was originally built as a house in 1728, after the city council ruled couples could only get married if they owned property.