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Bamboo Tiny House Hotel in Portland: $145/night

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This is the Bamboo Tiny House at the Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland.

You can stay here for $145/night.

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Bamboo Tiny House Hotel in Portland: $145/night

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From the hotel: 

The Bamboo is an expression of appreciation for Asian-influenced design. The dark stained exterior emulates the Japanese style of charred wood called shou-sugi-ban or yakisugi-ita that sets off the warm bamboo band that wraps around the tiny house. A simple shed roof design allows for an open-feeling living area, featuring Tansu stairs that lead to the sleeping loft. This statement piece of cabinetry become stairway is adorned with Asian brass hardware and grass cloth…Special touches include a vessel sink floating over black river rock and jade stones, a custom Shoji screen door, and imperial dragons to guard over your stay. There is even a small coy pond to greet you at your front door…


  • 150 sq. ft.
  • Sleeps 4
  • A/C
  • Kitchen
  • Shower
  • WiFi


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Jaime
    November 10, 2016, 5:13 pm

    That’s KOI pond… Koi are ornamental goldfish. I doubt the pond is all that shy (coy).

    It’s very pretty – I’ll give it that. I’ve always ben fond of Japanese design – though this seems more inspired by Japan and China than representative of either…

    I’m assuming that the toilet and shower are behind that shoji door between the cabinet with the vessel sink and the counter with the mini fridge and the toaster oven. Great for a night or two, but for me, anyway, not adequate for full time living.

    • Natalie
      November 11, 2016, 4:20 am

      Yes I think it was designed with just a couple nights in mind 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

    November 11, 2016, 10:58 pm

    Aww cool….! I like that, a little touch of the orient…!

    November 18, 2016, 3:55 pm

    Bamboo, huh? Not bad for the way it’s built. Will it be warm enough for cool nights, I wonder? I give it a two thumbs up!

    • Natalie
      November 21, 2016, 11:00 am

      I’m sure they have some kind of heating system 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Sandi B
    January 16, 2017, 4:02 am

    I will say this is interesting. However, I think for $145.00 per night it could minimally have more comfortable seating than a couple of wooden chairs with strung canvas seating and a thin throw pillow! Koi (coy) pond or no ( I take it the KOI pond is that little wooden barrel by the stairs, hardly a KOI pond I feel sorry for the KOI – they deserve better this is fish cruelty unless they are artificial fish — I think I would feel sorry for them too). Let’s be real, LOL –, This is a commercial venture and should be a little more accommodating. There is not even a small table where you could sit and enjoy your toaster oven breakfast/lunch/dinner/snack, also to have to use the same sink to wash dishes and brush your teeth, as appears to be the case, the later in front of whoever is there, visitors maybe, is not my cup of tea. If this was a person’s abode I would not say anything, except ask that they find a better place for the KOI — however it isn’t, again, it is a commercial enterprise where they should know better, the unit looks flimsy and is poorly designed for it’s purpose.

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