The tiny house is actually behind a bar and is available for rent as a hotel room. In the video below, you’ll get an honest review from a tiny house enthusiast who spent a couple of nights there.
The Escape Traveler XL Tiny House Experience in Las Vegas
Still Considering Going Tiny?
If you’re considering going tiny at some point in the future, one of the best ways to start figuring everything out is to start spending a few nights in different tiny homes whenever you have the chance.
Try Tiny Before You Commit to Tiny!
This way you can test out the experience of living tiny while gaining some insight as to what you want and don’t want in your tiny house. And who knows, you may even find that it’s NOT something you want to do altogether, right? That’s why we have our Tiny House Vacations section — so you can find a tiny house to try out before you commit to buying or building one.
Video Review of Escape Traveler XL Tiny House Experience in Las Vegas
Have You Spent the Night in a Tiny House Yet?
If so, how did you like it? If not, when are you going to do it? Let me know in the comments!
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