This is The Ritz tiny house experience in Orlando, Florida. It’s a beautiful tiny home on wheels that you can book for vacation on Airbnb. If you’ve ever wanted to try out a tiny house for the first time, this one seems like it would leave you with a pretty good impression. It’s part of the Orlando Lakefront tiny house community.
When you step inside, you’ll immediately notice the abundance of windows and natural light (including several skylights). Plus you’ve got a panoramic view of the lake. On top of that, you’ve got a cozy daybed, full kitchen, full bath with flush toilet, and two sleeping lofts. Please, take a look below, and let us know what you think. And if you like it enough, you could even book your next vacation in it.
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Stylish Ritz tiny house on wheels vacation experience in Orlando, Florida lakefront community
More pillows for comfort. If you hate lofts, this can also be your bedroom, hehe.😊
How do you like the french doors?
A view from the main loft
This unit has a mini-split A/C as you can see…
Lots of windows… It also seems like the walls were finished with tile.
Storage staircase to the main loft
Sleeping lofts aren’t for everyone, but this one seems pretty nice. You could sleep in the daybed too!
Bathroom w/ flush toilet, vanity, and shower
A closet to hang your clothes. You don’t always get these in tiny homes.
The TV swivels so you can enjoy it up in the loft or from the living area/kitchen. That’s cool!
A shot of the Ritz THOW in the evening
What do you think? Is this a good design for you?
I can see some nice sunsets/sunrises here
Outdoor furniture to enjoy
Fresh mulch and plants…
Wonderfully nestled with other THOWs
Another view of the other tiny homes here
Lakefront tiny houses😍
Do you think you can live in this tiny house design/layout?
So do you think you can see yourself living in a tiny house like this? Where would you sleep? In the daybed or in one of the lofts? If this layout doesn’t work, what do you think you would have to change to make it work better for you? Just curious (and to try and help you figure this tiny thing out, hehe.
Around $78/night to stay in this one… do you want to stay here or would you rather find another design/layout?
At $78 per night, I think it’s a pretty good deal and a great way to get to try out a really nice tiny house in a pretty cool area too! But we have lots of other tiny house vacations you can check out too.
Our big thanks to Orlando Lakefront for sharing!
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