You might have already learned about the Tiny House Hotel in Laura’s recent post.
I’ve even featured a few of their tiny houses recently including the Miter Box.
The best part is that you (and anyone else) can stay in these awesome little homes.
Almost two years ago I blogged about giant sewage tubes being turned into a tiny house hotel in Mexico.
Today, so far, we’ve got three stick built tiny houses on trailers in Portland, Oregon as the country’s first official “Tiny House Hotel.”
And I’ll bet there’s more in the works. But anyways, let me introduce you to the owners and creators of this magnificent place.
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I encourage you to learn more about the Tiny House Hotel below:
Welcome to the Tiny House Hotel!
So let me show you the “rooms”..
1. The Rosebud Tiny Home
Check availability and book the Rosebud tiny house at the hotel in Portland, OR right here.
2. The Pearl: Modern Cabin on Wheels
I’ve already featured the Pearl (also known as the Miter Box) on this blog post at Tiny House Talk.
Notice in the photos above and below how they used a steel frame to save a significant amount of space in the sleeping loft. Pretty smart move I’d say instead of trying to frame it using wood. What do you think?
Book your stay in the Pearl right here.
3. The Tandom Tiny Cabin Hotel on a Trailer in Portland
Check availability and book your stay in the Tandem here.
Whenever I go to Portland, Oregon for the first time I’m definitely going to book a stay here. How about you?
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