Minimal Space, Maximum Comfort: The Smallest Hotels in the World

Most people believe that “bigger is better” and this can often ring true when it comes to hotel rooms. Still, is so much space needed while travelling? Whether you are on business or a holiday, most people don’t spend all that much time in their hotel room while away.

Size doesn’t always matter when it comes to hotel rooms. Sometimes ambience, experience, some comfort, simple amenities, and just a bed are all you need.

10. Abu Ali’s VW Beetle

Raise your hand if you’ve ever slept in the back of your car for a night? Then you might be a traveler interested in checking out Abu Ali’s VW Beetle hotel!

Opened in 2011, the car was converted into a hotel room and sits along the roadside of Al Jaya, a village in the Jordanian desert. The VW Beetle hotel can only accommodate two guests per stay and costs 40 Jordanian Dinars (approximately $56 USD). Still, guests are not only given a good night’s sleep under the stars of the desert, owner Abu Ali offers tea, coffee, and Jordanian snacks to all who stay at the Beetle hotel.

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