The smallest hotel in the world in Germany
Eh’häusl does not have many rooms when the façade is wider than 2.4 meters, the total floor area of about 53 square meters.
Eh’häusl is a red-painted house in the town of Amberg, (Bavaria, southeastern Germany), holding the Guinness record since 2008 as the smallest hotel in the world, with a total floor area of about 53 square meters. This hotel has a frontage of more than 2.4 meters, sandwiched between two larger buildings. Photo: Alamy.
In the local language, the name of the hotel means the wedding house in the 18th or 19th century. It has been a house owned by a couple since 1728 to circumvent the laws of German marriage in the past. . In the early 18th century, young couples wishing to marry in the city needed to prove their title to land. When married, the owner sold it to another couple. Photo: Uniq Hotels.
Despite its modest size, this hotel is a romantic getaway for couples or couples seeking private space. Inside there is a bedroom, a living room, a bathroom, a breakfast room and a lobby. Photo: Uniq Hotels.
The hotel features a flat-screen TV, small spa, fireplace and comfy lounge chairs. Photo: Michael Rehle / Reuters.
Today, leading architects have upgraded hotel interiors to create a more luxurious and modern space. Photo: Michael Rehle / Reuters.
An overnight stay here costs 240 Euro. Renters can use the entire hotel. Photo: Michaela Rehle / Reuters.
Room rate is inclusive of a breakfast. Photo: Pauli Startup.
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