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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Suitcase Hotel In Luzenau, Germany

Although I would like to stay a little closer to home, I couldn't pass up sharing the world's smallest hotel in Luzenau, Germany, with you.

Some people may be living out of a suitcase, but how would you like to stay in one? This nine by five feet space is an actual hotel and shaped like a suitcase, hence the name.

It offers two bunk beds, a sink, and a toilet and costs a little over $20 per person per night. Don't bother to unpack; there is no room to put anything. You may be able to shove your suitcase under the bed.

This smallest hotel was built in 2004 and is located near the railway museum and restaurant which belong to the same owner. When given a large suitcase, which used to be on display in the museum, he decided to turn it into a hotel.

In case you want to clean up than you can make use of the outdoor shower. It is not very big either, but it serves the purpose.

Don't mistake the writings and drawings on the walls of the hotel for graffiti. Those are the comments and findings of several of the 3,000 people from across the globe that stayed there before you.

Yup, the guestbook is inside your room. How accommodating!

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