15 Tiny Hotels Around The World That You Need to Visit

15 Tiny Hotels Around The World That You Need to Visit

From enclosed tubes overlooking stunning landscapes, to fiber glass tree cabins, to piled shipping containers, tiny hotels are getting lots of media attention for their unique architecture. These tiny but incredibly unique hotels are located throughout the world and promise to take your traveling experiences to a whole new level.

Hotel Central & Cafe (Denmark)

If you’re looking for a unique hotel experience where you can enjoy the privacy and VIP feeling of having the entire hotel for yourself, then Hotel Central and Cafe is perfect for you. This cafe and hotel literally offers only one bedroom, complete with a bathroom, television and even a mini bar! You will never forget your hotel room number on this one.

Treebones Resort (California)

The charm of this hotel is its simple but unique set up that allows guests to enjoy the amenities of staying in a hotel, but still get that outdoorsy feel of being in a camp at the same time. The Treebones Resort is popular for its yurt village where guests have their own private yurts. The “Human Nest” is another resort attraction from which you can enjoy a stunning view of the beach from, yes you guessed it, a gigantic nest. Treebones Resort offers the unique blend of warmth and excitement of being outdoor, but still has the refreshing relaxed vibe of staying in your own private space.

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel (Finland)

Enjoy the view of a snow-covered landscape in the morning and marvel at the beauty of the Northern Lights at night– this is what Arctic TreeHouse Hotel takes pride in. They offer a high class hotel service experience, from their elegant cozy suites to their world-class restaurant. The Arctic TreeHouse Hotel will let you de-stress, and enjoy the beauty of nature from the comfort of your own hotel room.

Getaway House (New York)

If you’re overwhelmed with the daily grind, you can get away and camp in the woods in the Getaway House. These houses are strategically scattered in wooded areas in Massachusetts and New York. The Getaway House will allow you to camp and relax without the hassle of bringing your own tools and tents.

Contain Hotel (Czech Republic)

The Contain Hotel is a unique and practical establishment made of stacked shipping containers. It offers 5 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 13 guests. Despite the rather unique material and architecture, the contain hotel provides a cozy atmosphere and a pleasant waterfront landscape view.

Free Spirit Spheres (Canada)

Bring out the tree-hugger in you, by enjoying a stay in suspended tree houses in the rainforest of British Columbia, Canada. Free Spirit Spheres offer sturdy and resilient spherical tree houses, with wooden and functional interior. They offer three spheres that can accommodate 8 people all in all.

Tubo Tulum (Mexico)

The Tubo Tulum hotel in Mexico is an extremely unique space where your rooms are made out of concrete tubes. In this hotel, guests can enjoy fully air-conditioned rooms with wi-fi, cook their favorite food in the large kitchen, and lounge in the common area.

Autocamp (California)

Autocamp encourage its guests to listen to the wanderlust within them and enjoy the outdoors through their Airstream trailers.

Snoozebox (United Kingdom)

Ever want to have a hotel in your back yard, or the neighboring forest? — That’s the idea behind Snoozebox. They create mini accommodations out of shipping containers, which is perfect for events where guests would want to stay overnight or for a couple of days in a specific location.

El Cosmico (Texas)

Popularly known as the nomadic hotel, the El Cosmico hotel consists of comfortable trailer shelters, yurts, tepees, safari tents, and normal tents. They offer a comfortable relaxed vibe that allows guests to take a minute from their fast-paced life, disconnect, and enjoy the outdoors.

Drop Box

Drop Box allows you to be where you want to be and still enjoy a luxurious unique stay. It’s an innovative, sustainable and functional modular space that can shelter a family of four, whenever and wherever.

Fireside Resort (Wyoming)

Choose your own cabin and enjoy a cozy rustic stay in the Fireside Resort. Each cabin has a sleek, elegant architecture, a kitchen, and snuggly king-size beds so you can have a relaxing stay with the ones you love.

Manhausen Island Resort (Norway)

“Where the sea and mountains meet” The Manhausen Island Resort offers sea cabins with large glass windows, so you can relish the captivating view of the sea and mountains. Each cabin has two bedrooms, as well as their own kitchen and bathroom. During your stay, you can go diving, kayaking, cycling or climbing, during any season and enjoy the beautiful wonders of nature. And when you feel like going back to rest, you can expect to get a restful slumber in your snuggly bed in your cabin.

Bergaliv Landscape Hotel (Sweden)

If you’re planning to get away in the countryside, Bergaliv Landscape Hotel can provide you, your own private functional space. This hotel can accommodate one couple at a time. It has a simple minimalistic interior, but if you go a few steps to the large glass window, you’ll see a beautiful landscape view that can ease every ounce of stress.

The Boot Bed’n’Breakfast (New Zealand)

The Boot Bed’n’Breakfast is a cottage where you can enjoy a warm snuggly evening by the fire, and have your tea or coffee in the mini bar. It has a large bedroom with a queen-size bed, and a Juliet balcony.

The beauty in traveling is that it can make you feel excited and alive.  You can meet new people, and have new experiences that can change your life. So, if you’ve never embraced traveling, maybe this is the perfect time for you to discover yourself and explore places you’ve never seen before.

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Cave Tubing in Belize

Cave Tubing in Belize

You guys know I’m always up for adventure and from what I’ve heard, Cave Tubing in Belize is a once in a lifetime experience. While I have done some cave tubing in New Zealand, I recently learned that this is a fairly rare experience offered in only a few countries and Belize takes the cake. In fact, people come from all over the world, just to experience tubing through caves (who would have guessed!). Needless to say, it is one of the most popular adventures in Belize, and one that I’m looking forward to trying very soon!

                Source: Belize Fun Tours

                Source: Tripadvisor

The original and most popular float is 7 miles long through the locally proclaimed “River of Caves”. The underground floating adventure puts you in an inner tube with just a headlamp and life jacket. Which sounds remarkably right up my alley!


While there are many beautiful cave features to see, such as underground waterfalls and stalactites.  There are also opportunities to float into a crystal cathedral-the resting place of many Mayans who were sacrificed to the gods during periods of drought. In fact, these caves were thought to be the entrance to hell to the Mayans, which is why during hard times they would bring offerings to these locations to appease the gods causing the devastation.

So, essentially, you’re cruising through hell on an inner tube with only a headlamp! I can’t wait!

If this sounds like an adventure you’re also interested in, there are many tour packages available.  Tours typically range from $50 to $95 per person. I’m planning on doing the full 7-mile river tubing experience (which is the costlier $95), you can read about that option here

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How To Pack Your Carry On Like A Pro

How To Pack Your Carry On Like A Pro

Packing a carry-on properly is the key to having a stress-free travel. Things are so much simpler when everything you need is within reach – your glasses to read that book you’ve been dying to finish, your phone to check some e-mails, or a sweater to keep your body warm during the flight.

While carry-ons can make your life much easier, packing them is not always easy. There may be times that you’re so preoccupied with other stuff and you forget to bring some important items. I’m pretty sure you’ve experienced rummaging through your bag for that missing earring or mascara, only to remember you left it at home.

Don’t worry, we’re all guilty of packing bags at the last minute – especially during the holiday season. You’re not alone! To help you pack your carry-on the right way, I have compiled three different tips for organizing all your stuff while traveling.

Before I give you more details, here are a few of the things you should put in your bag right now so you don’t’ forget!

  • Wallet
  • ID
  • Flight documents
  • Gadgets (i.e. smartphone, laptop or tablet)
  • Accessories for gadgets (i.e. charger, headphone, etc.)
  • Toiletries and make-up
  • Extra clothing
  • Scarf or sweater for cold flights

Now that you have those things, it’s now time for the organizing part. Let me share with you my short and easy-to-follow tips for a great carry-on.

Sort your items using pouches or small bags.

You may be thinking, “How can I become organized if I use more things? Wouldn’t that add to clutter inside?” You can never have too many bags. I prefer using these bags that are made for traveling, but you can use anything you currently have- just remember that their purpose is to separate the contents of your carry-on bag. Put your gadgets and accessories in one bag, your extra clothing in another and your toiletries in another.  Sorting your items in this fashion will also enable you to quickly find whatever you’re looking for.

I have bags similar to these….

Stash what you don’t need at the bottom.

My second tip is this: put what you don’t need at the bottom. You will save more time if you arrange your things by how you need them. The ones you rarely use or do not need during the flight should stay at the bottom.

Items you will need to access right away should be packed last, so they will end up at the top and/or easy-access compartments. Examples of what you should place at the top include your ID, flight documents, eyeglass and ticket.

Pockets are not just designs – use them.

I’m sure you know people who don’t even think of using compartments in their carry-on bags. Some even go out of their way and buy bags without pockets because of how they look. Pockets are there for a reason! Small knick-knacks will surely fit on those pockets, so you can organize them into the bag.

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