One of the most innovative and coolest hotels we've ever seen is situated in an unassuming lot in northeast Portland, Oregon: , the Tiny House Hotel, claims to be the first of its kind in the U.S., and is making waves among followers of the . For $125 a night, you can stay in one of the property's six tiny houses, each built on wheels and outfitted with a bathroom, kitchen, and sleeping loft.
Resembling connected train cars, the tiny houses form a small half-circle, in the middle of which is a gathering space where guests can hang out around the hotel's fire pit. Caravan is also within walking distance of several restaurants, stores, and shops in Portland's eclectic arts district.
Read on to take a peek inside four of Caravan's residences.
Though clocks in at a mere 140-square-feet, it can sleep up to four people.
A peek into the entrance of The Caboose reveals the kitchen area, a ladder to the sleeping loft, the bathroom, and bunk beds.
Known as the "cupola," the middle area of The Caboose features red accents in the kitchen and two twin-size bunk beds—perfect for kids.
According to Caravan's website, each house is stocked with an alarm clock, as well as extra blankets, sheets, and pillowcases.
, one of the newest additions to the hotel, takes up all of 160 square feet.
A more eclectically designed space, Skyline's flooring is made of salvaged decking wood, while its roof is comprised of recycled refrigerator panels.
A small window in the kitchen offers outdoor views while guests are cooking or washing up.
A bar area provides ample space for reading, writing, or enjoying a meal.
At 160 square feet, the house is one of the bigger homes at Caravan.
Green and blue accents add pops of color to the Tandem home.
A spacious kitchen counter provides plenty of space for cooking prep.
Caravan includes books, games, and maps of Portland in each of its tiny houses.
This day bed's trundle is one of Tandem's queen beds; the other is in the second-floor sleeping loft.
The 100-square-foot residence is one of two homes at Caravan that allows dogs.
Due to its ultra-small square footage, Caravan recommends that only one or two people stay within Rosebud's quarters.
A reading nook provides guests with a cozy place to curl up.
Mason jar sconces and rustic surfaces add a woodsy element to the kitchen.
A ladder leads to Rosebud's sleeping loft.
For more information on Caravan, or to plan your own visit, check out the hotel's .
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