There's only room for two.

By Andrea Romano
July 24, 2017
Credit: Courtesy of Eh’häusl Hotel

You definitely won’t find a cozier hotel anywhere else in the world.

The Eh’häusl Hotel in Amberg, Germany, holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest hotel, with a total floorspace of just 173 square feet (53 square meters).

The teeny, tiny hotel, which measures about eight feet wide, is sandwiched between two larger buildings — which, practically any building can be considered “larger” in context.

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The name of the hotel roughly translated to “marriage” house or “matrimonial” house in the 18th or 19th century in the local vernacular, and it’s easy to see why. The hotel is too small to accommodate more than two guests at any given time.

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Despite seeming a little cramped, the hotel is quite an adorable getaway for an individual or couple looking for some privacy.

The itty bitty hotel has a flat screen TV, a mini spa with a rainbow colored whirlpool, and several other amenities for its guests like a nice, romantic fireplace and salon.

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Clearly you don’t need a giant suite to feel like you’re basking in luxury.