If you love , prepare to swoon for this hotel. Sandwiched between a couple of bigger buildings in Amberg, Germany is the perfect little getaway for two. And we do mean little. The red-hued measures just eight feet wide (!), and 570 square feet (or 53 square meters) total, making it the smallest hotel in the world, according to .
The mini inn includes a foyer, sitting room, fireside lounge, bathroom, bedroom, and even a whirlpool. The maximum occupancy is two, but that's not the only reason it's the perfect place for a honeymoon or romantic night away.
It turns out, Eh'häusl actually means "wedding house". Back in 1728 when , the council of the town required couples intending to marry to produce a certificate of property. To get around this rule, one clever merchant slapped together two walls and a roof in an 8.2-foot alley between two other houses. It worked—and Eh'häusl continued to be sold to subsequent brides- and grooms-to-be to serve as their own proof of land ownership.
The charming tradition has since ended, and in 2008, the house was completely refurbished to the cute, cozy retreat it is today. Eh'häusl can be booked for 240,00 €, or about $280 USD a day.
Vacation for two, anyone?