Travel Spotlight: Tiny House Hotel

written by Kjersten Hellis | photos by Tim LaBarge


Portland natives take pride in the city’s quirky side. Tiny House Hotel is no exception, keeping Portland weird while providing a unique experience for guests. Choose from six hand-crafted tiny-trailers that circle a gathering space with a fire pit. There are several styles to choose from. The Pacifica is a rustic-style caravan with wood paneling and stained glass windows while the Caboose is more modern, with red velvet upholstery and an overall polished look. No need to worry about roughing it though, because each tiny house has a shower, toilet, heating, and a small kitchen. The hotel is located in the heart of the Alberta Arts District, an area bustling with local bars, galleries and restaurants.

Caravan, The Tiny House Hotel on NE Alberta St. in Portland.
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