Welcome to the lovely Portland Tiny Home Hotel

Don’t know if a tiny home is for you? Give one a test run at the Caravan Tiny Home Hotel.
Located in Portland, Oregon, Caravan began as a project between Deb Delman and Kol Peterson that opened July 2013. Both had built their own Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) in 2010, documenting it in a blog and have had a passion for tiny homes ever since. Deb and Kol purchased a lot formerly owned by the restaurant Radio Room. After long hours of discussion with city officials on whether the project could be done, they were able to start the project in spring of 2013. Deb and Kol credit their success to their experience in urban planning, education, and of course their love of tiny homes.
Currently, Caravan has six different styles of homes to rent out: the Rosebud ($145/night), the Pacifica ($165/night), the Caboose, the Skyline, the Tandem, and Kangablue (all $155/night). 
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Their rates are based on 2 guests per unit. For extra guests over the age of 10, there’s an additional $25 fee per guest. Some tiny homes also allow friendly and house-trained dogs for an additional $25 fee. For bookings on Fridays and Saturdays, there’s a two-night minimum stay, but reservations Sunday through Thursday only require a one-day reservation. All of the tiny homes have running water, a kitchen, electric heat, shower and a flushing toilet. To see the homes in more detail, read below:
The Rosebud
The Rosebud is 120 square feet features charming Mason jar lights, river rock counter tops and a pull-out table on wheels. 
Pacifica 
The Pacifica is a very recent addition to the hotel. With a cedar-shingled exterior built on a 10-foot wide single axle trailer, it's great to accommodate guests in wheelchairs. 
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Caboose

This tiny home is 28 feet long by 8.5 feet wide, the largest it can be for towing on public roads without a special permit.
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