Microhotels have started popping up in big cities like New York and London in an attempt to bring down the accommodation cost for young tourists who don’t need huge rooms on their travels.
They are the answer to the millennials’ problem of affordable travel that was nearly impossible for those not interested to stay in hostels and share rooms with as many as a dozen other people.
One such hotel is Arlo NoMad, located in NYC. There are similar ones around the world, including One Bunk in Tijuana, Mexico and The Modernist in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Small rooms and spacious common areas prove to be the winning formula for many young travelers today, so it’s no surprise that hotels like this keep appearing all around the world.
Have you visited a microhotel yet?