The Best (Really) Little Hotels in the World
These stunningly sexy, diminutive vacation retreats pack maximum comfort—blissful beds, chic design, and unbelievable views—into minimal space. Yes, big luxury can come in small packages.
Juvet Landscape Hotel
With wraparound picture windows and mid-century-style furnishings, the seven 290-square-foot cabins that make up the Juvet feel like mini versions of Philip Johnson's Glass House. All the structures, designed by the Norwegian firm Jensen & Skodvin, look directly into the remote wilderness, 300 miles from Oslo—where you can go grouse hunting or white-water rafting. While the furnishings are punctuated by Scandinavian favorites like Stokke and L.K. Hjelle lounge chairs, the subdued decor is designed to keep the focus on the awe-inspiring view. The only thing you won't see is your neighbors, unless you head to the spa or the restaurant serving Nordic fare in a former barn.