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A European hospitality startup using tiny homes as boutique remote hotel rooms is seeing huge success - see inside its cabins

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Noel Richter
German hospitality startup Raus is putting tiny home cabins in remote destinations near Berlin.
Raus has a roughly 2,600-person waitlist and plans to open in 50 locations by the end of 2022.
Its most recent cabin was fully booked within 48 hours.
Why stay in a five-star hotel surrounded by other guests when you can vacation in a tiny cabin in the middle of nowhere? Noel Richter If you've been asking yourself this since the start of the summer travel boom, you're not alone. Noel Richter In October 2021, German hospitality startup Raus began placing cabin rentals in remote...
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