“I wanted to start a project that improves its situation and places it on the tourism map, because it truly overlooks some of the most beautiful scenery in the region,” the 64-year-old Jordanian Mohammed Al-Malahim told CNN. 

Guests check into the VW hotel by visiting a cave nearby which acts as the hotel lobby.

Along with embroidered doonas, guest also have access to a mini fridge, a television, WiFi and even two bicycles to help guests get around the area.

Called Baldwin’s Grotto, the VW hotel is named in homage to Baldwin I of Jarusalem, known for the castle he built in 1115.

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The ‘lobby’ is also home to many thank-you notes and photographs left by happy travellers.

According to the Guinness World Book of Records, the VW Beetle isn’t technically the world’s smallest hotel – that title belongs to Eh’hausl in Germany, which is just 173 square feet – but we love Al-Malahim’s commitment and creativity anyway.

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