Based in a converted vacuum cleaner factory, the hotel is the brainchild of Silke Lorenzen and Sarah Vollmer.
Ms Lorenzen said: ‘We wanted to preserve the integrity of the building but at the same time create a communal atmosphere for guests.
‘Where people actually meet each other and not only get a key at reception and disappear in their rooms forever.
‘We thought about a room-in-room concept and decided to build little wooden cabins in the hall.
‘But we wanted more flexibility inside the place so it could be used for events of all kind as well so decided to put wheels under the cabins.
‘It was then we realised there are already cabins with wheels – caravans.’
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