Norblad Hotel opts for minimalist, affordable rooms on the Oregon coast

He and business partner Brian Faherty converted 15 rooms around the perimeter of the upper floor into stripped-down, minimalist hotel rooms, maintaining the other 16 on the interior as short-term residential units. Most rooms share hallway bathrooms and showers, and the small communal area near the front desk serves as a gathering place for everyone in the building.
That approach isn’t for everyone, but if guests are willing to relinquish traditional hotel amenities – as well as a little privacy – the Norblad is able to keep nightly rates much lower than at most competing hotels, resorts and more at

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