Everyone remembers either wanting or having a tree house when they were young. But as adults we need more than a few planks of wood attached to a branch to tempt us up into the treetops. So let’s have a look at 10 most excellent tree house hotels around the world.
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Treehotel in Harads, Sweden. Costing from $550 per night, staying in this UFO look-a-like in a pine forest is an experience not to be missed for sci-fi fans.
Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Get rocked to sleep in a hanging sphere for only $155 per night, located in an old-growth forest.
Treehouse Point, Issaquah, Seattle. Looking for a rustic type treehouse hotel? For only $195 per night, you get authentic looking cabins with a modern twist in the inside.
Chateaux dans les Abres in the Dordogne, Nojals-et-Clotte, France. Stay in a treehouse modelled after a French castle from only $325 per night. Not suspended in a tree, these rooms are built on stilts.
Finca Bellavista, Golfito, Costa Rica. Costing only $50 per night, you get to stay 90 feet above the ground in a Costa Rica rainforest.
Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica Canopy Tree House, Puerto Maldonado, Peru. At $400 per night, this treehouse is connected to a suspension bridge which goes through a 103 feet canopy walk. You even get walkie talkies to use so you can talk to the staff!
Sanya Nanshan Treehouse Resort and Beach Club, Hainan Island, China. Stay in the middle of a Buddhist and ecological theme park from $96 per night. The treehouses are built into old tamarind trees and allow views of the South China Sea.
Nothofagus Hotel & Spa, Neltume, Chile. Stay in one of the 55 rooms, located over seven floors from $315 per night. View a volcano and mountain range, while enjoying a rainforest shower.
Bangkok Tree House, Bangkok, Thailand. Stay in a double bed floating on water from only $125 per night or a treehouse suspended up to 23 feet in the air. Not for everyone, this treehouse hotel is Avant guard!
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel, Manaus, Brazil. With 268 treetop rooms, this is the largest treehouse hotel in the world. Costing from $476 per night, most rooms are at canopy level and offer views of the jungle and Nero River.
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