If you’re looking for a truly unique getaway, here are some incredible treehouse hotels you’ll love. These handpicked hotels have a fairytale-come-true, dreamy vibe. Be at one with nature in luxury with these fabulous eco-designs. Here is a list of six treehouse hotels you need to see:
TreeHouse Point is located just 30 minutes from Seattle in a beautiful forest along the Raging River – an easy escape from the hustle and bustle of the city! TreeHouse Point is an out-of-this-world bed and breakfast which has been featured on Animal Planet’s show Treehouse Masters. TreeHouse Point offers a variety of tree houses to stay in such as Bonbibi and Trillium.
Trillium, the wooden two-storey house, is perched 16ft high in a majestic cedar tree. On the second floor is a queen-sized bed that offers you a bird’s-eye view of the forest canopy. Additionally, the walls of windows (a total of 80) let in natural light and offer a fantastic view of the surrounding northwestern area.
Another interesting property at TreeHouse Point is the Temple of the Blue Moon. To enter this tree house is an adventure – you walk across the famous swinging bridge! The modern treehouse includes reading chairs, a writing desk, a bookcase and a queen-sized bed. The Temple of the Blue Moon also has a deck on which you can listen to the soothing sounds of the river below. Who knows, you may just write your masterpiece here!
Post Ranch Inn
High atop the cliffs of Big Sur, you can find an ocean view sanctuary that sits 1200 feet above the Pacific Ocean. Post Ranch Inn is located on Highway One (one of the world’s most iconic drives) and set among gorgeous state parks, beaches and waterfalls. The sanctuary comes with views of the majestic mountains and the ocean. The green design of the architecture, with its earth tones and emphasis on sustainable materials, makes the hotel blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape. The designers wanted you to feel like you’re a part of nature, not just a passive observer. With 40 innovative rooms to choose from, this is a dreamy California getaway!
Hotel Costa Verde
This one-of-a-kind hotel is only 3 miles from the village of Quepos, making this Costa Rica ecohotel a perfect place to escape to for some peace and quiet. Hotel Costa Verde is on a coastal rainforest bluff settled between Manuel Antonio National Park and the coastal Pacific Ocean, giving you incredible views of the surrounding areas. Each room offers a bird’s eye view of the coastal Pacific Ocean or overlooks the rainforest canopy – feast your eyes while you make friends with sloths, monkeys, and toucans.
One of the hotel’s quirky experiences is the 727 Fuselage – the most exclusive hotel suite in Costa Rica. This is refurbished vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe, perched among the trees – the feeling that you’re almost flying is surreal! Settled on the edge of the National Park, it sits on a 50-foot pedestal, allowing you 360-degree views of the jungle and the coastline. From the 727 fuselage home, Cockpit Cottage and C-123 plane at El Avión, to the train cars at La Cantina & El Wagon Restaurants to the “Queen” Banana Boat Tender, Costa Verde has taken abandoned things destined for the scrap heap and turned them into beautiful and useful attractions that amaze, educate and create new value. This takes recycling to a whole new level!
Costa Rica Tree House
Tree House Lodge is committed to leaving the minimum possible trace of their existence and to be as ecofriendly and sustainable as possible. The hidden gem is located on a 10-acre ocean-front property on Punta Uva beach, just south of Puerto Viejo on the south Caribbean coast.
Punta Uva is considered as one of the best beaches in the country and with your own beach access and 300 meter beach front, this is definitely a romantic getaway! The treehouse stands on tall stilts and blends into the surrounding forest. A cool suspended bridge leads to the treehouse’s entrance. All of the furniture in the tree house is hand carved and there are no glass windows, however, there are screens to prevent bugs from getting in.
The stunning Playa Viva is a sustainable boutique hotel and yoga retreat located on the western coast of Mexico, just 35 minutes south of Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa International Airport. This gorgeous property is nestled between the coast of the colossal Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Madre Mountains. Think coastal forest that is home to amazing wildlife, a turtle sanctuary and an Aztec archeological site.
This 200-acre property remains warm and sunny with a semi-tropical climate and even during the rainy season this beautiful Mexican property flourishes with flower blossoms, birds, and butterflies. One of their many attractions is their Treehouse room. The tree house is perched 6 feet above the ground that gives you an unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean. The tree house has a king size bed, a private bathroom and a lounge area that is fitted with an in-floor hammock.
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Under the green canopy of the Gul Mohr Tree in leafy Wayanad, Kerala, sits Tranquilitree – 45 feet above the ground. The Tranquil tree house is settled on 3 trees and the entire tree house measures 517 sq.ft. This is all about the intimacy of a home stay on a 400-acre private coffee and spices plantation!
Tranquil Resort offers six kinds of accommodation – the Tree Villa, Tree House, Luxury Suite, Deluxe Room and Garden Rooms where you will be Surrounded by coffee, pepper, areca nut and fruit plantations. Insect screens drape the openings to allow natural ventilation as well as sunlight to naturally light up the interior. The tree house overlooks a valley giving you an obstructed view of the surrounding area.