Remember how you had so much fun hanging out in a makeshift house high up in a tree? You used to have secret stuff stashed away under one of the loose planks, right? Now that you’re an adult though, do you think you could relive those memories and stay in an actual treehouse? Surprisingly, you can with some of the most awesome treetop hotels.
Bangkok Tree House – Bangkok Thailand
They have 12 rooms that are hung up 23ft in the sky. They also have this one room called “View with a Room” that has no walls or ceiling. This hotel started operating in 2012 and was inspired by Thoreau’s Walden Pond. If you fancy a chic treetop room for your holiday in Thailand, then this elevated oasis is for you.
Cost per night: Starts from $125
Sanya Nanshan Treehouse Resort and Beach Club – Hainan Island, China
This beach club in the sky has a total of four rooms with heights that vary. This hotel can accommodate up to 20 guests over its three levels. One reason to stay here is that it offers astonishing views of the South China Sea as well as the 5,000-acre Buddhist and ecological theme park with botanical gardens, temples and pagodas.
Cost per night: Starts from $96
Nothofagus Hotel & Spa – Neltume, Chile
This treetop hotel reaches seven stories and has 55 rooms. Each room has floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies to give you excellent views of the Patagonian Andes and Mocho Choshuenco Volcano. Below, there are rainforest showers, two restaurants as well as a pool and spa.
Cost per night: Starts from $315
Chateaux dans les Arbes in the Dordogne – Nojals-et-Clotte, France
This posh treehouse hotel is built on stilts among oak and chestnut trees, but is not as high as other treetop accommodation. It has three elevated castle houses that were modeled after a traditional French chateaux. It has three rooms, plus a terraced hot tub and ground-level infinity pool.
Cost per night: Starts from $325
Free Spirit Spheres – Vancouver Island, British Columbia
What’s unique about this hotel is that the rooms are not your typical treetop accommodation. The rooms are shaped like spheres and suspended like pendants with a web of rope 10 to 15 feet above ground. Now, imagine being rocked to sleep in a floating orb in a forest. Shouldn’t that be enough reason to check out this treehouse hotel?
Cost per night: Starts from $155
There’s still so many elevated accommodation options around the world. If you’re looking for a unique holiday experience, then you should book a room at one of these establishments right away.
Photos by: Joshua Ludwig, Nicolás Boullosa, gail, Roman Boed