Tree houses worldwide
Hotels on trees have luxury bedding, air conditioning and pool
Options range from the Amazon jungle to the forests of Sweden and England. They offer suspended walkways, dining on deck and massage.
Promising contact with nature and the redemption of childhood magic – but with enough comfort to meet demanding adults – hotels around the world offer luxury accommodation in houses built on trees.
Featuring air conditioning, fireplace, swimming pool and terrace, the tree houses are built atop tropical trees, pine trees in Sweden or ebony in Zambia. Here are some options:
Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica (Peru)
Located in a private ecological reserve in the region of the Tambopata National Reserve in Peru, the treehouse hotel occupies an area of 17 thousand hectares of forest. Some of the rooms are cabins on tree tops. The place also has walkways that connect a tree to the other, from which you can see the forest and the animals.
Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma (Zambia)
The hotel Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma is in a national park 20 km away from the famous Victoria Falls. Connected by wooden walkways, the 12 main accommodations are suspended in ebony by a river. All have air conditioning and private deck. Upon request, you can request a special dinner on the deck.
Chewton Glen (England)
The tree houses, up to 172 m² in size, have private balconies and large windows overlooking the valley around. According to the text of the hotel presentation, which is located in the New Forest National Park, “everything goes to the guest”: breakfast is served in the cabin and you can order other meals, as well as massages and beauty treatments in the room. if the person wants to go to the main building, you can do it on foot or in golf carts.
Ariaú Amazon Towers (Brazil)
Brazil also has its version of this type of hotel. Built on wood stilts up to the treetops, the hotel is located in the city of Iranduba, Amazonas, has served as a backdrop for films like “Anaconda” and the basis for international reality shows such as “Survivor.” The “Tarzan suites” have queen beds, living room, bathroom and balcony. From the treehouses or strolling through the hotel’s facilities, guests can watch monkeys, macaws, parrots and pink river dolphins, among other animals.
Tsala Treetop Lodge (South Africa)
Stone, wood and glass made, the tree houses of this hotel in Plettenberg Bay region have one or two bedrooms, bathroom and spacious living room with fireplace. Each also has a deck with private pool. On days when the weather is nice, guests can eat at an outdoor table, located on a balcony also on top of a tree.
This hotel is for guests who seek creativity. Designed by renowned Swedish architect, the suspended houses have curious shapes, such as a nest, flying saucer or mirrored cube. The hotel is in the middle of a pine forest in a small village on the edge of a river.
Tree House Lodge (Costa Rica)
A suspended wooden bridge leads to the front door of the tree house, which is one of the hosting options of this hotel on the coast of Costa Rica. The idea is that it can serve both couples in love and for families. The building has two floors: a suite with a king size bed occupies the top, and, on the bottom, there is another double bed, a single bed and a kitchen. On the ground level, a tree over a hundred years old houses a community bathroom.