Sleep in the Treetops: 11 Magical Treehouse Hotels from Around the World
Four Seasons Tented Camp, Thailand
We’ve never experienced glamping with quite as much “glam” as you’ll find at the Four Season’s Tented Camp. Located right at the edge of the jungle near the Golden Triangle, the treehouse resort sits in a prime location to enjoy attractions.
The luxurious treehouse rentals feature beautiful touches like hand-crafted teak furniture, two-person copper bathtubs and private outdoor rain showers. If you can convince yourself to leave your room, you can step right off your private deck onto your own dedicated elephant taxi.
Other opportunities for interacting with elephants include sunrise treks into the jungle. Alternatively, take a bamboo raft cruise down the mighty Mekong, have a massage with a view, or enjoy a delicious meal crafted by the resident chefs. This ultra-luxurious resort will set you back approximately $2,500 USD a night, so start saving now.
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Keemala: Phuket, Thailand
This pool villa wonderland is set in the tree’s of Phuket, Thailand’s rainforest. The Keemala resort truly embraces a Thai cultural philosophy with its unique design features, spa treatments, dining options, and of course, their magical villas and cottages.
Connected by a series of jungle walkways, and shaded by the trees of the rainforest, each of Keemala’s 38 villas have their own private pool and come in one-bedroom, two-bedroom and single-story options.
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Treehotel: Harads, Sweden
Treehotel sits way up in the tall trees of the pine forest in Harads, Sweden and is one of the most futuristic looking treehouse hotels on our list, not to mention one of the coolest hotels in the world. From a spacious UFO suite that looks like it’s straight out of an alien movie to the Mirror Cube that seamlessly blends into nature by reflecting its surroundings, they are truly something to see.
You’ll also find a huge bird’s nest-esque suite, a unit that looks like it’s made out of Lego, and a family suite in the shape of a dragonfly. Activities include fishing, snowmobiling, exploring the nearby forest and enjoying views of the Northern Lights.