Beautiful Treehouse Hotels in the World

Daniela Ramos

Most people have dreamed of sleeping in a tree-house, perched high above and oblivious to what’s happening below, right? Well, it is possible! Here is a list of the most stunning treehouse lodges for a perfect retreat.

Azulik, Mexico
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If you’re into really unique boutique hotels, Tulum is sure to please. One of the most iconic hotels to stay at while visiting Mexico is the Azulik Hotel in Tulum. This intricate boutique hotel is as luxurious as it gets and it resembles a treehouse that overlooks the turquoise waters of Mexico's Caribbean sea.

Tree House Lodge, Limón, Costa Rica

This amazing eco-lodge in the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica is located in Playa Chiquita by the Gandoca Manzanillo wildlife reserve, just a few steps away from Punta Uva beach.

Featuring six open-air jungle-like houses, this off-the-path hideaway in the Limón region of Costa Rica offers visitors a taste of what “Pura Vida” or “Pure Life” means, and the perfect natural setting for unwinding after a day full of water activities and jungle hikes.

Each treehouse has its own unique style. Crystal House boasts quirky recycled art while Garden House is built almost entirely out of bamboo. The Beach House is a favorite of those who yearn for an ocean view.

Treehotel, Sweden

If you dig nature and all, but also technology and modernity, then the Treehotel in Lapland is just perfect!

Every treehouse is themed and was designed by some of the best architects in Scandinavia. While one is a mirrored cube, another one resembles a pretty cool UFO, another one seems to be Santa Claus’s house, and there is one shaped like a bird's nest!

The Seemühle, Germany

This cozy treehouse hotel in the middle of the Spessart highlands in Germany is the perfect spot to tuck yourself in for an authentic Bavarian getaway.

Although remote, the area is full of activities, from hiking in the forest to a majestic waterfall to an idyllic canoe ride on the river. During the winter, visitors can use the Seemühle as a base for skiing at Lopenpark.

Pyrenees Treehouse, France

Perched 7 meters high on two 130-year old oaks amidst the French mountains, this romantic lodge is home to three cozy tree houses that are just perfect for a respite from it all.

Its suspension bridge and verandas provide the perfect view of the surroundings, which include little creeks, deer, and squirrels!

Tsala Treetop Lodge, South Africa

Set in Plettenberg Bay on the renowned Garden Route in South Africa, this magical resort is a splendid celebration of the African spirit. Sitting amidst the treetops of an indigenous forest, it features private rooms which are decorated with stunning African motifs and enjoy their own private pool.

Lion Sands Game Reserve Tree Houses, South Africa

If luxury is your thing, these suites are just right for you.! This open-air hotel sits in the middle of the African bush inside of the Lion Sands Game Reserve. It features three stunning treehouses that are elevated by wooden platforms and secure from wild animals below. There is nothing so blissful as sleeping in the midst of the African bush, watching the stars, and listening to nature.

Inkaterra Canopy Tree House, Peru

This eco-friendly luxury lodge is a perfect and easily accessible tropical retreat in the middle of the Amazonas rainforest. Set right by the Madre de Dios River and the lush Tambopata National Reserve deep in the jungle, this stunning resort features 35 wooden cabanas and its grounds are visited by 540 bird species!

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