World's best treehouse hotels
If you're looking for a holiday with a difference, treehouse hotels may be for you. Here are some of our top picks...
Tree House Lodge, Limón, Costa Rica
This beachfront lodge is located in a wildlife refuge on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast, near the beautiful Punta Uva Beach. The treehouse has been sustainably built and features two bedrooms, a kitchen and a shower built around an enormous 100-year-old Sangrillo tree.
Tsala Treetop Lodge, Plettenberg Bay, South Africa
This stone-and-glass lodge overlooks Tsitsikamma Forest, and each of the ten treehouse suites takes full advantage of the view with floor-to-ceiling windows. Other noteworthy features include log fireplaces, privtae decks and an infinity pool.
The Aviary, Lenox, Massachusetts
This two-story treehouse is located in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains. For the holiday maker who likes the idea of treehouse hotels but doesn't want to be too isolated, the Aviary could be ideal. This is an historic area with plenty of musuems, galleries antique shops and boutiques to keep you amused.
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel, Brazilian Amazon
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel is one of the largest treehouse hotels in the world. There are a number of accommodation options, including a “Tarzan House” with its own private balcony, plunge pool and jacuzzi.
Hinchonbrook Island Wilderness Lodge, Hinchinbrook Island, Australia
Located in a sprawling national park of verdant rainforests, jagged mountains and golden sand beaches, the Wilderness Lodge is a good choice for anyone who values seclusion and privacy. Each of the timber treehouses feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows, their own private kitchen, balcony and bathroom, and convenient beach access. The Wilderness Lodge bar is the perfect place to relax after a busy day of exploring.
Maravu Plantation, Matei, Fiji
If you like the idea of treehouse hotels but don't want to compromise on comfort, Maravu could be for you. This luxury treehouse offers leather furniture, an outdoor courtyard, an open air shower and a jacuzzi pool. It offers beautiful views over the turquoise waters of the South Pacific and is a convenient base for exploring the pristine rainforest at Bouma National Heritage Park.