This Thai resort, known simply as Bangkok Tree House, features a treetop nesting spot where you can sleep under the stars — 23 feet up in the air, under some beautiful mangrove palm trees.
This castle-like treehouse is modeled after a French châteaux and hovers over lush woods and parkland.
This hotel room comes with walking sticks, binoculars, and a private deck with mountain views. Take in the sights of Big Sur, California on stilts at the Post Ranch Inn.
The Free Spirit Spheres are nestled in the rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada. Open all year long, you can view the seasons from the sky while snuggled in these handcrafted spheres suspended from a web of rope.
Ziplines, bridges, and a treehouse hotel await you in the middle of the Costa Rican jungle. The resemblance to an Ewok village is totally incidental.
Nesteled near the Lule river is Sweden’s Treehotel, which is surrounded by miles of forest, far away from the rat race. The grounds offer six uniquely designed treehouses, created by leading Scandinavian architects. The good news is that anyone can access the houses since they are accessible by ramp, bridge, or electric stairs.
The Nothofagus Hotel, located amongst the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve, is a sensory experience that showcases the splendor of nature. See the forest and Mocho-Choshuenco volcano from the treetops, or enjoy a spa day for yourself.
Ayrie Cunliff, Regenerative Design architect, built these eco-friendly treehouses on palm trees transplanted from the surrounding coconut grove on site to the beach front. Design concepts reference lunar and solar calendars.
The Tsala Treetop Lodge is perched atop the forests of the Western Cape in South Africa. The space offers a designer feel in the middle of unspoiled nature, complete with fireplace, infinity pool, and private deck.
Wake up to a treetop view of the Zambezi River at the Tongabezi near Victoria Falls. Each elevated cottage is filled with African art and furniture.