Treehouse hotels are the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with nature. Perched high in the trees, treehouse hotels offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape, fresh air, and a sense of peace and tranquility. Guests of Treehouse Hotels can enjoy a variety of activities, such as hiking, biking, fishing, and stargazing. They can also simply relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest. Thinking about finding a luxury tree house to stay in? We’ve found eight that are sure to provide an unforgettable experience.
Green O Tree House
This luxurious, state-of-the-art treehouse in Montana is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Built upon stilts 23 feet in the air, the treehouse offers stunning views of the Blackfoot River Valley. Inside, you’ll find a chef’s kitchen, a soaking tub, a glass-encased spiral staircase, and floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s also a large terrace for enjoying the fresh air and wildlife. The treehouse is one of four available for rent at Green O, a working cattle ranch. Guests have access to over 100 miles of hiking trails and so much more! ATV tours? Check. Fly-fishing? You bet! Helping with the cattle drive? Seriously, you can’t go to Montana and not do that! The treehouse is so high up that you can tell everybody you were able to see the entire state of Montana, and hopefully, your friends are gullible enough to believe you!
Ngala Treehouse, South Africa
Ngala Treehouse is a luxurious off-the-grid accommodation located in the heart of South Africa’s Kruger National Park. The treehouse is perched high in the trees, offering stunning views of the surrounding bushveld. It is solar-powered and has all the amenities you would expect from a five-star hotel, including a chef’s kitchen, a swimming pool, and a private deck with a retractable screen. Perchance you will observe a lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo, or maybe even all five at the same time.
Keemala Tree Pool Villas, Thailand
Tree Pool Houses are a unique and luxurious way to experience the natural beauty of Phuket. These impressive two-story, 1,800-square-foot tree houses are inspired by the We-Ha Clan, who built their homes elevated from the ground because, come on, how else were they going to worship the universe? Each tree house includes a master suite, private pool, soaking tub, hanging seating, an outdoor shower, and a living room that is more than adequate if you happen to be a huge fan of spacious living rooms. Tree Pool Houses can accommodate up to four guests. The tree houses are so high up that you can see the monkeys swinging through the trees… but they’ll pay you no attention because they’ve got other priorities, such as looking for bananas.
Tree Houses at Chewton Glen, United Kingdom
The folks who run Chewton Glen, one of England’s most acclaimed country hotels, decided it was time to jump feet first into the 21st century by modernizing their facilities and adding to its amenities. So they got a hold of Blue Forest, a design studio that specializes in tree houses, and asked them to build six new, luxurious tree houses that were eco-friendly. Blue Forest said, “Of course” and got the job done. They designed the treehouses to resemble floating lily pads, with a natural, curved shape and a balcony with plenty of room to soak in the sights of Chewton Bunny Valley. Each treehouse is furnished with a hot tub, plenty of seating, and a wood-burning fireplace. Inside, locally sourced woods and materials are used so it blends in with the forested surroundings. The treehouses also feature flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, king-size beds, and marble bathrooms. The treehouses are so well hidden that you might think you’re staying in a Hobbit hole!
Treehotel is a collection of eight unique treehouses in the Swedish woods, designed by Scandinavia’s leading architects. The treehouses range in design from a bird’s nest-like structure to a mirrored cube, perfectly complimenting the surrounding forest. The newest treehouse at Treehotel is the Biosphere, designed by Danish firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). The Biosphere is covered in 350 bird nests, which help to “strengthen the biosphere and natural habitat” of birds in Sweden. The treehouse also features glass walls that provide panoramic views of the forest, a rooftop terrace with 360-degree views, and see-through floor panels that let guests feel like they’re floating among the trees.
Secret Tree House, Blue Mountains, Australia
The view from the balcony of this secluded treehouse in the Blue Mountains rainforest is simply breathtaking. The treehouse is located on 600 acres of private land between two national parks, offering guests complete privacy and stunning treetop vistas. The adults-only property (sorry, kiddies!) is equipped with a kitchenette, a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a hot tub, making it the perfect romantic getaway. The rustic décor will impress you with its eye-catching wood accents, resembling branches lining the French doors, creating a truly authentic treehouse experience. It will take you back to your childhood, albeit in an alternate universe where you poured millions of dollars into your backyard treehouse.
Playa Viva Tree House, Mexico
Perched along a pristine stretch of Pacific coastline, Playa Viva emerges as a haven of eco-luxury, comprising 18 rooms and six innovative bamboo treehouses suspended amidst swaying palm trees. The design of these captivating structures draws inspiration from aerial footage of manta rays, boasting palapa roofs, dynamic “living” palm piers, and balconies adorned with hammocks. The initial introduction of Playa Viva included the awe-inspiring oceanfront Jet Treehouse, which promptly captured widespread attention. Elevated six feet above ground, this masterpiece showcases a king-size bed, an en-suite bathroom, a lounging area adorned with a hammock, and uninterrupted panoramic views of the ocean.
Kona Luxury Tree House, Hawaii
Visitors of this remarkable treehouse will relish in the awe-inspiring vistas of Hawaii’s coastline and indulge in top-notch luxuries. Nestled within a three-acre tropical rainforest farm, the one-bedroom treehouse spans 500 square feet, gracefully rising amidst fruit-laden trees, with living trunks intricately woven through its core. Enhanced amenities include an infrared sauna, an open-air shower, and a hot tub, alongside meticulously crafted mango wood furnishings, mosaic-adorned bathroom floors, and a serene lanai ideal for capturing the finest sunset panoramas. Notably, this treehouse was voted Hawaii’s most sought-after Airbnb in 2021.