12 Luxury Treehouse Cabins To Add To Your Bucket L...

12 Luxury Treehouse Cabins To Add To Your Bucket List

Beach, jungle, or lavender fields? Check out these 12 luxury treehouse cabins that should be in your bucket list.

Ever dreamt of sleeping in a luxury treehouse? I mean, who hasn’t? Well, your childhood dream is about to come true. Stay in a treehouse in some dreamy destinations without having to give up on any comfort. These 12 treehouse cabins around the world are as luxury as they get – so, read on and pack your bags!

Hapuku Lodge + Tree Houses – Kaikoura, New Zealand

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Swim with dolphins, spot the whales, then go back to your treehouse and enjoy the incredible view over the coastline and Kaikoura’s mountains  while soaking in your Jacuzzi: welcome to Hapuku Lodge + Tree Houses, located on New Zealand’s South Island.

The township of Kaikoura in 2002 was the world’s first local authority to obtain a Green Globe certification: the tree house lodge recognizes the importance of environment conservation and implements all kind of sustainability measures. It’s not by chance that New Zealand is one of the top ecotourism destinations in the world!

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We like it because: at night here, you can enjoy a unbelievably star-filled sky. Something you have only dreamed about…till now. Who said that adult treehouse holidays aren’t a thing?

Rates start at $720 per night.

BOOK HERE Hapuku Lodge & Tree House

Glamping Hub Beachfront Tree House Rental – Zihuatanejo, Mexico

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If you’ve followed this blog for a while, then you already know I’m head over heels for Mexico. It’s such a beautiful country, and I keep discovering new reasons for me to go back asap. For example, I need to try treehouse glamping at this beachfront tree house in Zihuatanejo in the state of Guerrero, called Playa Viva.

Imagine waking up with the view of waves crashing on the shore just metres away from your bed, and read a book on your hammock while perched six feet above the ground. It’s a very Tarzan-like dream, isn’t it? Yet, at the same time guests have all the comforts including a private bathroom, and a shared pool and wi-fi.

Glamping Hub is my go-to site when I look for glamping destinations because there are just so many cool ones, including treehouse rentals! My bucket lists keeps expanding…

We like it because: The resort is committed to sustainability and the restaurant specializes in farm-to-table cuisine, with healthy and organic dishes.

Rates start at $476.

Treehotel – Harads, Sweden

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Not your typical tree house resort: the treerooms at Harads are environmentally friendly and styled with groundbreaking designs by some of the best Swedish architects.

My favourite treehouse is the Mirrorcube, where the mirrored walls reflect the surrounding forest and guests are pretty much invisible.
All the treehouse cabins feature combustion toilets and are powered by hydroelectric energy; the property also features a treesauna!

We like it because: Treehotel manages to perfectly mix nature, contemporary design and sustainability, and during the winter you can experience the Northern Lights like nowhere else.

Rates start at $500 per night.

CHECK OUT HERE rates & availability for Treehotel

Bangkok Tree House – Bangkok, Thailand

Have you ever dreamt of sleeping under the stars, but in a super comfy bed with your love?
At Bangkok Tree House you can, or you can opt for a more modern treehouse with a roof, all while being close to the action of the city, because treehouse breaks don’t have necessarily to be in the middle of the jungle.

This place is perfect for all of you who like the city, but want an oasis to relax in, and what better choice than a fully sustainable hotel located in “Bangkok green lung“?

We like it because: among all other green initiatives, the hotel offers free bike rentals to guests… or bring your bike and get a 15% discount!

Rates start at $125 per night. BOOK HERE Bangkok Tree House

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Treehouse Lodge – Iquitos, Peru

Located near the Pacaya Samiria reserve, in the middle of the Peruvian Amazon forest, Treehouse Lodge is an all-inclusive, luxury eco-lodge and tree hotel… the first of it kind. Guests sleep on tree top canopies, and during their stay are able to visit tribal communities in a responsible way and to discover the nature of this amazing place.

We like it because: Treehouse lodge is nearing 100% sustainability, thanks to a strong solar power system, purification of river water and an eco-friendly disposal of waste. One of those treehouse hotels not to miss!

Rates start at $695 per guest for a 3 days/2 nights package.

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TreeHouse Point – Fall City, Washington, USA

No need to go far to enjoy nature: TreeHouse Point is only 30 minutes away from Seattle, yet it’s a world away.
A romantic spot popular among couples and newly-weds, TreeHouse Point offers five different treehouse cabins built in a sustainable way deep in the forest, where guests can reconnect with nature. Keep in mind that this treetop accommodation is pretty basic and the tree top cabins don’t have private bathrooms, but you won’t even notice when you’re surrounded by all that green.

We like it because: it’s possible to participate at yoga classes in the Pond Room surrounded by the forest. Nowhere better for getting away from it all.

Rates start at $280 per night.

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Tree House Lodge – Punta Uva, Costa Rica

Lie in a hammock, relax and enjoy the ocean view or go hike through the rainforest with a local guide in Manzanillo? Guests coming to this Costa Rica treehouse hotel have to face tough choices.

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And the tree cabin? Well, it’s far from your ordinary one : it sleeps up to six people, splits in two levels, and it’s a real house, featuring a kitchen, a living room and a bathroom… and wait for it! A flame heated hot tub! This rainforest tree house is a dream come true.

We like it because: The Tree House Lodge has always been all about sustainability and social responsibility, since it was built in 1998, and it actively works with local communities for their development. It’s also a 5 leaves certified ecolodge.

Rates start at $300 per night. BOOK HERE at Tree House Lodge

Tongabezi Safari Lodge – Victoria Falls, Zambia

When visiting the majestic Victoria Falls, there’s a place you really shouldn’t miss if you can splurge: Tongabezi Lodge, located on the banks of the Zambesi River, screams romance and evokes exotic dreams.

This tree house escape is as luxurious as it gets: think canopy beds, bathtubs and West African artworks. It will be difficult for guests to set foot outside, even to participate in one of the many activities included in the price.

Tongabezi Lodge, in addition to featuring some of the best tree houses in the world,  takes its social impact very seriously: it’s involved in a series of projects for the local communities, and to limit the impact on the environment too.

We like it because: taking a bath at sunset time on your treehouse, with a great view over the Zambesi river? Yes, please!

Rates start at $750 per person per night.

Kanopi House – Portland, Jamaica

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Why choose between the forest and the blue Caribbean waters, when you can have both? Kanopi House is a cluster of treehouse cabins linked to each other in the midst of the rainforest. Look outside the window though, and you’ll see a blue lagoon ringed by a coral reef and manta rays swimming just metres away. This might easily be the best location ever for a treehouse getaway!

We like it because: Kanopi House describes itself as “eco-friendly, low impact, organic and green”, and doesn’t lie.

Rates start at $300 per room per night.

La Piantata – Arlena di Castro, Italy

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Imagine to wake up on top of a treehouse towering a lavender field in full bloom, and to have breakfast on the terrace, absorbing the sounds, colours and fragrances of the surrounding nature.

This is La Piantata, an agritourism set among the hills near Tuscania, a charming village in the central Italian region of Lazio. There are only two treehouse cottages, both adorable and made with sustainable materials, so make sure to reserve well ahead.

We like it because: this tree house escape is one of those childhood’s dreams come true.

Rates start at $479 per night.

Huilo Huilo Nothofagus Hotel & Spa – Huilo Huile, Patagonia, Chile

Nothofagus Hotel is not a resort made of scattered luxury tree houses but a single wooden building inspired by “The Little Prince”: this treetops hotel is nonetheless so fascinating that I couldn’t exclude it from the list.

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Guests can go trek, horseback riding or enjoy snow-related activities, and then relax in their luxury room with a view of the Andes. Although not as remote as other destinations, it truly feels like you’re at the end of the world!

We like it because: the hotel is right in the heart of the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve’s in the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest. Here, you can really get in touch with Mother Earth.

Rates start at $214 per room per night. BOOK HERE Huilo Huilo Nothofagus Hotel & Spa

Treehouse Cabins at Green Magic Resort –  Wayanad, Kerala, India

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If you dreamt about The Jungle Book when you were little (or not so little), then this is the perfect jungle tree house hotel for you.

At Green Magic Resort the treehouses are built in a dense jungle, in the midst of cardamom and pepper; the interiors are pretty basic, less luxury than most other hotels in this list, for an experience in close contact with the still unspoilt nature. Consider this a treehouse camping experience!

The facilities are bulit mixing the traditional Kerala architecture with modernity, and by using green, sustainable and recycled materials.

We like it because: Wayanad in Kerala is one of the richest biodiversity hot spots on Earth, and waking up in the middle of it is something unbelievable.

Rates start at $170 per night.

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And there you go! No matter if you prefer the beach, the mountains, or the jungle, book a stay at one of these treehouse cabins for a getaway you won’t ever forget.


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  1. Aaron Salyer

    10 April

    Couple of big tree house fans here!

    Going to seriously look into the Mexico one now.

    We’re planing to go this year and it looks right up our alley.


    • Steph

      31 May

      Totally! I loooove tree houses too 🙂

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