The worlds best tree house hotels

As a family who loves to travel the more fun the places we stay in, the better {in my opinion}. I love going to a new holiday destination every year and if I’m going to see the world and I want to see it with my family. I also have this incredible urge to buy a globe to pin each place we’ve seen and explored together on its surface.

As places to stay, go, I have seen time and time again tree house hotels when searching for fun & unique places to stay. We’ve not done it before now because our youngest daughter was still too young {in our minds} but now? Now I reckon we could do it!  There would be something quite magical about staying in a tree house, don’t you think? It would be the epitome of adventure and being surrounded by nature and epic views would be a wonderous experience.

Check out this map with some of the world’s best tree house hotels to stay in;

I checked out a few of the tree house hotel websites and all I can say is, whoa! If you were ever going to stay in a tree house hotel it would have to be in forest canopy in Western Australia, or a tree house nestled in among some tamarind trees next to the sea on a tropical Chinese island, or if those weren’t enticing enough, how about staying in a huge treetop hotel in the Amazon rainforest. The Amazon Rainforest!!

The Skyhouse retreat, based on Weedon Hill in Western Australia is situated amongst ancient karri trees, with floor to ceiling walls of glass {think of that natural light alone!}. Each tree house has a true craftsmanship design with a real whimsical feel. Curved ceilings, wooden panels, remember those floor to ceiling glass walls? Think of the panoramic views!

The Sanya Nanshan Treehouse resort on the tropical Chinese island of Hainan however, offers a no-frills style of accommodation because I think your surroundings will speak for themselves. With your treehouse nestled amongst tamarind trees by the sea, giving you outstanding views of the South China Sea and there is even a secluded beach just a short walk away.

Lastly, and I think my daughter would opt for this one in a heartbeat {in fairness, so would I!}. The Ariau Amazon Towers in the Amazon Rainforest, right on the banks of the Negro River. The Treehouse hotels are built to canopy level and connected by four miles {four miles!} of elevated walkways. Allowing you to venture around the canopy of the Amazon Rainforest and allowing you an experience to view wildlife up close.

Has that got you thinking of some tree house holidays now? Of the three I’ve mentioned, which one would you go to? 

*This is a collaborative post



  1. jessica
    17/03/2017 / 3:52 PM

    it looks incredible and i totally want to visit…i once had a downtown apartment with a loft that my friends and i called the treehouse and i kinda miss it now (:

    • 17/03/2017 / 3:54 PM

      Don’t they look amazing! I think the Amazon Rainforest gets my vote, easily! Your apartment loft sounds amazing! {even though you miss it!} :/ x

  2. 17/03/2017 / 4:43 PM

    wow super cool! I would totally stay in one of those

    • 17/03/2017 / 4:48 PM

      Insanely cool, right? I would too {in a heartbeat!}.

  3. Whimsy
    17/03/2017 / 4:57 PM

    Such a fun post! I’d love to travel to those places one day!

  4. 17/03/2017 / 7:03 PM

    omg this is awesome! I really want to do this!

  5. 17/03/2017 / 8:53 PM

    Wow. These look incredible

  6. 17/03/2017 / 9:39 PM

    Wow! Those look amazing. I bet it would be hard to go back and stay at a normal hotel after staying in one of those!

    • 20/03/2017 / 9:20 AM

      Once you’ve gone treehouse you’ll never go back, huh! Ha!

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