The hotel has only 6 rooms but the most unique Swedish

Treehotel inspired by a documentary about trees. And this is truly a completely new experience for travelers who love immersing themselves in nature.

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Located in the town of Harads in northern Sweden with a very small population of only 600 people, Treehotel offers visitors a different experience in the Northern sun in winter and watching the sun in the middle of the night in the summer.

Launched in 2010, the Swedish tree hotel quarter attracts more than 20,000 visitors from around the world every year. The hotel consists of 6 rooms designed differently at a height of 2-12m, clinging to soaring pine trees. Designed by leading Scandinavian architects, every room in the tree here has its own stories and unique features from shape, furniture to light and fabric furniture ...
Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.
For example, the Mirrorcube room, 16m2 wide is painted with reflective materials to reflect the surrounding environment. Mirrorcube is covered by 4 mirror faces if without a bridge, visitors can hardly recognize this room. This room has a spectacular view overlooking the Lule River which is the dream of many travelers who want to experience the tree-house life. The house is built on big trees and the yard is a huge network made of fiberglass, you can lie down on this yard and watch the aurora borealis that is nothing better.
Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.
The mirrorcube room is covered by four mirror faces.
Another room shaped like a bird's nest was completely "disguised" with branches. A 24m2 room, looking like a cabin with a terrace overlooking the idyllic Lule valley is also a unique feature that attracts visitors. Or as the flight saucer room is also a unique idea of the Treehotel tree hotel. The bedroom that floated in the air was like a UFO spacecraft. The only way up to the room is the upright staircase. This metal building is 6m high above the ground and can accommodate 5 people ...
Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.
UFO room shaped like a flying saucer of aliens.
The owner of this hotel is the couple Kent Lindwall and Britta Jonsson Lindvall. "We came up with this idea because we wanted to build eco-friendly hotels. People can stay on the top of the tree and still be safe. We want to connect the hotel with nature by to get it into the environment without harming them. It's important for people to come and relax in the forest ", Kent said
Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.
The Bird's Nest room is disguised with tree branches.
During a trip to Russia, Mr. Kent shared his idea of building a hotel with three famous Swedish architects Beces Harstrom, Thomas Sandell and Marten Cyren. Fascinated by the sense of environmental sustainability, the architects agreed to work with him to design these houses. After that, the hotel rooms were scattered in pine forests and brought with strange names - associated with the initial inspiration of the architects when making them: Bird's nest room, Blue bird's room, Dragonfly's room. , UFO room, Cabin room and Mirrorcube room.
Treehotel, Sweden.

Treehotel, Sweden.
Dragonfly room has a conference room with a capacity of 12 people and fully equipped with modern equipment.
Houses are suspended above the ground and connected to support stems with specially designed brackets to ensure the tree remains alive and growing normally. The hotel rooms have double beds, seats, ladders or ropes to climb up and down. The floor is heated by solar energy. Customers at Treehotel share a luxurious bathroom and sauna on the ground, because installing water systems for each tree house will destroy the forest. The price per day at this tree hotel is about 390 pounds, equivalent to 12 million.

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