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Amazing Treehotel in Sweden Suspended From Trees

Treehotel in Sweden

Image source: www.treehotel.se

Do you have your sights set high for your summer vacation? If that’s the case you might want to check in at the gorgeous Treehotel in Sweden.

Located within the pristine forests of northern Sweden, just miles away from the Arctic Circle, the Treehotel combines awesome design and eco-tourism, offering guests modern sustainable rooms suspended high up in the branches.

Each of the rooms at the Treehotel is unique. They have all been prefabricated on site and designed to be modern and comfortable, creating minimal impact on the environment.

Called The Cabin, The Mirrorcube, The Bird’s Nest, The Blue Cone, The UFO and The Tree Sauna, each of the magnificent rooms was designed by a different architect using their own individual eco-friendly strategies and materials.

But what they do have in common is that they have all been equipped with electric combustion toilets, water-efficient sinks and custom-made lights and furniture to provide guests with a unique experience that they will never forget.

Within the hotel’s spectacular designs is The Mirrorcube. A gorgeous mirror-walled room by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter made from lightweight, recyclable aluminum that reflects its surroundings, allowing the structure to blend into the forest.

Amazing Treehotel is Suspended in a Swedish Forest

Image source: www.treehotel.se

Amazing Treehotel in Sweden is Suspended From Trees

Image source: www.treehotel.se

Another room, The Bird’s Nest, its set atop stilts and is reminiscent of a water tower that has been camouflaged with recycled wood, branches and leaves. Designed by Inredningsgruppen, this nest-like room has enough space for a family of four and can be accessed using a retractable staircase.

At the moment this fantastic high-fly hotel has 6 designer rooms, but there are big plans for the future as we heard that owners have plans for a total of 24 rooms designed by 24 architects, which they expect to be fully complete within the next five years.

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