world’s most unusual hotels – tree hotel

Tree Hotel - Mirrorcube. This will open a new browser window.

I’m starting a  new series of blogs where I  search out the world’s most unusual hotels, for their individuality and originality in both design and function.  From which there is no doubt others will drawn inspiration from.

In the first of this series I’m featuring the amazing Tree Hotel.

The Tree Hotel is located in the north of Sweden.  It certainly lives up to its creator’s vision “Why not create a comfortable, well designed hotel which allows visitors to live in harmony with nature amongst the trees?”

Imagine being able to live amongst nature, observe it without impact.  This is innovative modern design working in harmony with nature at its best.

Tree Hotel - Mirrorcube exterior and interior. This will open a new browser window.

To prevent birds from flying into the glass of the Mirrorcube, it is covered in infra red film with falconiformes which is invisible to humans - ingenious!

Tree hotel - Bird's Nest exterior and interior. This will open a new browser window.

A bird

Tree Hotel - A room with a view. This will open a new browser window.

A room with a view. More like a view to die for... absolute tranquil bliss.

In total there are seven unique rooms.   I just can’t decide which is my favourite.  I think I’d want to stay for seven nights to try them all out and then possibly another seven just to make sure! Which is your favourite?

It’s only of matter of time before we see these designs available for family homes.

Read more about their Philosophy and check out the other amazing rooms.

All Photos courtesy of the Tree Hotel.

Do you have a favourite hotel you’d like to share?

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2 Responses to world’s most unusual hotels – tree hotel

  1. Felt Rugs says:

    I love it, really one of the wierdest hotels i’ve seen would love to stay there….

    • admin says:

      It certainly is weird and wonderful! Maybe one day it may even be seen as normal….. Next time I’m in Sweden I’d love to visit and try ‘living’ from the trees.

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