There are few hotels in the world that have received the media attention quite like that of the Treehotel in recent years. It has appeared on television programmes, featured in numerous art, design and fashion publications and welcomed celebrities. Yet, even with all of the hype, the Treehotel is a property where you and I will feel comfortable and which I would recommend for families and couples alike.
Conde Nast Traveller recently wrote their review of the hotel and here is mine.
My first impressions:
As you pull into the parking area of the Treehotel the remarkable feats of architectural design remain hidden in the forest. You can feel the anticipation and excitement building without even stepping foot inside.
Your first connection with the Treehotel is through a charming guesthouse, which also houses the reception and restaurant. In stark contrast to the modern tree rooms themselves, the guesthouse oozes old-world charm with antique pieces, doilies and floral decor. It is an environment that brings back memories of your childhood, visiting your grandparents house, and in which you cannot help but to feel relaxed and welcomed.
From here you are led through the woods to your tree room.
There are 7 rooms at the Treehotel (Mirror Cube, UFO, Birds Nest, Blue Cone, The Cabin, The Dragonfly and the 7th Room).
My favourite rooms were The Cabin, the Blue Cone and the Mirror Cube.