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20 Unique Treehouse Rentals Around The World For Your Bucket List

It’s no secret. I’m a big-time lover of unique treehouse getaways. That’s why I have an entire blog showcasing the best of the best to you! And I’m so glad you’ve found it.

I’ve made it my mission to aggregate – and stay at – as many epic treehouses as I possibly can. And not just at home in the United States either. Across the world. And so far, I’m blown away with what I’ve seen and experienced!

The treehouse rental industry is positively booming, and sleeping in comfort amongst the trees is something tourists are yearning for. To escape from the noise, to unplug and to reconnect with nature. 

That’s why I thought it would be handy to bring my shortlist of the 20 most unique treehouse getaways to you, fellow glamper. It was a tall order, but I think you’re going to love my list. 

From the jungles of Asia to the plains of Africa, the coastlines of South and Central America to the rainforest of Australia – and everywhere in between – let’s check out the 20 coolest treehouses across the globe!  

20 Unique Treehouse Getaways Around The World For Your Bucket List

1) Stone House Bali Treehouse

Location: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia 

Price: $300+ USD per night

Number 1 on my list had to be Stone House in Bali. After all, I recently stayed there and it was EPIC! If you find yourself in beautiful Ubud, one of my favorite places in Indonesia, you’re already blessed. Uplevel that experience at Stone House Bali, a Bali treehouse destination that defines the niche industry!

With its immaculate design, thoughtful touches, and top-notch service – a stay in the treehouse is guaranteed to be a highlight of your trip to the Island of the Gods! Pro-tip – be sure to order their packaged dinner and have it delivered to your room during sunset!

Stone House Bali Treehouse

2) Post Ranch Inn 

Location: Big Sur, California, USA 

Price: $1300+ USD per night 

A luxury coastal resort in Big Sur recognized throughout the world!

Sunny California is a treehouse lovers dream, thanks to its diverse landscapes that span city to sea and national parks to desert. However, my favorite treehouse hotel in California is the Post Ranch Inn, located near the magnificent coastline of Big Sur on the state’s Central Coast. 

This luxury treehouse hotel is set upon Big Sur’s majestic cliff tops, and is the ideal spot to enjoy a much-needed weekend away. The hotel has a wide range of modern, luxurious accommodations, but its treehouse lodgings are something else! Sleep amidst the lush California redwoods in plush surrounds, complete with king size bed, wood fireplace, private deck, special touches like organic bath products and a nightly turndown service. Spend your days splashing about in the on-site infinity and lap pools, working out at the gym, partaking in yoga and meditation classes, exploring the beauty of the local area, and simply getting back to nature. A daily breakfast is included in your nightly rate.  

Post Ranch Inn Treehouse - Big Sur, California

Credit: Post Ranch Inn

3) Lapas Rios Lodge

Location: Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica 

Price: $1200+ USD per night

With its warm climate, lush rainforest and close proximity to the USA, Costa Rica deserves all of the kudos it receives for being a world class destination, and its treehouse offerings are no exception. I love everything about Lapas Rios Lodge, a serene escape deep within one of the country’s premier tropical rainforests and right near the sea. 

This luxury treehouse ecolodge is dotted by chic bungalows, which overlook the rainforest canopy out to the ocean. The decor and furnishings of each bungalow are boho-inspired and natural yet high-end, and you’ll enjoy a private deck, cozy beds and epic views. Around here, you’ll never be at a loss of what to do next. Swim, snorkel, take a dip in the hotel pool, roam its 1000 private acres, take in tranquil sunsets (and sunrises!) and sip on pina coladas at the hotel bar. Puerto Jimenez is a seven hour drive from the Costa Rican capital, San Jose, or you can take a domestic flight to the local airport, which takes less than an hour. 

Lapa Rios Lodge - Treehouse Hotel Resort

Credit: Lapa Rios Lodge

4) Silky Oaks Lodge

Location: Daintree Rainforest, Queensland, Australia 

Price: $700+ USD per night 

Few natural landscapes are as diverse or beautiful as Australia’s Daintree Rainforest, located in the sunny state of Queensland. With that being said, if you’re heading to Australia and looking for the ideal treehouse hotel stay, you can’t go past Silky Oaks Lodge located right in the heart of the Daintree, one of Australia’s most naturally stunning destinations. 

The amazing staff at Silky Oaks Lodge are on hand to ensure your stay at this luxury ecolodge is one for the books. Located on the Mossman River, the lodge boasts 40 high-end luxury treehouses, each with their own assortment of plush furnishings and stunning rainforest views. Expect hammocks strung across private decks, plus outdoor bathtubs in the suites at higher price points. There’s a spa and restaurant on-site, and so much to see and explore locally. This is easily the best treehouse hotel in Australia, or close to it.  

Silky Oaks Lodge - Daintree Forest Australia Treehouse Resort

Credit: Silky Oaks Lodge, The Daintree

5) Treehouse Villas Koh Yao

Location: Phuket, Thailand 

Price: $500+ USD per night

Thailand’s hot and sunny islands make for an idyllic destination at any time of year. Add to that a stay in a luxury treehouse villa at Treehouse Villas Koh Yao and you’ll be in heaven. This truly beautiful treehouse villa is hidden in Phuket’s tropical rainforest, a stone’s throw from their own private beach and the bright lights of the island. 

The villa features treehouse rooms that overlook a canopy of native trees, king sized beds, ensuite bathrooms with large tubs and their own private plunge pools to cool down after a typically hot Thai day. There is also a steam room and restaurant on the property, and you’ll be staying in a part of Phuket Island that is far enough away from the noise to truly switch off, but close enough to still have a wild night out or daytime adventure if that calls to you!   

TreeHouse Villas - Phuket, Thailand

Credit: TreeHouse Villas

6) Skybox Cabins

Location: Glen Rose, Texas, USA 

Price: $200+ USD per night 

A state of wide open spaces and famous for its local hospitality, Texas is finally getting the recognition it deserves as a leading US destination, and Skybox Cabins is the place to rest your head if you make it down to the Lone Star State! 

Located in the town of Glen Rose, an hour from Dallas and in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Skybox Cabins are an acclaimed treehouse getaway that has been featured in publications such as Texas Living Magazine. And for good reason! The accommodation blends modern ease with rustic charm, and their “skyboxes” are treetop rentals that range in size, style and price. The amazing treehouse cabins boast outdoor patios, kitchenettes, fire pits and plush bedding, and they also have other glamping options available, like their cool domes, which provide a perfect view of the stars as you lay in bed. There are lots of local eateries, and don’t miss a visit to “Dinosaur Valley State Park” right next door. Glen Rose is the country’s “dinosaur capital”, after all!  

THE BIRDHOUSE by Skybox Cabins

7) Pezulu Treehouse Lodge

Location: Hoedspruit, South Africa 

Price: $250+ USD per night

Visitors to South Africa are in for a treat. Crashing coastline, flat plateaus, lush grasslands, towering mountains and bustling cities – not to mention the chance to see “The Big Five” in their natural habitat – all await you here. Experience it all and go to sleep each night amongst the stars at Pezulu Treehouse Lodge in Hoedspruit, South Africa’s “safari capital”. 

Pezulu Treehouse Lodge is located less than an hour from Kruger National Park, and is an all-encompassing treat for the senses. Sleep in treehouses set high above the ground, with amazing wildlife visible from your deck. To make your stay even easier, there’s also a restaurant, bar, swimming pool and shared terrace available for guests to use to their heart’s content. There’s a host of animal sanctuaries, parks and rehabilitation centres nearby, which are all worthwhile day trips. 

Pezulu Treehouse Lodge, South Africa Glamping

Credit: Pezulu Treehouse Lodge

8) Free Spirit Spheres 

Location: Victoria Island, BC, Canada 

Price: $250+ USD per night 

Victoria Island in Canada is a natural playground, located in the glorious province of British Columbia. It’s also the ideal place to get away from it all, to unplug and to rejuvenate in Canadian wildlife, and Free Spirit Spheres is the place to do it! One of Canada’s premier treehouse hotels, Free Spirit Spheres offers just that – super cool and unique spheres that allow you to sleep amongst the stars! 

Offering a range of modern, luxury spheres that are custom-designed, you’ll enjoy generous interior spaces and a kitchen, bathroom and outhouse, all surrounded by aromatic cedar trees in complete peace and quiet. The local area boasts some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Canada. Serene beaches, wild forests, charging rivers and mysterious sea caves all await you! 

Free Spirit Spheres Treehouse Glamping

Credit: Free Spirit Spheres Treehouse

9) One and Only Mandarina Treehouses 

Location: Lo de Marcos, Mexico 

Price: $1500+ USD per night

Everyone loves Mexico (I know I do!), and this beautiful country is truly pulling its weight with the sheer number of treehouse rentals it has on offer. So many it was hard to choose one to showcase here to you! I finally settled on the treehouse accommodations at the One and Only Mandarina Hotel, a five-star stay that caters to those who want to be pampered on their trip down south! 

The treehouses on offer at this five-star hotel are large, light-filled and stylish, with terraces, sparkling private swimming pools, luxurious interiors and amazing forest views, and a yummy breakfast is also included in your nightly rate! Lo de Marcos is a quieter alternative to oceanside locations like Cancun or Acapulco, with pristine beaches, high-end shopping and dining and a real sense of calm amidst the chaos.  

One and Only Mandarina Treehouses Mexico

Credit: One and Only Mandarina

10) Treehouse Point

Location: Fall City, Washington, USA 

Price: $300+ USD per night 

Washington has been my home state for a few years now, and I love everything about it. However, its natural landscapes are an undeniable aspect, and make for the perfect backdrop for a treehouse hotel. Enter Treehouse Point in Fall City. 

A popular site for weddings, mini breaks and even tours, Treehouse Point is a woodsy, tranquil destination with not just superior accommodations, but many on-site services and amenities to ensure your stay is first class. Its range of treehouses are vast, and differ in style, price and size. Each is contemporary, stylish and super private, flanked by thick forest. Take your relaxation to the next level with a massage or spa treatment on-site, or dine at local restaurants in nearby Fall City, Snoqualmie and Carnation. There’s a host of hiking and cycling on your doorstep, and this region is renowned for its awesome farmers markets. 

Treehouse Point - Treehouse Hotel Washington State

Credit: Treehouse Point

11) Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge 

Location: Novo Airao, Brazil 

Price: Minimum stay 3 days / 2 nights (from $1200 USD) 

Brazil is wild, untamed and enticing, and so it makes sense that this unique country is the next big hotspot for treehouse rentals. Located in northern Brazil, on the Rio Negro River, is the small yet authentic town of Novo Airao, and here you’ll find Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge, one of the South American nation’s best treehouse hotels. 

The minimum stay policy is 2 nights / 3 days, but springing for an escape here is worth every cent, as you’ll definitely want a few days to unwind in the jungle! Marketing themselves as “an authentic experience in the heart of the Amazon”, this small riverside hotel offers luxury cottages, bungalows and villas all above ground. You’ll be sleeping in complete comfort, with all of the mod cons you’re used to, right near the majestic Anavilhanas National Park, a 3.5 billion square metre preserved forest. 

Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge Brazil Treehouse Resort

Credit: Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge

12) Fernie Castle Treehouse 

Location: Fife, Scotland, UK 

Price: $300+ USD per night 

When you think of Scotland, you’ll likely conjure up mental images of castles, rolling valleys and Harry Potter (speaking of conjuring), and now you can experience it all from the comfort of a castle treehouse! Well, not Harry Potter, but definitely the magic it invokes! Fernie Castle Treehouse is definitely a place that will cast a spell on you. 

Located near Fife on 17 acres of woods, Fernie Castle itself is a 700 year old castle that you can also choose to stay in! However, it’s their treehouse that I’m highlighting, and it looks like a mini castle too! Nestled between native sycamores, the treehouse on the castle grounds was once the home of deer hunters, and is now available to rent for a night or two. Enjoy spacious interiors, a king sized bed, heating, hand-crafted furniture, a kitchen and a bath, all over two levels. Spend your days enjoying nature, exploring the castle grounds and local villages, or you can even rent the property for the wedding of your dreams! 

Fernie Castle Treehouse Hotel Scotland

Credit: Fernie Castle

13) Watamu Treehouse 

Location: Watamu, Kenya  

Price: $200+ USD per night 

Kenya is one of the most popular destinations in Africa for international visitors, and their sheer breadth of treehouses is truly impressive. Watamu Treehouse is a diamond in the crown of its treehouse hotel range, and I’m sure you’ll be inspired to book a stay here after seeing what’s on offer! 

Set amongst native Kenyan mangroves near the Indian Ocean coastline, this stunning little spot is all about wellness and rejuvenation. Not only will you be sleeping in one of the coolest treehouse hotels in Africa, but there’s no shortage of local activities to make each day more exciting than the last. Swim with dolphins, paddleboard, enjoy sunrise yoga (on paddleboards!), eat healthy local foods and explore local reserves. Watamu Treehouse puts a firm focus on ensuring you check out feeling the best you’ve ever felt. It’s no wonder this epic treehouse hotel has been featured in so many publications across the world. 

Watamu Treehouse Rental Kenya

Credit: Watamu Treehouse

14) Yuquiyú Farm Treehouses

Location: El Yunque Rainforest, Puerto Rico 

Price: $300+ USD per night

Puerto Rico is a Caribbean destination unlike any other. A natural, wildly beautiful paradise popular with tourists and expats from all over the world, this astonishing country has it all. One thing Puerto Rico is famous for is its rainforests, and Yuquiyú Treehouses is the place you need to go to sleep amongst the treetops. 

Yuquiyú Treehouses is located in Puerto Rico’s El Yunque Rainforest, a sacred site for Puerto Ricans since prehistoric times. Surrounded by organic farms that produce nourishing meals you’ll be lucky enough to chow down on, it’s a slice of heaven in the tropics. The treehouses on offer are inspired by historic structures many Puerto Ricans lived in centuries ago, but with modern conveniences. Indulge in comfortable interiors, terraces with panoramic views, luxurious touches like rain showers and baths, and so much more. You’ll have the rainforest, ocean and cities like colorful Old San Juan just a hop, skip and jump away. 

Yuquiyú Farm Treehouses - Costa Rica

Credit: Yuquiyú Farm Treehouses

15) Arctic Treehouse Hotel 

Location: Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland 

Price: $400+ USD per night

If it’s good enough for the Kardashians, it’s good enough for me! America’s most famous family spent time at Arctic Treehouse Hotel in the wildest part of Finland, and it’s easily one of the coolest treehouse rentals in the world!  

This five-star treehouse hotel is an Arctic dream indeed, with prospective guests clamouring to book their stay here. Located in the northernmost reaches of Lapland, home to Santa and the perfect place to see the Northern Lights, you’ll be sleeping in a luxurious Scandinavian cabin, custom-designed for comfort and practicality. Its interiors are sleek, chic and fully-equipped, and you’ll enjoy unparalleled views of the surrounding forest and beyond. There’s a restaurant and bar on-site, and if skiing, reindeer visits, dog sled rides and Nordic hiking sounds up your alley – book your stay early! 

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel - FInland

Credit: Arctic TreeHouse Hotel – Finland

16) Finger Lakes Treehouses 

Location: Sodus, New York, USA

Price: $250+ USD per night

Once your escape the Big Apple and other busy cities, New York State is a veritable smorgasbord of wonder for outdoor lovers looking for a chance to quiet the internal noise and to get back to nature. And the place to do that is Finger Lakes Treehouse in Sodus, New York! 

The Finger Lakes are one of New York’s most unique and beautiful natural wonders, and Finger Lakes Treehouses is the place to experience them in comfort and style. These modern treehouse lodgings are warm, inviting and bohemian-inspired inside, with some boasting kitchenettes and private patios. On the premises, take full advantage of the hot tub, BBQs, sauna and terrace. From up here, it’s so easy to take in the sheer beauty of upstate New York, and Rochester is still only 30 minutes away! 

Finger Lakes Treehouse

Credit: Finger Lakes Treehouse

17) La Sultana Oualidia Hotel

Location: Oualidia, Morocco

Price: $800+ USD per night

Morocco is an up-and-coming treehouse hotel destination, and why wouldn’t it be? This North African nation is colorful, unique, breathtakingly gorgeous and exhilarating. And now you can live like Moroccan royalty at La Sultana Oualidia Hotel, who have extended their offerings to include treehouse stays. 

This lagoonside five-star hotel is nestled on Morocco’s Atlantic coastline, and offers a complete luxury resort experience. Each room and designated “treehouse suite” is decked out in traditional, eclectic Moroccan style, with a focus on sustainability. There’s two pools on the large property (indoor and outdoor), two restaurants, a spa offering numerous treatments, a gym and even an oyster bar! The coastal village of Oualidia is marked by turquoise lagoons, warm ocean waters and a relaxed way of living. Intoxicating Marrakech is a three-hour drive away. 

La Sultana Oualidia Treehouse Hotel in Morocco

Credit: La Sultana Oualidia

18) Hapaku Lodge & Tree Houses

Location: Kaikōura, New Zealand 

Price: $1000+ USD per night

It would be crazy if New Zealand didn’t have a plethora of epic treehouses available to stay in. After all, this sparsely populated country is marked by stunning wide open spaces with idyllic views, and was the filming location for one of the most unique accommodation setups in film history – Hobbiton! Hapaku Lodge & Tree Houses in Kaikōura on the South Island is the treehouse hotel to beat! 

This five-star retreat boasts luxurious air-conditioned treehouse rentals, each with cool interiors, kitchenette facilities, spa baths, fireplaces and private balcony. You’ll be sleeping 30 feet up in the trees, where you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of the Pacific Ocean. Locally, you’ll have no shortage of activities to keep you busy, and Hapaku Lodge provide free use of their bikes. Explore local waterfalls, hike into the wilderness or drop in on charming local towns, full of friendly locals that New Zealand is known for! 

Hapuku Lodge & Tree Houses in New Zealand

Credit: Hapuku Lodge & Tree Houses

19) Huma Terra Green Lodge 

Location: Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka 

Price: $120+ USD per night

I’m a huge fan of Sri Lanka, and have been lucky enough to travel extensively across this South Asian nation. Chaotic cities give way to awe-inspiring natural landscapes, pristine coastlines and of course, so many amazing native animals like elephants, roaming free. Huma Terra Green Lodge in Hikkaduwa is an eco-friendly treehouse hotel that is ideal if you’re travelling on a budget but still want to sleep in complete comfort and beautiful surrounds.  

These traditional wood treehouse lodgings are rustic, natural and comfortable, and the property is home to lush gardens, a refreshing outdoor pool, and a restaurant, lounge and bar. There’s also an Ayurvedic spa, and the staff are happy to assist with booking local activities. The per-night price is also ideal for those who want to experience an authentic treehouse in Sri Lanka, without the luxury price tag. The region’s coastline is famous for its aquamarine waters and mild climate, and a stay at Huma Terra Green Lodge is guaranteed to leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. Sri Lanka is good at that. 

Huma-Terra Greenlodge Treehouse in Sri Lanka

Credit: Huma-Terra Greenlodge

20) Tree Inn – Das Baumhaushotel

Location: Dörverden, Germany 

Price: $500+ USD per nigbt

German accommodations are renowned for their high-quality and impeccable service, and at Tree Inn Das Baumhaushotel you can expect all of that and more. Its treehouse escapes are modern, unique and marked by the clean lines German ingenuity is world renowned for. Finish each day in the hotel hot tub, and enjoy the sunshine on the terrace. A filling breakfast is also included daily. 

Dörverden is one of Germany’s most serene natural landscapes, located in the country’s northwest, where locals enjoy hiking, cycling and spotting native wolves in the wild, or at the local “Wolfcenter”. The treehouse stays at Tree Inn provide the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle, but day trips to local cities like Bremen are easily accessible. Hamburg is 90 minutes drive away.

Tree Inn - Das Baumhaushotel

Credit: Tree Inn – Das Baumhaushotel

Where is the coolest treehouse hotel or resort that you’ve stayed at? 

I’ve had my fair share of experiences sleeping amongst the trees, so now I’d love to hear from you guys about which amazing treehouse hotels deserve a spot on this list! Also, what’s your favorite among the list? This was such a difficult post to narrow down to just a Top 20, but tons of fun to put together!

Thanks so much for reading, and if you enjoyed this article – please do share with your fellow treehouse lovers!