Luxury lovers who wish to get as close to nature as possible without compromising on luxury, here is the most apt destination for you. A project of tree-houses designed as world-class hotel rooms is all set to open in Sweden on July 17 for nature lovers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: the Cabin, the Blue Cone, the Nest and the Mirrorcube plus the TreeSauna.
They have all been constructed from wood and glass and feature an electric floor heating system, a state-of-the-art eco-friendly incineration toilet and a water-efficient hand basin. The interior of each tree house will be uniquely designed using furniture and lighting that complements an individual theme.
The exterior reflects the surroundings and the sky, creating a camouflaged refuge. A special film will be applied to the glass which will be visible to birds, which is just one of the steps being taken to minimize Treehotel’s impact on local wildlife. The motto of Treehotel is to feel free in a tree and rooms will cost up to 4,200 Swedish crowns (£370) for two guests in the Mirrorcube, which is designed to hold up to four guests. The impressive glass construction stands four metres high and four metres wide, and is attached to a single tree.
The hotel will be open all year round which means guests will be able to enjoy good views of the northern lights in the winter and the midnight sun during the summer.