These Insane Treehouse Hotels Are Your Childhood Dream Come True

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For those who've always dreamed of having a house built by HGTV's Treehouse Masters, here's the next best thing. These next-level hotels give you the amazing-ness of an insane treehouse without the responsibility of being an owner. Plan your next adventure and stay at one of these treehouses around the world for an experience like no other.

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Cypress Valley Canopy Tours: The Nest treehouse
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The Nest at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours

from $450 per night, cypressvalleycanopytours.com

Location: Spicewood, Texas

Four to six people can sleep in this two-bedroom treehouse suspended over a creek and small waterfall. There's a kitchenette/dining room and lounge area. In addition to an outdoor shower, a small bridge brings you to a bath/shower and bathroom area.

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The 7th Room at the Treehotel

from $1,381 per night, treehotel.se

Location: Harads, Sweden

Sitting 33 feet in the air is this spectacular "7th Room" has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Lule River. The bottom of the house is covered in a life-sized photo of what the treetops looked like before the room was built. The best part: The patio is basically a giant net where you can lay down and look up to the Northern Lights. 😍

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Cypress Valley Canopy Tours: Juniper & Willow treehouse
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Juniper & Willow at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours

from $250 per night, cypressvalleycanopytours.com

Location: Spicewood, Texas

The newest of the three treehouses at Cypress Valley has a queen-sized bed, and it's super romantic. The bathroom is a two-minute walk, and you'll find a small lake, pool, picnic tables, and barbecue grill in your backyard! If you sit on the outside deck, you might see a few zip liners whip by overhead.

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Adirondack Tree House Retreat

from $179 per night, airbnb.com

Location: Middle Grove, New York

Nine miles away from the gorgeous Saratoga Springs — located in the Adirondack foothills — is this quiet escape. The patio area, which sits at ground level, comes complete with a table, charcoal grill, fire pit, and kitchenette. Walk up the twisty staircase to get to the sleeping quarters in the trees. You'll also find a covered porch to sit, relax, and read a book. The place can sleep four, but it's meant for either a couples' getaway or a night on your own.

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Cypress Valley Canopy Tours: Lofthaven treehouse
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The Lofthaven II at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours

from $450 per night, cypressvalleycanopytours.com

Location: Spicewood, Texas

This round bedroom is built around an ancient cypress trunk, so there's a tree growing through the middle of your treehouse. Inside you'll find a canopy bed, a hammock, and wicker chairs. The small porch around the treehouse also has a seating area. Take the bridge that connects to a bathroom, and you'll find a waterfall-filled tub! This two-person room is perfect for couples or BFFs.

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The Cabin at the Treehotel

from $564 per night, treehotel.se

Location: Harads, Sweden

A double bed, bathroom, and rooftop terrace make up this tiny capsule floating in the trees. Once you see it, you'll want to spend more than just one night. The floor-to-ceiling windows that the bed faces overlook the Lule River, where you can fall asleep to the Northern Lights.

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Secluded Intown Treehouse

from $375 per night, airbnb.com

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Even though it only sleeps two guests, it will still be a night to remember. This adorable little wooden treehouse is surprisingly just minutes from downtown Atlanta. The three separate rooms — living room, bedroom, and deck — are connected by rope bridges. The bed is on wheels and can roll out to overlook the stream below. You'll literally be falling asleep under the stars.

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The Bird's Nest at The Tree Hotel

from $564 per night, treehotel.se

Location: Harads, Sweden

If you haven't been convinced that the Tree Hotel in Sweden has the coolest rooms, this one might do it for you. It literally looks like a bird's nest. There's a retractable staircase that leads up to the floating structure where you'll find a bed, living room, and a toilet (the showers and sauna are located in separate buildings close by). However, if you're someone who gets claustrophobic easily, you might want to stay somewhere else: The half-moon-shaped bedroom only has two little portholes for windows.

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Costa Rica Treehouse
The Treehouse

from $300 per night for two people, costaricatreehouse.com

Location: Playa Punta Uva, Costa Rica

The only way to get to this house on stilts is by crossing the suspension bridge. Located right in Costa Rica's Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge, it's common for visitors to see animals — especially sloths! The open windows will make you feel one with nature, but don't worry about bugs flying in — it's all netted.

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The Tree House in the Blue Mountains

from $778 per night, airbnb.com

Location: Bilpin, Australia

When you see the inside of this amazing, beautifully furnished treehouse — which is surrounded by 600 private acres — you won't believe that the whole thing is held up in the air by stilts. The floor-to-ceiling windows on all sides let natural light pour in and allow you to take in the views.

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Costa Verde
727 Fuselage Hotel

from $500 a night, costaverde.com

Location: Quepos, Costa Rica

It may not be made out of wood on the outside, but this vintage 1965 Boeing 727 was transformed into an amazing two-bedroom escape with beautiful views and all wood-finished interiors. Once you step outside, you have the beautiful Costa Rica beach to sunbathe or ride horses on. We almost forgot to tell you: Don't be surprised if you see monkeys throughout the day; They outnumber the local villagers. 🙉

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The Palm House in Green Village

from $325 a night, flipkey.com

Location: Bali, Indonesia

The Palm House puts all the other tree houses to shame. Standing at six stories and built entirely out of bamboo, this treehouse is filled with beautiful detailing you won't even notice your first time through. It's all open, with no walls or windows, so you'll breathe in the fresh air on every level. Don't worry about getting too hot at night — the Palm House has air-conditioning in all the bedrooms.

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A Treehouse in the Jungle

from $258 per night, airbnb.com

Location: Puntarenas, Costa Rica

This intimate jungle treehouse will take your Costa Rica trip to the next level. With views of both the jungle and the ocean, you'll never want to leave this rental, situated 500 feet in the air. Relax and enjoy the cool breezes from the ocean while you take in the breathtaking surroundings from a bird's-eye view.