Top 30 Most Beautiful Tree Houses In The World

If you are tired of staying in hotels or hostels every time you take a trip or go on holidays, you may try staying in one of these uniques treehouses in the world. For nature lovers and adventurers, these are the perfect places to connect with Mother Nature. Although they will not resemble your childhood’s tree houses, they are the best places to stay! Our favorites are #23#13 and #1!

#30. Hotel Skyler Syracuse

Syracuse is a city in and is also the county seat of Onondaga County, New York, in the United States. It is the fifth-most-populous city in the state of New York following New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, and Yonkers. Syracuse is located 87 miles east of Rochester, 131 miles east of Buffalo, and 150 miles west of the state capital Albany. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 25.6 square miles, of which 25.1 square miles is land and 0.6 square miles is water.

Photo: Courtesy of Hotel Skyler Syracuse

At Hotel Skyler, which is the first LEED Platinum-certified hotel in Syracuse, you will find two Treehouse Suites that overlook Golisano Children’s Hospital. These suites were inspired by the two-story treehouse that is located in the hospital and which serves as its spiritual care area. Each suite features treehouse-influenced amenities, such as a loft sleeping area, under-the-stairs bunks and treehouse-themed beds. Plus, half of the room rate is donated to the hospital.

#29. Tarangire Treetops

Indulge your treehouse fantasies right on the border of Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. This Elewana-affiliated resort has some of the largest bedrooms of any camp or lodge in East Africa, and each of them has an en suite bathroom and a private balcony with open views of the surrounding plains and wildlife. The Main Lodge is built around a 1,000-year-old baobab tree, and available activities range from walking safaris and evening game drives in the park to tours of a local Masai village.

Photo: Courtesy of Tarangire Treetops

Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania, and the name of the park originates from the Tarangire River that crosses the park. The park is famous for its high density of elephants and baobab trees. Visitors to the park can expect to see large herds of thousands of zebra, wildebeest and cape buffalo. Predators in Tarangire include lion, leopard, cheetah, caracal, honey badger, and African wild dog.

#28. Chaa Creek

You may have heard of Jacuzzi suites, but did you know you can find one in a treehouse? At Chaa Creek, an eco-resort nestled within a 400-acre nature reserve in western Belize, the Treetop Suites promise to give you an amazing view of the surrounding rainforest. Outdoor Jacuzzis are the perfect spots for stargazing, and birds like toucans and parrots are occasionally spotted flying by. In addition to all this, all rates cover daily breakfast for two and access to an outdoor pool and the resort’s butterfly farm.

Photo: Courtesy of Chaa Creek

The Chaa Creek is a tributary of the Macal River in western Belize, and there are several attractions to be seen. There are Maya ruins that remain largely unexcavated in the Chaa Creek catchment basin; certain early research was conducted on the archaeology at Chaa Creek in 1997 by Harvard University. Significant pottery finds and other artifacts have been recovered at the Chaa Creek site, which is posited to be a satellite site of Xunantunich.

#27. Adventures Unlimited Outdoor Center

The Lorax Loft at Adventures Unlimited Outdoor Center in the Florida Panhandle is a treehouse with cozy amenities like a fireplace, a soaking tub and a king-sized bed. Other highlights of this Loft include a deck and a kitchen with a minifridge, stovetop, microwave and coffee maker. And on the property grounds, guests have access to various outdoor activities, including volleyball, horseshoes, kayaking, zip lining and biking.

Photo: Courtesy of The Lorax Loft

Among the several activities to be done in Adventures Unlimited Outdoor Center there are river activities, such as canoe, kayak, tube or SUP down clear, flowing streams past secluded, sugar-white beaches, through the Blackwater River State Forest of Northwest Florida. If you are not into individual activities, the center also offers group activities, such as river trips or scavenger hunts.

#26. Treehouse Utopia

Treehouse Utopia comprises four treehouses that opened for the first time in summer 2018. Every treehouse has a sitting room, a bedroom, a full bathroom and very spacious decks for all the family, as well as French-inspired decor that pays homage to the owner and chefs training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.

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The Chapelle, named for the French countryside chapels, aims to give guests a deeply spiritual feeling, while the Chateau is the largest and most luxurious, and it comprises two stories. The Bibliotheque features bookshelves, a fireplace and comfy chairs, and in the Carousel, visitors will find whimsical touches like an antique carousel panel repurposed as a headboard and a chandelier made from an antique carousel horse.

#25. Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa

If you intend to look for a luxurious tree house, this is your place. Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa is an upscale resort situated about 100 miles southwest of London. Each treehouse suite is set 35 feet above the ground and boasts its own terrace and outdoor hot tub.

Photo: Courtesy of Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa

Inside, visitors will find a king-sized bed; a kitchenette with a dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave; heated floors; a marble bathroom with a freestanding tub and walk-in shower; and a sitting room. The resort also offers two restaurants, as well as a spa, tennis courts, walking trails, an outdoor pool and a nine-hole golf course.

#24. Matangi Private Island Resort

The Fiji Islands is an archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, situated on the 180˚ Meridian, in the Tropic of Capricorn, 18˚ South of the Equator; Fiji is part of the Oceanic group of islands, which are mostly volcanic in origin with large fringing tropical coral reef systems. Matangi Private Island Resort is situated on its own 240-acre island paradise in the North-East part of the Fiji group of islands.

Photo: Courtesy of Matangi Private Island

The unique island paradise has been in the owner’s family since 1878 when an adventurous ancestor who sailed on a schooner from Sydney during the ‘Great Fiji Rush of 1870’ purchased the island in 1878. Crafted from local hardwoods, bamboo, lava rock and coconut palm thatch, the nine authentic Bures and three unique Treehouses offer a harmonious balance between nature and contemporary elegance. Don’t miss out on the next paradise in Thailand!

#23. The Island Hideout

The Island Hideout is for those who long to find personal balance, experience the raw beauty of nature and deepen their bonds with family, romantic partners and – most importantly – with themselves. The Hideout provides an atmosphere of tropical luxury, offering comfortable accommodation, gourmet dining, wellness and mindfulness programs, and undisturbed natural beauty, fused with Koh Yao’s pristine jungle environment and its wonderfully warm people.

Photo: Courtesy of The Island Hideout

Built with eco-friendly materials, each accommodation measures 700 square feet and features a king-sized bed, an open-air bathroom, an authentic Thai sarong and drinking water replenished daily. Most importantly, modern conveniences like electricity, TVs and Wi-Fi access are not available here, in order to connect with nature. Outside the treehouse-style lodges, you’ll find a farm-to-table restaurant that serves traditionally cooked Thai cuisine by candlelight. Activities, such as massages, jungle trekking and boat trips to nearby islands, are available as well.

#22. Acre Baja

Located in the foothills of San Jose del Cabo is Acre, a lush sanctuary set on 25 acres of abundant greenery. Featuring elegant treehouses, organic farms, private event spaces, and an award-winning bar and restaurant, connection and celebration are at the heart of what they do, and they know what they do.

Photo: Courtesy of Gina & Ryan Photography

Each treehouse consists of a bathroom, closet, spacious patio, outdoor shower, and high-speed internet, and visitors at their treehouses can embrace their environment in both form and function; the decor is thoughtfully crafted by Mexican artisans, and the walls are constructed from the branches of local trees.

#21. Miramichi Treehouse

Miramichi Treehouse & Camping Adventures is located in an idyllic country setting amidst towering pines and borders the scenic Black River. Explore the surrounding forest and river trails, fish in the nearby rivers, take a swim in the pool or just relax on the spacious lawns. All while staying in one of the tree houses, cottages, RV or Tent sites!

Photo: Courtesy of Miramichi Treehouse

Miramichi Treehouse is a 200-acre campsite by Canada’s Black River that has an outdoor pool, nature trails, a playground and 12 treehouses, which vary greatly in their amenities. Most offer small decks, picnic tables and fire pits, and some come with electricity and minifridges. Several also have bathrooms with toilets and sinks for a slightly more deluxe experience. Keep in mind that none are equipped with heating and bedding, so pack accordingly.

#20. Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve Canopy Village

The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve is located in the middle of the Chilean Patagonian Rainforest, under the majestic Andes Mountain range. This is a unique project because it is committed to the conservation of nature and local culture. The Huilo Huilo Foundation’s mission is to develop flora and fauna conservation projects and to involve the local community and local entrepreneurs in this work. They have an extensive network of public and private collaborators, who are committed to the area’s natural and cultural sustainability.

Photo: Courtesy of Huilo Biological Reserve

At the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve in Chilean Patagonia, guests can stay in one of two Canopy Village shelters elevated more than 16 feet above the ground. Each shelter features a camper bed with a mat and blanket, a folding table, a stove or radiator, a private outdoor or indoor bathroom, and windows with rainforest vistas. Common areas range from a kitchen for preparing food to a terrace with grills to connected walkways for wildlife viewing. Visitors can sign up for adventurous activities like trekking, rafting and mountain biking.

#19. TreeCasa Resort

Back in 2006, a coalition of Californians came together to forge a new kind of community for sustainable living inspired by the confluence of people and place. They founded El Encanto del Sur on Nicaragua’s Emerald Coast. A decade later, while searching for a proper place to build a small retreat and community volunteering space, they came upon the magnificent twins. The Ceibas inspired greater aspiration for the original project.

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In addition to offering canopy suites, this lush 450-acre resort on Nicaragua’s Emerald Coast gives guests the opportunity to stay in its large two-story Casa Arbol treehouse. Featuring space for up to four guests, this treehouse boasts a kitchenette, a living area, a wraparound deck and a bathroom with an outdoor shower. Walk up a flight of stairs and you’ll find the master bedroom with a two-person outdoor shower and a balcony.

#18. Dominican Treehouse Village

The Dominican Tree House Village is like something out of a dream. The Tree House Cabins are spread across a beautiful valley that is safely tucked away in the heart of the tropical Caribbean jungle. The cabins are connected by various rope bridges and jungle paths that are all designed to emphasize and enhance an intimate connection with nature and separation from the modern world.

Photo: Courtesy of The Dominican Tree House Village

Located in the heart of the Samaná Peninsula, the Dominican Tree House Village is at the center of what is considered to be one of the safest and most beautiful places in all of the Dominican Republic. Samaná is widely recognized as being “the best-kept-secret” of the island, featuring spectacular world-class beaches and lush, mountainous landscapes that have remained relatively quiet and untouched by tourism.

#17. Doe Bay Resort

Doe Bay, once a secret gem of the Pacific Northwest, has a long, colorful history and a loyal group of fans and followers both local and worldwide. The accommodations are rustic and charming, but the real Doe Bay experience lies beyond your cabin, yurt or tent. It may be what you feel when you walk quietly to the tip of Meditation Point and stand alone, except for the active sea life playing in front of you. It may strike you when you return from a vigorous hike up Mt. Constitution and relax with your friends in the sauna or the soaking tubs.

Photo: Courtesy of The Doe Bay Resort and Retreat

This treehouse on Orcas Island offers wraparound decks with water views. Designed and built for DIY Network’s television show “The TreeHouse Guys“, the 38-acre Doe Bay Resort & Retreat’s treehouse includes a sitting area with a sleeper sofa and a loft with a queen-sized bed which is only accessible by ladder. This cabin also comes equipped with electricity, a bathroom with a toilet and sink, and a minifridge. What’s more, activities such as kayaking excursions, massages and yoga classes can be enjoyed on-site.

#16. Soneva Kiri

Untamed jungle, pristine beaches, and a local fishing village, Koh Kood is an unspoilt island far beyond Thailand’s tourist trail. Located on this island is the serene and secluded Soneva Kiri, offering an unrivalled blend of luxury, environmentally friendly design and unforgettable, authentic Thai experiences. Barefoot luxury at its best, Soneva Kiri inspires the imagination, Thai style. To reach Soneva Kiri from Bangkok guests can take our private plane from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport to Koh Mai Si, with a flight time of 1 hour and 15 minutes. Then a 5-minute luxury speedboat transfer will take guests to Soneva Kiri’s jetty.

Photo: Courtesy of Soneva Kiri

Located on a gorgeous but lesser-known island in Thailand, Soneva Kiri boasts a unique amenity for its guests: tree pod dining. Visitors are hoisted to the treetops to dine in a bamboo pod, where they can savor gourmet cuisine while taking in stunning ocean and rainforest vistas. Available for breakfast, lunch, high tea and dinner, the two-hour experience features food and beverage service from waiters who travel between the trees by zip line.

#15. Snow Bear Chalets

Snow Bear Chalets is a collection of three magical luxury treehouse chalets, located ON Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort’s Hope Slope. With no parking lots or treacherous staircases to deal with, you can ski to Chair 3 from any of the chalets and hit the slopes in under a minute! Hope Slope – is the first to open each season and a great option for night skiing on Whitefish Mountain. Plus, you’re only steps away from the mountain’s main mountain biking trailhead, connecting you to hundreds of miles of prime trails.

Photo: Courtesy of Whitefish Mountain Resort

Whitefish Mountain Resort’s Snow Bear Chalets offers ski-in, ski-out treehouses for winter sports enthusiasts who want to get close to nature. The three treehouses sit less than a minute away from a chairlift, come equipped with four to eight beds and span two or three levels. All feature large windows with mountain views, as well as private hot tubs, gas fireplaces, lofts and outdoor decks.

#14. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

Pristine, remote and yet easily accessible. Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica is adjacent to the lush Tambopata National Reserve, where the Madre de Dios river meanders through the Southern Peru rainforest region, known as the Biodiversity Capital of Peru. A welcoming haven situated at the heart of a 17,000 hectare (42,008-acre) private ecological reserve, and only a 25-minute flight from Cusco.

Photo: Courtesy of Inkaterra Hotels

An eco-luxury lodge in front of Madre de Dios River, Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica has 35 wooden cabanas inspired in the Ese’Eja culture. 540 bird species have been inventoried in hotel grounds, deep in the rainforest. The property offers a varied selection of à-la-carte excursions, including a visit to the Inkaterra Canopy Walkway, a bridge system at 30 meters above the ground, allowing adventurers to enjoy a privileged view of the Amazon.

#13. KA BRU Forest

Rising out of the jungle to face the sunset over the rainforest, KA BRU Forest is ethically crafted from 60-year-old demolition woods. The Villa features a fully equipped kitchen, one bedroom with direct walk-in closet and an ensuite open-air rainforest shower. Additionally, there is an open area bathroom with two rainforest showers, private yoga deck and private pool.

Photo: Courtesy of Patrick Armbruster

You’ll have a front-row seat to the Atlantic Rainforest at KA BRU Forest’s treehouse villa. Situated approximately 155 miles southwest of Salvador, this treehouse boasts a large terrace and an open floor plan with indoor-outdoor living. Breakfast is complimentary daily, and the on-site KA BRU Restaurant is available for other meals. Additionally, you’ll find plenty of ways to get active outside, including kayaking, hiking and surfing.

#12. Arctic TreeHouse Hotel

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel provides a unique blend of luxury comfort in the heart of Arctic nature, local Lappish traditions and modern Scandinavian design. In contrast to the meticulously designed accommodation and nest-like coziness, the panoramic views from the windows provide impressive spectacles of the forest and Arctic skies: the Northern Lights and Midnight Sun can be admired from the comfort of your bed.

Photo: Courtesy of Arctic Tree House

Located just outside of Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle, this property features comfy treehouses with beds facing floor-to-ceiling windows, bathrooms with heated floors and rain showers, free Wi-Fi access and espresso machines, among other amenities. Seven of them also come with kitchenettes, and breakfast is included in all room rates.

#11. Historic Banning Mills

Historic Banning Mills is located in Georgia’s only hidden gorge on beautiful Snake Creek in Carroll County, Georgia. Originally, the area was home to the Creek and Cherokee nations. The Native Americans lived in lodges made of pine poles and mud plaster, hile farming and hunting along the rich and fertile Chattahoochee River area.

Photo: Courtesy of Historic Banning Mills

Nowadays, the Historic Banning Mills bed-and-breakfast offers multiple treetop retreats with jetted tubs, gas fireplaces and covered decks overlooking a gorge. Each treehouse, which can only be accessed by a sky bridge, also boasts a microwave, a minifridge and a Keurig coffee maker. Additionally, treehouse rates include daily complimentary breakfast, as well as access and use of the on-site facilities, which include 80-plus acres of nature trails, a seasonal swimming pool, a miniature golf course, a billiards room, sports courts and more. Perfect for a romantic escape!

#10. Playa Viva

Nestled between the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean and the majestic Sierra Madre Mountains near the village of Juluchuca, Playa Viva is situated on a mile of pristine and private beach. Combining simple elegance with natural beauty and a commitment to improving the environment and the local community, Playa Viva is a sustainable boutique hotel located on the western coast of Mexico, just 35 minutes south of Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa International Airport.

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Situated 6 feet above the ground, the treehouse features a king-sized bed, a lounge area with a hammock built into the floor, and a private bathroom just down the stairs. Plus, the nightly rate covers daily yoga sessions, all meals and drinks, and common area Wi-Fi access. Stay three or more nights and you’ll also receive complimentary transfers to and from Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport.

#9. Winvian Farm

Far from the madding crowd, in the Litchfield Hills, lies a quiet getaway. Set on 113 acres and bordering extensive woods and lakes, Winvian was created to recharge and indulge. A place like this is difficult to describe for it lacks nothing. Winvian aspires to visitors with no airs but graces, no extravagance or opulence, only warmth and treats.

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This luxury resort in the Litchfield Hills area of Connecticut is home to a two-story treehouse with many modern amenities, including two gas fireplaces, a king-sized bed, a steam shower, a Jacuzzi and a full bar. The first floor features the bedroom and bathroom, while the second floor comprises the living area. Additional facilities, such as a farm-to-table restaurant, a 5,000-square-foot spa and a seasonal outdoor pool, are also available on the resort grounds.

#8. Sanctuary Baines’ Camp

Baines’ Camp is a luxurious and intimate safari lodge on the southern edge of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Set in a private concession for sheer exclusivity, the camp sits under shady trees overlooking a large, perennial lagoon just off the Boro River. Guests at Baines’ Camp are at the heart of the legendary Okavango Delta wildlife experience and will enjoy a variety of classic game viewing activities: morning, afternoon and early evening spotlit game drives are offered, as are canoe trips, walking safaris and motorboat excursions.

Photo: Courtesy of Sanctuary Retreats

Many of the camp’s structures are built from recycled cans, and the property’s five suites offer wooden decks where guests can sleep outdoors or bathe under the stars. Visitors can also eat brunch with elephants, enjoy game drives and walking safaris, and experience high tea. The resort even has its own private airstrip for accessing the camp.

#7. Great Huts Resort

Almost 20 years ago, Dr. Paul Rhodes stumbled upon a parcel of land for sale In Portland Parish, on an escarpment 100 feet above the azure waters of Boston Bay.  He immediately recognized something special in this little corner of the world that he’d never seen before, and wasted no time envisioning a special place that could honor Jamaica’s ancestry and cultural heritage, a vision that became a reality in 2001.

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Choose from unusual options like the Almond Tree House (which was built around an almond tree), the Fig Tree House with a canoe-shaped bathtub, and the Bamboo Tree House with a private Jacuzzi and a deck with a hammock. All come with access to a cable TV and Wi-Fi in the lobby, plus daily breakfast. Three restaurants, yoga classes and massages (for a fee), a walking path and a weekly African cultural show are available on-site as well.

#6. Primland

Perched on the edge of the mountains and a short drive from the Lodge, Primland’s three Tree Houses are a retreat from your retreat. These are very intimate cabins built around the solid branches of the treetops,  and each of them gives way to sweeping views of the majestic Kibler Valley and North Carolina Piedmont from the comfort of a vast private deck. While conjuring memories of childhood, the Tree Houses feature luxe amenities that pamper the body and spirit.

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The Golden Eagle treehouse was custom made in France and built so that no nails were hammered into its host oak tree. What’s more, the treehouses sit up to 2,700 feet above the ground, so you’re bound to see stars at night. When you’re ready to climb down from your perch, you can enjoy resort amenities like an 18-hole golf course, a spa with Native American-inspired treatments, horseback riding, sport shooting and fly-fishing.

#5. Lions Sands Game Reserve

These open-air treehouses put you right in the heart of the bush in South Africa. Ideal for those looking to go off the grid while on safari in Kruger National Park, Lion Sands’ treehouses do not have electricity. Your only connection to the outside world will be via radio contact with the on-site field guide.

Photo: Courtesy of Lion Sands Game Reserve

Available amenities include canopy beds, toilets and small dining tables, which all sit on large decks. One treehouse also offers a shower. And on the day you arrive, you’ll be treated to a picnic dinner. The treehouses are positioned above the ground, ensuring you are safe throughout your stay, though you may occasionally hear hippos, lions and hyenas.

#4. Lakeside Treehouse

This unique and quaint lodging comes with private entry, bathroom and balcony and guests have access to all parts of the property. There is no public transportation but, depending on availability, the property host may provide guests with a tranquil boat ride. Other amenities include air conditioning, towels and linens, barbeque grill, fire pit, fireplace, bathroom with shower, cable/satellite TV, large patio and dock.

Photo: Courtesy of Finger Lakes Regional Tourism

Set on Cayuga Lake, this pet-friendly treehouse boasts a bedroom, a bathroom and a small deck overlooking the lake. Borrow a kayak or cook dinner on an outdoor barbecue grill before watching the sunset from the deck, dock or fire pit area. Or, take advantage of indoor amenities like a full kitchen in the cottage and a living room with a satellite TV.

#3. The Hapuku Lodge

Hapuku Lodge + Tree Houses were designed and built by the Wilson family: five siblings (Michael, Tony, Peter, Marilyn and Sara), who grew up in Wellington, New Zealand, and their children. The Lodge and Tree Houses, designed and built by the Wilsons, offer a unique and inviting environment, even down to the furniture, a good deal of which Peter and Tony designed and had crafted locally, with the help of three skilled furniture makers, David King, Lochlan Hill and Michael Henwood.

Photo: Courtesy of The Hapuku Lodge

The Hapuku Lodge + Tree Houses, located on a deer-breeding farm on New Zealand’s South Island, offers guests five treehouse accommodations, plus lodge rooms and a three-bedroom house. Inside each of the treehouses, which sit above a Kanuka grove, visitors will find large windows with views of the mountains and the Pacific Ocean, as well as a fireplace and furnishings built by local woodworkers. Most of the property’s treehouses come with one bedroom, but for more space, groups can reserve one of the two-bedroom family treehouses.

#2. The Mohicans

The Mohicans is a family owned and run business that believes in protecting and respecting the environment, supporting sustainability values and integrating those values into activities as business owners. Awareness and education about environmental degradation and sustainable growth are goals of the owners reflected in the decision to not use toxic cleaning supplies and harmful detergents for linens including bleach and industrial solvents and use of environmentally friendly dish soap, toiletries and paper products, and compact fluorescent bulbs.

Photo: Courtesy of Jason Crocker

Known to host celebrities like Matthew McConaughey, this Ohio property offers six treehouse options, which range from single rooms and lofts to a two-bedroom space with a corrugated metal exterior. Some come with full baths, while others include outdoor showers. The accommodations feature unique touches like cathedral windows, solid mahogany doors, bridges for access and 100-year-old barn wood accents. When you’re ready to depart your home in the trees, enjoy hiking the area’s trails and three state parks.

#1. Sunset at the Palms

Awaken each morning to the sounds and scents of nature at our adults-only retreat, Sunset at the Palms. Nestled amongst tropical gardens and flowering plants at the edge of Negril, this unique all-inclusive hidden secret is best described as intimate, chic and serene. It delivers the best of Jamaica’s beauty and endless charm, all just steps from our island’s finest white sand beach, in the capital of cool, Negril.

Photo: Courtesy of Sunset at the Palms

Set in expansive gardens with walkways, each treehouse features tall ceilings, dark wood floors, satellite television, free Wi-Fi access, a modern bathroom and a private porch with a daybed. Outside your room or suite, you can enjoy activities like snorkeling, kayaking and cooking classes when you’re not relaxing on the white sand beach or hanging out at the pool. The property is also home to the Ginger Lily Spa and six eateries and bars.

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