Sleep in the Sky: Eight Amazing Treehouse Hotels

By Ashlea Halpern - 2013-11-29T17:45:41Z

Photograph courtesy The Tree House Lodge

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The Tree House Lodge

Limón, Costa Rica

Sandwiched between the turquoise Caribbean and the Gandoca-Manzanillo wildlife refuge, the Tree House suite at the ten-acre Tree House Lodge is a sight to behold: a split-level hideaway propped up on stilts and accessible via wooden suspension bridge. The space has air-conditioning, a Jacuzzi, fridge, iPod dock, mosquito netting, screened-in windows, and a barbecue grill, not to mention it's a short walk to Punta Uva beach. After a swim, guests can rinse off in a shower built right into the folds of a 100-year-old Sangrillo tree.

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