For those of you who love treehouses, what better than to stay in a tree hotel? Especially when this hotel is tucked in a Swedish natural landscape and built ten meters up in the pines. That’s right, The 7th Room is a perfect place to visit and you can even watch the Northern Lights from there.
This magnificent hotel was built last year by Snøhetta. It’s located in the north part of Sweden and provides views over the Lule River and Aurora Borealis. The 7th Room is also one of seven Treehotel cabins. According to the firm, “The 7th Room experience begins when approaching the cabin from the forest. Nearing the base of the tree, the view of the complete cabin gradually recedes as a sixth facade appears.”
Since the focus was the nature, this treehouse features large windows. On a clear day, they are perfect for seeing the Aurora Borealis. There’s also a suspended net terrace and a staircase leading inside the cabin. When the weather is good, all you need is a good sleeping bag and you can enjoy the stars.
On the other hand, the 75 square meters of living space provides enough space for five guests. Besides the net terrace, inside you’ll find two bedrooms, a lounge and a bathroom.
The black wooden surface of the exterior contrasts the interior. Inside, you’ll find minimalistic furniture, Scandinavian ash wood, birch plywood and textiles. All guests can visit the nearby Britta’s Pensionat. There, they can enjoy the mid 20th-century decor, a restaurant, bar, sauna and relaxation area.
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