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Treehotel to open in Sweden

07-08-2010 09:09 BJT

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Child's play looks to be serious business for some Swedish hotel-operators. Tree-houses designed as world-class hotel rooms are being constructed there in a bid to attract travellers who want to be closer to nature.

In a remote village in northern Sweden, a lofty new hotel concept which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design conscious travellers.

Treehotel - located in a place called Harads - will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th - each with their own distinct character.

The cabin is nearing completion, and is already up in the forest.

And the cube, which is the room that has garnered the most attention.

It will be attached to a single tree.

Four meters high and four meters wide, the walls are made with a mirrored glass.

Treehotel - located in a place called Harads - will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th - each with their own distinct character.
Treehotel - located in a place called Harads - will consist of four rooms when it 
opens on July 17th - each with their own distinct character.


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