Treehotel in Harads, Sweden
In the middle of unspoiled nature near the Lule river in Harads is the beautiful Treehotel. As a unique hotel experience, Treehotel has six extraordinary tree rooms, each suspended 4-6 meters above the ground, which are accessible by ramp, bridge, or electric stairs. There are also 9 rooms in the main building, Brittas Guesthouse. Each tree room is a unique creation by Scandinavia’s architects, making it one of the most incredible and exceptional hotels in Sweden. With stylish and eco-friendly accommodations,as well as magical views of the forest, Treehotel offers total relaxation to its guests.
There are plenty of activities for guests to take part of, such as guided tours, forest hikes, mountain biking, white water paddling, sea kayaking, and zip lining. Guest can relax or be as adventurous as they feel. The Treehotel restaurant is open year-round offering delicacies from the Swedish Lapland and Swedish cuisine. This place is where to go to enjoy the serene environment and rejuvenate alongside nature. Whether you like speed and adventure or tranquility and calm, a stay at Treehotel offers an experience that will be hard to forget.
Location of Treehotel
Nearest Airport: SFT
Amenities for Treehotel
- On-Site Amenities
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Walks
- Bike Tours
- River Rafting
- Wildlife Viewing
- Nature Hikes
- Bush Walks
- Meeting Room
- Conference Facilities
- Nature Reserve
- Active & Adventure
- Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Treehotel
Sorry, but I don't get it. There are about 8 cabins. Although they are interesting they are not practical. Some are damned difficult to get into. Most importantly you had better be in shape. The walk from the main house to your cabin is about 1/2 mile straight uphill, and slippery in the snow, particularly on the way down. One tip: ask the staff how to walk to your cabin on the road rather than the path. Much easier. The staff is wonderful. The food was very good. The whole deal was not for me. Sorry.
mkarpoff - NY
coolest hotel i have ever stayed in by far. The mirror cube is by far the best. There is a hot tub and sauna to warm up after the many beautifull walks around. Dont miss this place on your journey through lapland
petergrey1011 - Copenhagen, Denmark
My review will be positively biased since I've wanted to visit the place for some time and close to winter time (please excuse the lack of proper Swedish spelling of names). Early November greeted us with the first snow, cold weather and a beautiful setting for our trip (two female bff's). The staff was overall very helpful, with special mention to both Maja-s and chef Sebastian's great service and all over great attitude, as they were very helpful and accomodating since before arrival via email and during the trip up until our checkout. One Maja helped with the booking of transport (taxi) from and to Lulea airport and the tours; the other Maja was always helpful with the food services and any questions we had. The chef was very helpful with dietary needs which were previously sent via email. His food is flavorful and tasty. Even breakfast with fresh-from-oven bread, local cheeses, lox and jams, coffee and tea is great. They were all very kind and smiley! We booked a Northern Lights photo tour; guide Jorgen was great and he took us to a couple of places to try and catch them. We had a blast even though the aurora borealis never appeared (note to visitors: search for notes online about "things nobody tells you about the northern lights"; be prepared to have no green-sky pictures since they're not always in the sky). We stayed in the cabin which is quite elevated from the ground and the one we wanted from looking at the website, since it suited our travel taste. Warm, cozy and great view of the Harads forest and the Lulea river. Using incinerating toilet is no problem, you just need to get out of paradigm. If you're eco-minded you'll love it, as well as the eco-friendly, locally produced and organic hand soap and lotion (they smell fruity). Mind that this is a green hotel (environmentally-concious) so you won't be using your shampoo or soap since the water goes back to the forest, so it's important you comply! This is a good thing so don't bring your close-minded attitude, if I may be so bold to say so, since you'll just be frustrated. Give yourself the chance to experience the deal as intended. We booked the sauna for a couple of hours which was a great and relaxing experience. Yes, walking around the small village is mostly seeing the great sights and the local houses plus the supermarket, the gas station and a couple of restaurants, but if you're into walking around peaceful places and seeing tranquil houses, trees and a river so peaceful it looks like a lake, you'll like it (we did). The sunrise and sunset illuminate the sky beautifully if there are no clouds. Do bring warm clothes/layers if you travel between October- March and check the weather in Harads before your trip. It takes about an hour drive to/from airport if weather is not snowy.
catamontavi - Playa del Carmen, Mexico
We (2 adults, 3.5 yr old and 1.5 yr old) stayed for a long weekend at the beginning of September. We had originally booked the ufo for the 3 nights we were there but Britta kindly suggested with 2 small children we'd have more room in the Dragonfly. We were lucky enough to experience both and whilst the dragonfly is spacious and modern, the ufo is truely unique and magical (although not that practical with small children!). Britta and her team are incredibly accomodating, from booking our transfers to and from the airport, to cooking seperate meals for my partner (vegan), myself and the children, and even warming up our baby food for us! The surroundings are beautiful and peaceful, the staff are lovely, nothing is too much trouble and the treehouses are truely unique and a must visit.
Naomi_L1976 - Manchester, United Kingdom
Certainly one of our most unique hotel experiences. We were in the mirrorcube, which is just big enough for two people. After checking in it's a 5 minute walk through a trail in the woods to your treehouse; each one is unique so I'd look for reviews mentioning the specific one you're planning to stay in. The Mirrorcube is quite small but comfortable. Be prepared for a gentle swaying if it's windy, but don't worry the construction is very sturdy. The Mirrorcube is also the only house with no incinerating toilet (as the other ones have), so the bathroom is a little tough to use. We used the public toilets instead, which were fine (read other reviews for descriptions of the incinerator function). Overall, a truly unique experience.
Anand C - London, United Kingdom