Hidden among towering pines close to the banks of the Lulea River, Treehotel is an unforgettable, otherworldly escape. Spread out through the forest, Treehotel’s rooms are actually a series of self-contained, one-of-a-kind cabins, suspended in the air beneath the evergreen canopy. Each one is a dazzling example of design, displaying the creativity and playfulness of Treehotel’s architects. There’s the glistening Mirrorcube, where a reflective exterior conceals a spacious contemporary living space, complete with concealed balcony allowing you to enjoy the views in complete privacy. Clad in an overlapping mesh of branches, the Bird’s Nest merges almost imperceptibly with the forest around it, giving up to four guests the chance to truly be at one with nature.
Treehotel's newest offering is the Biosphere. Reached via a suspended footbridge, this bird-spotters’ paradise is encased by 340 nesting boxes, giving you glorious front row seats to see some of Sweden’s abundant feathered fauna. Equal care has been lavished on the room’s human inhabitants, with a stylish interior in subtle shades of white and grey and a stunning roof terrace offering 360-degree views across the treetops. All of Treehotel’s rooms balance their cutting-edge design with the latest in eco-friendly amenities, including incinerating toilets and sustainable Rukkamoinika water systems.
Dining at Treehotel is also deeply intertwined with the landscape. Located in the traditional guesthouse at the heart of the property, the restaurant’s menu moves to the rhythm of the seasons and focuses on the freshest, locally-sourced produce. You’ll enjoy perfectly prepared Swedish delicacies like reindeer, wild moose and foraged berries, each dish accompanied with stories of its provenance.
During your stay, you can take part in a range of activities in the surrounding landscape, including steam sessions in an authentic Swedish sauna, moose safaris, ice fishing and horse riding along peaceful forest trails. For a truly unforgettable natural spectacle, visit between the months of September and March for a chance to see the awe-inspiring Northern Lights illuminating the night sky.
Couples & families
Things to do at the hotel:
Take a serene kayaking expedition along the Lule river
Hike through wildlife-rich forest trails to tranquil lakes
Restore your balance with a forest yoga class
Recover from the day’s adventures in the sauna and hot tub
Enjoy a private dining experience on a frozen lake
Things to do nearby:
Go snowshoeing or cross-country skiing through the enchanting surroundings
Ride through pristine forest trails, reenergising with a fika stop along the way
Embark upon a memorable day of dog sledding through winter landscapes
Fish for salmon on the Lulea River, or go ice fishing on a private lake
Take an exhilarating snowmobile ride through dazzling winter landscapes
Set out on a moose safari in the surrounding forests
Learn about traditional Sami culture and herd reindeer at a nearby homestead
Capture the spectacle of the Northern Lights with a professional photographer
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