Sleep in a Danish forest canopy at the Lovtag Treetop Hotel

No matter how old we get, when we see a treehouse, our eyes can’t help but light up. Those childhood dreams of having a treehouse headquarters just got an upgrade with the Lovtag Treetop Hotel By Sigurd Larsen.

Situated in a picturesque forest in the Mariager Fjord — Denmark’s longest fjord — is one of nine planned cabins with a tree growing through it. Each four-person cabin will place you right in the thick of nature, providing you with incredible views via floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows. The treetop living spaces will have a Nordic minimalist aesthetic and will be about eight meters high, as is the lone cabin that’s ready for guests today. You can even head up the staircase and access the roof terrace for even more tranquil, immersive views that your DSLR camera will love. There’s an outdoor shower, a sleeping area, living room, kitchen, and a toilet — providing you with everything you need to enjoy your stay elevated in the forest. You can book your stay now for $294 per night.


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