The Canopy Tree House Suite: The Best Room in The Entire Forest
HotelChatter love love loves Treehouse Hotels. We don't know why. Maybe we watched the "Swiss Family Robinson" way too many times on the Disney Channel growing up. But either way, we love 'em and this new Canopy Tree House Suite at the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica in Peru has us extremely giddy.
If you're looking to spice up your next hotel stay, you must book this suite which sits 90 feet above the forest floor and offers up close and personal viewing of toucans, monkeys, orchids and fauna. But it's not just a wooden plank that's been plopped into a tree and secured by a few nails. No, the thatched roof and wooden treehouse is not only exclusive but a little ritzy too. Well, as ritzy as you can get in a rainforest.
From the hotel:
The Tree House can only be accessed via Inkaterra’s existing Canopy Walk network and is serviced by a dedicated Canopy Butler reachable via walkie-talkie. Meals, excursions, and sundowners on the Canopy Walk network can be arranged by your butler.
The suite also features a portable toilet, limited electricity and windows with removable mosquito-netting. Walking the Canopy Walk have you a little frightened? You can stay on the ground-level in a room with two single beds, a hammock and a shower room with a portable water heater.
A night in the Tree House will cost you $300 a night. It includes a sundowner drink, a light dinner and an "energizing" breakfast the next morning. We suspect you might need that energy to walk across the Canopy Walk again. Also of note, your stay is 100 percent carbon neutral but there is a three-night minimum.