“Well, with the help of a group of well known designers and architects, we have now turned the idea into a reality. We have a group of unique rooms created in harmony with nature, and with our ecological values. They are all set in the forest where we live, a refinement of the local conditions. “Dig where you stand” as the saying goes.
It is important that we find another way to value the forest, rather than to cut the trees for industrial use. This Boreal forest is one of the Earth’s lungs. We need to look after it.
Our inspiration came from the documentary film “Trädälskaren” (Treelover) by Jonas Selberg Augustsen. It is the story of three men from the urban environment who look to get back to their roots by building a tree house together. It is a philosophical film about what “the tree” means to us humans, both historically and culturally.
It has been our inspiration to expand the idea into a hotel, with the added dimension of innovative modern design.
We are working to make the construction and daily running of the Tree Houses as green as possible, which is consistent with our values and, we hope, yours too.”
- Now Booking | Sweden’s Treehotel (tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com)
- Treehotel – Sweden (go-green.ae)
- Treehotel in Sweeden (seedorama.com)
- Modern Tree Hospitality – The Harad Treehotel Brings Back Childhood Memories (trendhunter.com)
- Make your nest in this treetop hotel (cnn.com)
- For the love birds — a tree top hotel (nationalpost.com)
- Action Alert: Only 1 mn of your time to Stop the logging in the Änok delta (theboldcorsicanflame.wordpress.com)
- If my happiness could have talked it would have filled that hotel with a deafening roar ~ Humbert Humbert in the film, Lolita (1997) (greenlandoceanblue.com)
- One Way Ticket to a Greener Tomorrow (travelintheknow.com)
- Room 77 Finds You The Best Hotel Room, Not Just Best Hotel (slashgear.com)