By Andrea Romano
July 19, 2019
Credit: Soren Larsen

Berlin-based Danish design firm Sigurd Larsen has designed some absolutely swoon-worthy tree cabins on the Danish peninsula of Als Odde for Løvtag, a treetop hotel.

It’s not just beautiful, it’s also a wonderful place for environmentally conscious travelers looking for luxury. Each of the nine studio-style cabins is built around an existing, living tree, between 20 and 26 feet off the ground, according to Dezeen.

Credit: Soren Larsen

Every cabin has room for four guests and features a bedroom area, indoor living area, bathroom, indoor toilet, outdoor shower, kitchen, floor-to ceiling windows, and rooftop deck.

Access to the rooftop involves a staircase that makes guests feel as if they’re “climbing” the tree to reach the top, according to Design Boom.

The square-edged, minimal layouts are the quintessential ideal of modern, Nordic design while also letting guests feel at home in natural surroundings. The treetop hotel is close to Denmark's longest fjord, the Mariager, so guests can not only enjoy their time in the cabin, but also get out into nature for hiking, kayaking, fishing, sailing, and spotting wildlife.

“The cabins are located on a small hilltop overlooking a meadow which gives a wonderful view over the top of the forest and lets the sunshine in during the afternoon,” the architecture company said in a statement.

Credit: Soren Larsen
Credit: Soren Larsen

Treehouse hotels have become more popular in recent years for their privacy and connection to nature. Plus, who doesn’t want to spend time in a tree house like they did when they were a little kid?

Nature lovers can find these hotels around the world, including ones in the United States, in Mexico, and Sweden too. There are even some unique, bubble-like treetop cabins that are available to rent in Canada.

Only one of the Sigurd Larsen cabins are available to book at the moment, with eight more still in the planning stages. For more information or to book, visit the Løvtag website.