Bangkok Tree House
This original hotel is perfect for those looking for an alternative experience in Bangkok. Located just outside the city centre, the Bangkok Tree House allows you to sleep under the stars without giving up any home comforts, far away from the bright lights and craziness of the capital.
The rustic rooms include the 'Family Nest', 'View with a Room', ‘Tree-Top Nest’ and the ‘Bee Hive’, all of which make you feel as thought you are in the midst of the forest whilst staying at a contemporary boutique hotel with a difference. The façade of the building blends into the natural surroundings and is reminiscent of the countryside of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, as it is covered in either lush grasses or artistic pieces of wood. Interiors throughout the property are simple yet effective, with clean-cut lines and a minimalistic colour scheme to highlight the verdant green vegetation outside. A wooden veranda provides guests with outdoor space to relax in the fresh air and a ladder leads up to the scenic rooftop, which offers panoramic views of the city. Food here is of a good standard, ranging from local cuisine to a selection of fusion dishes but we recommend venturing into the city for plenty of fine dining options.
Free perks during a stay include bicycle rental, Wi-Fi, mobile phone rental and ice-cream available all day long so this is an ideal option for those with children. We recommend visiting the rural oasis of Bang Krachao, known as Bangkok’s ‘Green Lung’ in Thai, while enjoying a stay here as it is nearby and provides complete tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of the urban landscape.
Although Bangkok Tree House is in a blissfully remote location, you can experience the capital’s exhilarating buzz in no time as getting to the heart of the city is easy – simply go by boat, taxi or metro and you will be there in less than 15 minutes: meaning guests get the best of both worlds at this hotel.
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