Magical Beachside Treehouse at Playa Viva, Mexico
There’s something magical about treehouses – whatever your age. These arboreal boltholes will appeal to growns-ups who want to get close to nature without forgoing creature comforts.
There are hundreds of tree house hotels to choose from around the World giving you tastes of the rustic, luxurious, and even the futuristic. You will be surprised at how diverse the tree house hotels are as many of them are made to blend in with their own unique settings.
Playa Viva, an eco-friendly resort located in Juluchuca, Mexico features a treehouse for nature lovers to enjoy around serene oceanfront location. It is an award-winning private treehouse by Deture Culsign and Kimshasa Baldwin, built 6 feet above the ground amidst high palm trees offering clear views of the beach.
Fitted with a giant king bed, private bathroom and lounge area with an in-floor hammock, you’ll feel like you’re in heaven as you look out and take in the gorgeous views.
The villa’s palm-tree-pierced, clay tile roof and exposed wood beams provide a textural ceiling for the lounge and bathroom, where locally sourced wood becomes countertop, carved stone is the vessel sink and hand-laid pebbles create the graphic shower floor. Bamboo screening provides privacy while the roof is intentionally carved back so showering can be experienced outdoors, revealing palm trees by day and a blanket of stars by night.
Tropical forests and mangroves add beauty and variety to the location, the area being known for its stunning nature walks, so lace your shoes up and go for a stroll.