Treehouse in the heart of London? Well, not exactly. It's located in a 1960s office block that takes up the top five floors. Not quite the treehouse you would imagine, but it's not about the exterior looks, rather the indoor atmosphere; wooden parquets, a bunch of vintage furniture, colorful bits, and a lot of greenery. All this adds up to the cozy feel you are accustomed to in a treehouse. As the hotel is located high above, all rooms offer epic views of the city.
Our pick of the range is the Skyline King room. It has amazing panoramic skyline views of the city and a cozy window nook. It's like an extra bed that has a built-in tray, in case you like to sip on a drink while enjoying the splendid panorama of London.
London's newest and hippest bar is on the rooftop of Treehouse Hotel. The Nest's interior design is dominated by plants hanging from the ceiling. The outdoor terrace offers a breathtaking 360-degree skyline panorama on the iconic sights of London; the London Eye, The Shard Tower, Canary Wharf, and Regent's Park. In addition, there are two more in-house dining options. Madera serves reimagined Mexican cuisine, and Backyard & The Summer Courtyard has local beers, slushies, biodynamic (sounds exciting!) wines, and small bites on offer.
How central is the location? It's right around Oxford Street, and both The Regent's Park and Hyde Park are a couple of blocks away. You won't miss out on nightlife either as the vibrant Soho district is within a short walking distance. The Treehouse Hotel's staff, aka the "fun finders," will tell you the local tips and the best spots to explore.