There is a new treetop hotel that is the perfect getaway from anyone looking for a different kind of a vacation.
The Keemala Resort in Phuket, Bangkok is giving vacationers the chance to ditch the hustle and bustle of life for a beautiful secluded night staying in a tree. It is a weird and wonderful hotel that fits in with the dynamic of Thailand, as guests have the opportunity to sleep in the skies, literally.
Guests can enjoy one of 38 stunning rooms, each uniquely designed, including exclusive villas separate from the main hotel that will literally have you staying in the trees. Seriously, the villas will make you feel as though you are staying in paradise with your own private pool and room service.
There are two restaurants full of local cuisine for vacationers to try out. Plus, the resort also has a full spa, various yoga classes for relaxation as well as an infinity pool for guests to get lost in. If spending a night in a tree doesn't completely sell you on this hotel, then the views will for sure. It might be secluded in the sky, but beautiful beaches surround the resort for your own private ocean swimming adventure.
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Pictures of the treetop hotel look utterly fake as though they are something out of a movie. They are beautiful, and according to reviews on social media, patrons have fallen in love with The Keemala Resort. It is undoubtedly a once in a lifetime experience, but it does not come cheap. A night in the treetop hotel will cost you $540 but if you can afford that much, it is a must stay spot in Thailand. Yep, staying in paradise is going to come at a cost but boy, it's worth it.
The thought of spending a night in a tree never seems so appealing until the Bangkok resort began making headlines as one of the top places to stay. What do you think about staying in a hotel that is literally in the trees with nothing around but tranquility, is it a must do or a hard pass?