The world's first spherical tree house hotel is opening up in the rain forests of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, where customers can be suspended 15 ft up in the air for $145 a night.
Built by Canadian-born Tom Chudleigh at a cost of over $150,000 each, the 'Free Spirit Spheres' are made of beautifully carved wooden exteriors, while two round fiberglass windows give temporary residents an undulating view of the woodland around them as they are rocked to sleep by the wind.
The spherical tree house hotel, where there are three in total, can be entered into by a flight of stairs that open up into a remarkable interior that almost resembles the inside of a boat cabin. The tree houses are intended for two-person occupancy and come in different sizes, each with its own unique view.
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