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September 11, 2017

The 7th Room is a treetop retreat that is a must see. Located in the far north of Sweden it has been designed as part of the Treehotel, a collection of suspended cabins that all vary in style and structure. Treehotel has been designed with the aim to allow visitors to enjoy the unspoiled serenity that this environment has to offer. With spectacular views of the northern lights and surroundings that are hard to beat, Treehotel gives amazing views of the Lule River valley, miles of forest and the oiwerful river that flows through it.

The 7th Room is a treetop retreat that is a must see. Located in the far north of Sweden it has been designed as part of the Treehotel, a collection of suspended cabins that all vary in style and structure. Treehotel has been designed with the aim to allow visitors to enjoy the unspoiled serenity that this environment has to offer. With spectacular views of the northern lights and surroundings that are hard to beat, Treehotel gives amazing views of the Lule River valley, miles of forest and the oiwerful river that flows through it.



Treehotel was started by ex-guidance counsellor Kent Lindvall and his partner ex-nurse Britta Jonsson-Lindval. As two Swedish Lapland locals they have grown up with their roots firmly in this part of the world. The concept they had was to create a hotel that gave people a different experience amongst the tree-tops and was inspired by the film "The Tree Lover". The design was created by Snøhetta architects and is set 10 metres above the forest floor, supported by a collection of 12 columns. At the centre of the structure is a single pine tree which rises through the hollowed out centre secion of the traditional Nordic design.

Treehotel was started by ex-guidance counsellor Kent Lindvall and his partner ex-nurse Britta Jonsson-Lindval. As two Swedish Lapland locals they have grown up with their roots firmly in this part of the world. The concept they had was to create a hotel that gave people a different experience amongst the tree-tops and was inspired by the film "The Tree Lover". The design was created by Snøhetta architects and is set 10 metres above the forest floor, supported by a collection of 12 columns. At the centre of the structure is a single pine tree which rises through the hollowed out centre secion of the traditional Nordic design.



When you approach The 7th Room from below one of the first things you notice is how it seems to blend into its surroundings. This is helped in part by the base of the structure which has been printed with a black and white image of the exact location before the structure was built. A large staircase borders the structure on two sides, weaving its way up from the forest floor to the entrance. But don't worry, you won't need to lug your bags up this, there's a small luggage elevator for this! The exterior of the building is clad in a unique dark charred wood which helps blend it into its surroundings.

When you approach The 7th Room from below one of the first things you notice is how it seems to blend into its surroundings. This is helped in part by the base of the structure which has been printed with a black and white image of the exact location before the structure was built. A large staircase borders the structure on two sides, weaving its way up from the forest floor to the entrance. But don't worry, you won't need to lug your bags up this, there's a small luggage elevator for this! The exterior of the building is clad in a unique dark charred wood which helps blend it into its surroundings.


Move on to the interior and you will see that it has been finished in a clean and sharp blend of white paint, light wood and dark accents. Bespoke furniture gives a further feeling of a unique experience inslucing a Scandia chair by Norwegian designer Hans Brattrud. The 7th Room has a 55 square metre floorplan which offers ample space for up to 5 guests with 2 bedrooms, a lounge, a bathroom and a terrace. Floor to ceiling windows give unparallelled views of the landscape and spectacular views of the Northern Lights. The whole structure is built around a pine tree that raises up through the centre and is surrounded by a net which allows you to ly out and star gaze til your hearts content. The 7th Room is certainly a trip we have on the bucket list.

Move on to the interior and you will see that it has been finished in a clean and sharp blend of white paint, light wood and dark accents. Bespoke furniture gives a further feeling of a unique experience inslucing a Scandia chair by Norwegian designer Hans Brattrud. The 7th Room has a 55 square metre floorplan which offers ample space for up to 5 guests with 2 bedrooms, a lounge, a bathroom and a terrace. Floor to ceiling windows give unparallelled views of the landscape and spectacular views of the Northern Lights. The whole structure is built around a pine tree that raises up through the centre and is surrounded by a net which allows you to ly out and star gaze til your hearts content. The 7th Room is certainly a trip we have on the bucket list.



You can see more on The 7th Room on the Treehotel website at treehotel.se or follow them on Instagram @treehotel
You can see more on The 7th Room on the Treehotel website at treehotel.se or follow them on Instagram @treehotel

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