Neverland may be out of reach, but the Pan Treehouse Hotel is just as good at letting you never grow up. The hotel consists of two tree cabins that have six beds—one double bed and four single beds. Stays include bed linens. The cabins have a sink and fully integrated power and water.
The cabins are A-frame style, and are accessed by an exterior spiral staircase. The A-frame cabins sit atop a sturdy scaffolding system. Each of the four legs is anchored in solid rock, providing a firm foundation strong enough to stand up to double hurricane forces. The cabins are so firmly set that while the trees may sway in the breeze, the cabin won’t.
The spiral staircase is enclosed in a steel mesh to keep you safe and allow light in. Located and set at a specific angle, the cabins are adjusted to maximize sunshine exposure for light and warmth. The large glass faces allow fantastic views and natural light and heat. The interior is clad in sustainable, natural materials, bringing the sense of the outdoors into the cabin.
The Pan Treehouse Hotel is perfect for family and group trips, and for those who want to recapture the wonder and magic of being a kid.