Located on a private island in British Columbia, this suspending cocoon is held up by the same knots and rope used on sailing boats. You can actually rent this treehouse out, if you can handle $2,000 a night. Ya...sorry to leave you hanging.
This is another treehouse available to rent (man the Motel 6 has really stepped up their game). Located in Sweden, Tree Hotels are becoming increasing popular. This one resembles a bird's nest or the clump of hair you pull out of the drain every 6 months.
This treehouse in British Columbia, Canada is said to be one of the tallest in the country. This looks like something from Jack and The Beanstalk. I think I've burned 100 calories just looking at the staircase.
Why only work in a cube when you can stay in one as well! This is yet another fancy tree hotel you can rent out for a romantic, yet very odd, vacation. This one is also located in Sweden. So don't be a square! Get up there!
The Redwoods Treehouse in New Zealand is actually a restaurant. They host weddings, corporate events, and private dining. Wow, and you thought your treehouse with the Easy Bake Oven was neat. This thing does look like a giant onion though. Now you have an excuse to cry when you see how much the wedding bill is.
This epic treehouse was built by a Colorado couple who bought 600 acres worth of land in Costa Rica. They turned it into a residential treehouse community. They have 25 structures including a community center. Your neighbors can literally "swing" by for a cup of sugar.
This retail shop and bar in Ohio serves (as you guess it) beer! The company actually has two tree houses, both designed by famous tree house connoisseur, James Nelson. Who needs a designated driver when you can swing from the branches back home?
Architect Peter Bahouth created a series of houses in trees inspired by his boyhood. Here he has three rooms named "Mind," Body," and "Spirit" respectively that are connected by suspension bridges. This is the only good excuse for burning bridges. So you never have to go back to work.
If you are traveling around the Seattle area, forget a corporate hotel and rent one of these outdoor rooms. Treehouse Point, about an hour and a half outside of Seattle, has 5 different tree spaces you can rent. Hopefully everyone will leaf you alone on your relaxing vacation.
We never thought to call branches "tree bones" but some entrepreneurs in Big Sur, California definitely have! This "adult treehouse" is $95 a night and gives you literally a bird's eye view of the surrounding landscape.
This famous treehouse is located in the happiest place on earth! Disneyland's Swiss Family Robinson house is a jungle gym for kids (and adults). It closed in 1999 and reopened as "Tarzan's Treehouse" but in our hearts it will always belong to the Swiss.