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Treehouse Hotel London

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"For something truly unique, stylish, and specialYes this is really a hotel inspired by a treehouse, but the finished product is seriously unique and stylish – this extraordinary 4 star London hotel is most definitely wow-inducing! At The Treehouse London, they aim to combine “adventure, independence, and a cozy space” mixed in with an intriguing collection of cleverly recycled objects, handmade details, and lashings of gorgeous greenery. Throw in 95 guest rooms with rainfall showers and Nespresso machines, 12 gorgeous suites, an upscale Mexican restaurant, a cool cafe/wine bar, a penthouse restaurant, and a beautiful 16th-floor rooftop lounge offering spectacular 360-degree skyline views including of the London Eye, The Shard, Canary Wharf and you have a hotel quite unlike anything London has seen before. The location is equally as special and is set just off historic Regent Street at Langham Place in the chic Marylebone neighbourhood. The hotel is located directly across the road from the BBC Headquarters and within walkable distance to Oxford Street and Regent’s Park."
"This leafy hotel may be in central London, but all the greenery ensures that it feels far away from its urban backdrop (which does, admittedly, feature Hyde Park). The quirky treehouse theme is created with the help of repurposed objects, snacks to pack away into your backpack (or even lunch box) and nostalgic music. For the best views, head up to the Nest, a rooftop bar and terrace with 360-degree views of the city. Both Hyde Park and Regent’s Park are within walking distance (the hotel is an excellent pet-friendly choice for dog owners)."
"I've been there three times, I love having a coffe watching the streets at my room's small sofa overlooking Central London. Their terrace The Nest is amazing for a drink on sunny days or a breakfast with a view"

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