The Philippines is a prime destination for unique hotels and resorts, with a wealth of options for travelers. From tropical beach resorts to mountain resorts, farm resorts, floating house resorts and more, the country offers breathtaking landscapes and picturesque settings to choose from.
One such option is treehouse resorts, offering a one-of-a-kind experience for those seeking a tranquil escape. Surrounded by stunning scenery and breathtaking views of mountains, beaches, and forests, these resorts provide a comfortable and safe getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Following is a list of the best treehouse resorts in the Philippines for you to consider.
1.SHANGRI-LA BORACAY RESORT & SPA TREE HOUSE VILLAS IN BORACAY
The Shangri-La Boracay Resort & Spa is a luxurious 5-star resort, surrounded by lush tropical gardens, in northern Boracay. This well-known island is famous for its white-sand beaches and water activities, and the resort is located in a secluded part of White Beach, providing guests with privacy and an exclusive beach experience. The resort is considered one of the best in Boracay and boasts the highly-rated Tree House Villa, which is a two-tiered villa with a 216 sqm. space that offers stunning views of Punta Bunga Beach.
The lower level of the villa features a bedroom with luxurious bedding and linens, including a feather duvet and topper, as well as a flat-screen TV. The en-suite bathroom is equipped with double vanities, a bathtub, a separate rain shower, and all necessary amenities. The upper level of the villa features a living room with a flat-screen TV, an iPod dock, a minibar, tea-making facilities, a spacious writing desk, a sitting area, an outdoor whirlpool bath, daybeds, and additional services such as Wi-Fi access and a butler.
Sanctuaria Treehouses is an environmentally friendly tree house resort located in Busuanga, Palawan, known as the Philippines’ Last Ecological Frontier, and is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking islands and lagoons. The resort is situated near Coron, one of the top destinations in Palawan, famous for its stunning lakes and shipwreck diving sites. Experience a serene and peaceful escape in this treehouse, perched atop a hill in a lush forest.
Guests can choose to stay in a treehouse with either sea or mountain views. Each air-conditioned room is outfitted with comfortable bedding and linens, a fan, mosquito netting, a bathroom with toiletries, a sitting area, a television, and free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.
In addition to the breathtaking views of the ocean and the renowned Palawan sunsets, guests can enjoy a complimentary welcome drink and access to the resort’s on-site restaurant, bar, outdoor pool, garden, game room, karaoke area, and table tennis. There are many recreational activities available at the resort, including boating, diving, canoeing, fishing, hiking, snorkeling, and non-motorized water sports.
3.TWIN GLASS TREEHOUSE AT TUDOR IN THE PINES IN BAGUIO
Tudor in the Pines is a magnificent property located in Baguio, the Summer Capital of the Philippines. The accommodation comprises of five separate houses within a secure property in the City of Pines, and one of them is the Twin Glass Treehouse.
The two treehouses are connected by a wooden deck and sit 30 feet above the ground, offering stunning views of either the mountains or pine tree forests, depending on which treehouse you choose to stay in. The treehouses are equipped with a king-sized bed, a bathroom with a shower and hair-dryer, a private living room, a patio or balcony, and free Wi-Fi access, among other amenities.
Guests will have access to the hanging bridge, the wooden deck, the private garden, a barbeque pit, a fire pit, and unique facilities such as the Glasshouse Lounge for relaxing and enjoying tea, and the Black Tower for stunning views of Baguio.
Treehouse de Valentine is situated in Cebu, known for its stunning islands, diving sites, and historical landmarks. This charming and rustic treehouse is the perfect escape from the city’s hustle and bustle and makes the list of the best Bali-like resorts in the Philippines.
The treehouse features three bedrooms, all equipped with top-quality bedding, private bathrooms with a toilet and shower, a wooden bathtub, a hairdryer, smart television, and other essential amenities. Guests can enjoy daily housekeeping and laundry services, as well as free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.
The treehouse also has a living room, a fully-equipped kitchen with cooking utilities and a refrigerator, free breakfast, a barbeque area, and a riverside patio. Take a refreshing dip in the clean and cool waters of the river at your leisure.
The Tarzan’s TreeHouse is a unique and rustic treehouse in Siargao, a tropical island known for its breathtaking beaches and world-renowned surfing spots. Built with bamboo, wood, and nipa, the treehouse is nestled in two palm trees and provides stunning views of the ocean. Located just 700 meters from the popular Cloud 9 surf area, this is the perfect hideaway for travelers seeking a relaxing retreat.
The air-conditioned treehouse features an attic with a king-sized bed, a sofa that can be converted into a bed, a bathroom with a hairdryer and hot water, a satellite TV, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, refrigerator, a small balcony with sea views, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Guests will have access to the deck area where breakfast is served, a selection of books, hammocks, and throw pillows, easy access to the beach, and free parking on the property.
Subic Green Tree House, located in the coastal town of Zambales, Subic, is an ideal place for a romantic escape surrounded by nature. The exterior is whimsically decorated with mismatched paint and recycled furnishings, making it a unique getaway.
The air-conditioned treehouse comes equipped with cozy bedding, a fully-stocked bathroom with hot water and toiletries, a cold bathtub, a first aid kit, a patio or balcony with hammocks, and free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.
Guests will have access to a fully-equipped kitchen with stove, cooking utensils, refrigerator, a barbeque area, an open backyard, and free parking. Read our article on the top hotels and resorts in Subic for more information.
Located between Puerto Galera and Abra de Ilog in Occidental Mindoro, known for its natural beauty, stands the Coconut Tree House. This unique pyramid-shaped treehouse is situated amidst a grove of coconut trees and is near a village that provides access to the beach.
The treehouse is equipped with a comfortable bed, electric fan, bathroom with towels, and a sitting area with a table. There is also a shared kitchen that includes a gas stove, toaster, water heater, refrigerator, and rice cooker.
Guests will have beachfront access and the option to camp for an additional fee with a provided mattress. The property offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner service, as well as a 24-hour convenience store.
8.STILTS CALATAGAN BEACH RESORT’S SERENITREE & ETERNITREE TREE HOUSES IN BATANGAS
Stilts Calatagan, a well-known resort in the Philippines, similar to the Maldives, is famous for its floating cottages. In addition, the resort offers treehouse villas, which are situated atop trees. Visitors to this Batangas resort have the option to stay in one of two elevated treehouses located on Serenity Beach: the Serenitree and the Eternitree.
The Serenitree is an enchanting tree haven with bamboo wooden exteriors and white interiors. It offers amenities such as air conditioning, a fan, a sitting area, a table, a clean bathroom, and more. The Eternitree, located on a slope at Serenity Beach, has a similar appearance to the first treehouse, but with an additional bed.
Guests staying in one of Stilts’ treehouses will enjoy complimentary welcome drinks, breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and access to resort amenities such as the pavilion, restaurant, pool, and beach.
9.SULU TERRACES AT THE FARM AT SAN BENITO IN BATANGAS
The Farm at San Benito, a renowned eco-luxury wellness resort known for its holistic and medical approach, is situated in Batangas, a popular destination near Manila and home to historic sites and landmarks such as Taal Volcano. Considered one of the top resorts in Batangas, one of its main villas is the cozy, air-conditioned Sulu Terraces, a treehouse designed after traditional Philippine rice barns and featuring bamboo roofs and wooden beams.
The Sulu Terraces offers guests the intimate atmosphere of a modern treehouse with a connecting bathroom and lounge area. The room features two single beds, an in-room safe, a hot water kettle and herbal teas, handmade bath amenities, bathrobes, and free Wi-Fi.
At The Farm at San Benito, guests can take advantage of various amenities such as the on-site restaurant serving organic food, medical and holistic treatments, a spa, golf course, and more.
The Mandala Tribe Treehouses are situated in Siquijor, a small island in the Visayas known for its stunning beaches and waterfalls. This rustic property boasts wooden bamboo flooring and is one of the rare, unique properties on the island, just 1.4 KM away from Pontod Beach.
Their two-story, air-conditioned room includes a closet, a sitting area, linens, a bathroom with a shower and towels, a fan, a separate dining area, a terrace with views of the garden, and free Wi-Fi.
The property offers American breakfast and other dining options for guests, as well as a garden, a sitting area, a patio, easy beach access, and more. Free private parking is available on the premises.