Superb Bamboo House is a Holiday Paradise
While Colombians believe that God created their land so beautiful that it was unfair to rest of the world, the Mexican people may rightly challenge these claims and they may also lead to some of the most sustainable living on the planet. Take for instance the Playa Viva, a sustainable resort located north of Acapulco in Juluchaca with a heavenly stretch of beach that could be your dream holiday destination.
To take your stay to another level both physically and literally and make your holiday that much better, the resort recently unveiled a unique bamboo Treehouse suite in a surrounding that you wouldn’t want to miss. Surrounded by lush palms, the beachfront Treehouse gives guests the opportunity to view the marvelous oceanfront while providing a natural immersive experience.
Built and designed by Chicago-based architectural firm, Deture Culsign, this Treehouse is made of nothing else but bamboo with electricity and hot water provided by a powerful solar system. This intriguing concept is based on ensuring that guests seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living.
The suite can sleep three people, has an open air sitting room and a private bathroom; all located on the ground floor. The upper floor has an outdoor bathroom to provide a sensational shower experience, a king size bed and a two person hammock suitable for relaxing and gazing onto the private beach.
Depending on the season, prices for this superb bamboo Treehouse range from $445 to $620 a night with meals and yoga classes included. This is on you better put it on your holiday bucket list.