A luxury hotel in Bali is made up of stylish treehouses perched at 39 feet in the air with stunning views



Slide 1 of 16: Lift Bali in Ubud is a hotel that consists of three ultra-modern treehouses, with room rates starting at $25 per night.Each treehouse has its own unique look and sits 39 feet off the ground.They all have a king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, and Wi-Fi.The hotel's common area features a sauna, a small pool, an elevated yoga deck, a bar, and plenty of hammocks.It's important to note that nonessential travel is discouraged in many places amid the coronavirus pandemic, including the US, where the CDC warns against it.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.Lift Bali, a hotel in Ubud, has taken the concept of a treehouse to new heights.The boutique hotel is made up of three 39-foot-tall treehouses, each with a super-modern bedroom and bathroom. The hotel is also home to a sauna, pool, bar, and yoga deck, and plans on expanding soon, according to a press release from Lift Bali.Bali reopened its tourism establishments to domestic visitors on July 31, but it won't be open to international tourists until September 11, according to Bali Governor I Wayan Koster.While it's not possible to visit yet, and it's important to note that nonessential travel is discouraged in many places — including the US, where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns against it amid the coronavirus pandemic — it's a good time to get your future bucket list in order. Representatives for the resort did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment when asked about safety precautions it's taking during this time, so it's worth reaching out ahead of time if you consider booking a future stay.Keep scrolling to see what the treehouse hotel is like, according to its website.Read the original article on Insider
Slide 2 of 16: Lift Hotel Bali sits in a lush jungle on the outskirts of Ubud.
Slide 3 of 16: There are three towers, each named after a different famous writer and director.
Slide 4 of 16: There's the Ernest Hemingway House, the George Orwell House, and the Stanley Kubrick House.

Slide 5 of 16: Each unique tower was built using different materials.
Slide 6 of 16: A press release from the hotel says its aim was to create rooms that are "unpretentious and reduced to a minimum." It adds that being off the ground also means more shade, a breeze, and distance from mosquitoes.
Slide 7 of 16: The Ernest Hemingway House is a modern take on a traditional Javanese hut, according to the hotel's website.
Slide 8 of 16: Inside, there's a giant four-poster bed. The furniture is made of recycled wood and rattan.
Slide 9 of 16: The George Orwell House has two floors and a roof deck.

Slide 10 of 16: It has a bathroom on the lower floor ...
Slide 11 of 16: ... and a balcony leading from the bedroom.
Slide 12 of 16: The Stanley Kubrick House is meant to look like a cube, with windows on all sides providing 360-degree views.
Slide 13 of 16: It also has a roof deck great for yoga or watching the sunset.
Slide 14 of 16: Each room has a king-sized bed, an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, and Wi-Fi.

Slide 15 of 16: The hotel's common area has a sauna, small pool, elevated yoga deck, bar, and plenty of hammocks.
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A luxury hotel in Bali is made up of stylish treehouses perched at 39 feet in the air with stunning views

Lift Bali, a hotel in Ubud, has taken the concept of a treehouse to new heights.

The boutique hotel is made up of three 39-foot-tall treehouses, each with a super-modern bedroom and bathroom. The hotel is also home to a sauna, pool, bar, and yoga deck, and plans on expanding soon, according to a press release from Lift Bali.

Bali reopened its tourism establishments to domestic visitors on July 31, but it won’t be open to international tourists until September 11, according to Bali Governor I Wayan Koster.

While it’s not possible to visit yet, and it’s important to note that nonessential travel is discouraged in many places — including the US, where the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns against it amid the coronavirus pandemic — it’s a good time to get your future bucket list in order. 

Representatives for the resort did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment when asked about safety precautions it’s taking during this time, so it’s worth reaching out ahead of time if you consider booking a future stay.

Keep scrolling to see what the treehouse hotel is like, according to its website.

Lift Hotel Bali sits in a lush jungle on the outskirts of Ubud.

There are three towers, each named after a different famous writer and director.

There’s the Ernest Hemingway House, the George Orwell House, and the Stanley Kubrick House.

Each unique tower was built using different materials.

A press release from the hotel says its aim was to create rooms that are “unpretentious and reduced to a minimum.” It adds that being off the ground also means more shade, a breeze, and distance from mosquitoes.

The Ernest Hemingway House is a modern take on a traditional Javanese hut, according to the hotel’s website.

Inside, there’s a giant four-poster bed. The furniture is made of recycled wood and rattan.

The George Orwell House has two floors and a roof deck.

It has a bathroom on the lower floor …

… and a balcony leading from the bedroom.

The Stanley Kubrick House is meant to look like a cube, with windows on all sides providing 360-degree views.

It also has a roof deck great for yoga or watching the sunset.

Each room has a king-sized bed, an en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, and Wi-Fi.

The hotel’s common area has a sauna, small pool, elevated yoga deck, bar, and plenty of hammocks.

The rooms start at $25 a night.

You can visit the hotel’s website to find out more, or book a room for a future stay.

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