Tree House Lodge, Limón, Costa Rica
If you've ever envied the castaways' sleeping arrangements on the Swiss Family Robinson, the Tree House Lodge may have just the hammock for you. Located on a 10-acre property on Punta Uva Beach in Costa Rica, this eco-lodge features four individual houses offering total privacy and beachfront access. Guests can choose to stay in the Tree House, where the bathroom is built around a 100-year-old tree; the Beach House, built entirely from the wood of fallen trees; the Beach Suite, with a Sea-Horse Jacuzzi; or the Bambu House, built with the same materials the name suggests.
Rooms start at $200 per night (without taxes and fees) based on two people staying together.