Sweden's remarkable Tree Hotel

NEXT time you feel like you need to get away from it all, disappear into Sweden’s new Tree Hotel.

That’s right, literally disappear, into an invisible mirror cube hung from a tree trunk that only birds can see. The quirky eco-hotel launched this month with six rooms designed by five different architects, transforming the idea of a Tree House into a unique traveling experience.

Each room has taken incredible measures not to impact the surrounding environment, with the mirror room being coated in an infra-red film visible only to birds - to stop them from crashing into it.

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