Unbelievable hotels: Free Spirit Spheres

Taylor Lorenz 23 November 2017

Discover the magic of the Canadian rainforest by sleeping in the trees in a luxurious sphere treehouse.

Hotel name: Free Spirit Spheres

Where: Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, Canada

What’s unique about this property:

Free Spirit Spheres offers adult-only accommodation hanging in the trees of a coastal rainforest on Vancouver Island.

The three spheres (Eve, Eyrn and Melody) are suspended in the air and the aim of the resort is to allow guests to experience nature while enjoying luxury accommodation.

Each sphere sleeps 1-2 people, vary in size and involve walking across bridges or up spiraling staircases to reach your bed.

What is there to do in the area?

Vancouver Island is home to wildlife, adventure and many unique activities with many things to do any time of the year.

The closest activities to the Free Spirit Spheres include sea kayaking, the Big Qualicum River Hatchery which is home to walking and cycling trails, Horne Lake Caves, nature tours, zip lining, Mount Washington for winter activities, beaches, paddle boarding and much more.

What do other people say?

Previous guests on TripAdvisor say the property is “magical” with some maintaining they “didn’t want to leave.”

With a 95% rating of excellent, this property doesn’t disappoint. Guests say that the spheres have everything you need and encourage people to stay more than one night.

One guest said that the spheres were “comfortable and airy and serene.”


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