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20 most unique hotels in the West

Try an overnight in a treehouse, a vintage trailer, a hanging orb, and more unusual sleeps

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TreeHouse Point
Photo by Andrea Gómez; written by Rachel Levin

TreeHouse Point, Snoqualmie Valley, WA

Julia Butterfly Hill certainly didn’t have it this good: built-in cedar beds, leather reading chairs, hand- made quilts. At TreeHouse Point, 10 minutes from Snoqualmie Falls, Pete Nelson has created a treehouse utopia—plus giant hammocks hung 18 feet high, trails leading to a rocky riverfront beach, and a night sky filled with stars that you feel just a smidge closer to. The Temple of the Blue Moon (pictured) is accessed by a swaying bridge that shakes the house when someone walks the planks. From $195, including breakfast; treehousepoint.com

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