"The Cabin" is like staying on the second floor of a nice hotel -- with some aspects of camping. It is close to a major roadway, but you walk 5 to 10 minutes through snow (your luggage is delivered), walk up a long ramp, and climb down a wide ladder to access the room. One wall is glass and there are wide windows looking out on beautiful snow-covered trees, but the path and buildings are always lighted, so it is more the feeling of a hotel than of being suspended in a dark forest. The bed is comfortable, and there are refrigerator, coffee maker, etc., but the toilet is the type that uses paper bags and burns waste after each use, and shower is in another building. There is a balcony (actually the roof) that is probably lovely in warmer weather, the other "rooms" are very creative, and there are saunas and activities available for extra fees. The Tree Hotel is a novel experience, but we have had other novel experiences (igloos, caves, cabins) that, for us, were more value for the money.