The hotel has five levels. On the top level is a viewing platform, a superb place for seeing a range of flora and fauna as well as the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, the narrowest part of the canal.
The fourth floor is the dining area and library and has panoramic windows offering a 360 degree view of the forest. The third floor hosts six bedrooms each with two single beds in and one suite with a queen size bed, while the second floor has single rooms.
Each of the rooms has large windows with views into the surrounding jungle and en-suite facilities. The rooms themselves are very simple with minimal décor and a basic layout, but ultimately one comes here to see the prolific wildlife rather than the rooms.
Belmont House, 23 New Street, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2BP