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To Glamp or not to Glamp?

To Glamp or not to Glamp?

From comedy to cabaret, this five-day event is not just about the music. Glastonbury Festival, located in Pilton, Somerset, is one of the most famous festivals in the world. It incorporates a wide array of contemporary performing arts and attracts people from all over the world. And what better way to enjoy an unforgettable event than to stay in unforgettable accommodation?

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The Pop Up Hotel is a luxury oasis away from the crowds, cheap tents and toilet queues. It’s Glastonbury’s answer for those who prefer to “glamp” rather than camp.

Located a short distance from festival entrance Gate D, The Pop Up Hotel offers luxury and privacy to those who stay. With the chance to be close to all the action but not have to compromise on your chill time, there really is no-where else to stay.

The Pop Up Hotel has got you covered with every possible style of glamping accommodation available for you to choose from, including: glamping tents, en-suite pavilions, yurts, hand painted gypsy caravans and Airstreams. For those who want the best of the best, the most lush accommodation at Glastonbury, you can’t walk past the 2,000 sq ft. luxury pavilion tent known as the ‘Tenthouse Suite’. The £14,000 tent is complete with four bedrooms, a porch, access to an outdoor swimming pool, a personal bathroom including shower, flushing toilet and toiletries, ornately decorated open-plan living space and a 10-seater dining table for you to enjoy a private banquet served to you by your very own festival butler.

Whether you opt for the ‘Tenthouse Suite’ or not, whatever accommodation you choose will give you access to: 24-hour HOT showers at your disposal, pamper and spa areas that will have you feeling festival ready after a massage and some time in the salon, concierge services, a private guest lounge, bar and dining room area and a spectacular sun lounging deck for ultimate relaxation. If you want it, they’ve thought of it. The Pop Up Hotel is every festival goers dream.

It’s worth noting that ticket prices are not included in the accommodation. Accommodation prices at The Pop Up Hotel range from approximately £285 to £14,000 depending on how you like to glamp.

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