Catch Them While You Can
We all know the pop-up restaurant and retail store. Now meet the pop-up hotel. for the most part, this means luxury camping sites—often in places where it would be impossible to build a brick-and-mortar hotel. Some pop-ups use converted shipping containers and yurts; others take the money they’ve saved on real estate to offer ultra-upscale amenities, including gourmet dining, Egyptian-cotton linens, and hot showers.
Our Pick: Collective Retreats operates three high-end glamping sites across the U.S. Its Hudson Valley setup, 120 miles north of New York City, is on a working farm (organic, naturally); each tent comes with a private bathroom and a wood-burning stove.Back to top