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Hot tub opens in Catskill, New York, Glamping Retreat with clubhouse

Return to Nature — Equipped with all the facilities of a luxurious life. 

Outdoor accommodation company AutoCamp has opened a second East Coast location in Catskill. 

The hospitality brandis also based in Joshua Tree, Yosemite, Zion, Cape Cod and the Russian River in California, promising a "boutique" to its patrons. "Hotel Experience" in "America's Greatest Landscape" on its website. Catskill has long been on the AutoCamp list, alongside some of America's most beloved national parks. 

"There are some places that we find inevitable. Catskill is always one of them because the cultural and outdoor scenes in the area are always thriving." Said Neil Dipaola, founder and CEO of AutoCamp, in the press. release. 

The latest address for the trendy glamping business is set on 37 acres in West Sogati, NY, with 65 airstream trailers, 10 cabins and 10 "Base Camps". increase. Luxury tent. Returning to land is more bougie than ever. All residences are equipped with a seasonal HVAC system, and the facility also has a combination hot tub plunge pool (not yet open) and multiple event spaces (“ideal for corporate meetings”). , Weddings and family reunions "), of course, close to Catskill's natural products ("green forests, rocky mountains, blue swimming pools, sunny meadows "). 

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This New Glamping Spot With Airstreams, Hot Tubs, and a Luxe Clubhouse Spans 37 Gorgeous Acres in the Catskills
Matt Kisiday
catskills glamping autocamp
Matt Kisiday
This New Glamping Spot With Airstreams, Hot Tubs, and a Luxe Clubhouse Spans 37 Gorgeous Acres in the Catskills
Matt Kisiday

The luxurious campsite is a main inspiration for an indoor barn. Focusing on the clubhouse. Fire pit, lounge, reception area, bar, coffee service. A covered porch extends along the back of the building. Elsewhere on the premises, general stores serve local food and drinks.  

"The clubhouse has two different aesthetics: a simple barn-like shape of local agricultural architecture and a modern, industrial atmosphere that is unique to the region. It's a combination, "Works / APD — the company that deals with the architecture and design of the place — told The Post. "The interior is energetic and layered, with bright and eclectic furniture offsetting the interior of rustic columns and beams, seamlessly opening in stunning locations."

Scheduled entertainment As for, press materials promise regular happy hours, tap takeovers by local breweries, live music at the clubhouse, yoga, and guided meditation classes.

Prices start at $ 129 per night.