Goodwood Pops-Up to Urge Revivalists to Keep Calm and Carry on Camping at the 2012 Revival
With so much to see and do at this year’s Goodwood Revival (14-16 September) spectators will rarely be caught napping, even with an extended programme of activities and entertainment at the event, running later into the evening than ever before.
Despite all Revival camping selling out some weeks ago, Goodwood is always very accommodating, and this year has popped-up with some intriguing sleeping solutions.
For the first time at the Revival, the Pop-Up Hotel is available, offering a glamorous ‘glamping’ alternative to traditional camping. The three tiers of accommodation provides Revival guests with high quality elegance. The romance of staying under canvas is coupled with the luxury of great furnishings. Situated next to the Goodwood motor circuit, Pop-Up guests easy access to the Revival, and can even watch the races and track activities from the viewing area of the Hotel.
All Pop-Up rooms include full linen, LED lighting, towels and toiletries, exclusive access to new showers and conveniences, plus a changing room and make up parlour with hairdryers to help get that authentic Revival period look of the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s. The largest ‘Tenthouse’ suite offers even more luxury. The Pop-Up Hotel also has a restaurant offering breakfast in the morning and light snacks with beverages throughout the day.
After its successful trial at this year’s Festival of Speed, Goodwood is offering Snoozebox portable hotel accommodation to Revival visitors this year, located conveniently close to the Circuit. Each Snoozebox room has a comfortable bed and living area, with an en-suite wet room.
With the Freddie March Memorial Trophy race running into the night on Revival Friday, plus live music, entertainment, food, drink, and even a street party `Over The Road’ opposite the motor circuit each evening until 10:00pm, Revival visitors will not want to miss a moment of the endless attractions this September, so a convenient place to retire for the evening is bound to prove a popular treat.