With so much planned to see and do at the 2013 Goodwood Revival (13-15 September) spectators will rarely be caught napping, even with an extended programme of activities and entertainment at the event running late into the evening.
With accommodation around the Revival period always in high demand, Goodwood aims to be very accommodating, and this year has popped-up with some intriguing sleeping solutions.
Following a successful trial at the 2012 Revival, the Pop-Up Hotel will once again be available, offering a glamorous ‘glamping’ alternative to traditional camping. The three tiers of accommodation will provide Revival guests with high quality elegance. The romance of staying under canvas will be coupled with the luxury of great furnishings. Situated close to the Goodwood motor circuit, Pop-Up guests will have very easy access to the Revival.
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 Pop-Up Hotel will include a reception with staff on hand to greet and assist you, with a concierge service before and during the event to arrange transfers, plus a chill out area with electrical outlets for charging phones, guest sitting room, and a parlour area with makeup and hair-drying facilities. It will also have a restaurant offering breakfast in the morning and light snacks with beverages throughout the day.
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 after 10pm, 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.Tags:Goodwood, Goodwood Revival