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Trailers and Airstreams, the New Pop Up Hotel
Written By: Alexandria Autrey
Airstreams have become trendy and in recent years, hotels, offices and restaurants have popped up in stationary trailers from coast to coast. Since 2009, airstreams sales have been up and they are selling five times as in the past few years. Airstream was founded in 1932 by Wally Byam, a California outdoorsman who designed a teardrop-shaped wooden trailer for his wife, after she complained about camping in tents. He decided to name it Airstream because, he wanted it to sound fast and aerodynamic. Since then, Airstream has kept the same exterior as it still looks modern. The only difference is, the interior has been modernized to make camping a little more bearable. With the recent interest in airstreams, many people have been converting these mobile dwellings into stationary glamping suites. Glamping in a trailer or airstream is definitely a one-of-a-kind experience. Just imagine a luxurious accommodation perched amongst the timbers of Vermont with amenities only matched by the view or taking up residency in a restored vintage Airstream along the Santa Barbara coast. These mobile pads are becoming more popular in the glamping community because, of their nostalgic experience and portability. For your first, or even next glamping trip, consider airstream as you definitely can't go wrong with any of the properties listed below.
Santa Barbara Auto Camp is a place where old meets new. This glamping resort has been operating continuously since 1922, this place marries classic Americana style and modern design to create an exceptional urban lodging experience.
Each trailer comfortably sleeps four people and has been renovated. The units feature all new, all electric appliances, modern fixtures and creature comforts found in more traditional luxury lodging. Each Airstream also comes with its own outdoor barbecue grill and the complimentary use of two retro-style beach cruisers to explore the area.
The Vintages Trailer Resort is centrally located in the heart of the Willamette Valle and the trailers are grouped together in their own neighborhood within the 14-acre Willamette Wine Country RV Park. Each trailer offers you a unique lodging experience tailored to compliment your wine tasting, dining and exploration. The park has breathtaking views, a pool & hot tub and outdoor lawn games for your enjoyment. In addition, there are cruiser bikes so you can pedal over the bridge to the neighboring town of Dayton, to enjoy all the local amenities.
Consider this glamping resort your base camp for the perfect Breckenridge adventure! Whether you're climbing 14,000 foot mountains or relaxing in town, this is the perfect place to call home for a weekend. Breckenridge Airstream is located just five minutes outside of Breckenridge in the sunny Blue River neighborhood. The Airstream is setup with a private patio area off of their sideyard. You can listen to the Blue River flow in the evening as it passes right through the property! In addition, they regularly have visits from moose, elk, deer, fox and even eagles. The Airstream provides all the modern amenities you would expect in a hotel, but in a neat, retro, private space. The airstream is setup to be completely self sufficient with water, gas and power to run all the modern amenities including: refrigerator, stove, oven, power outlets, coffee maker, flat screen TV, lights, toilet, sinks and shower for all your needs.