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Moscow Glamping
17.07.2019 16:53
Moscow Glamping

Glamping (“glamorous camping”) for eight tents will be launched on the open territory of the Moscow “Aviapark” shopping centre in July.

      The space for eight tents, a recreation area, security service and a reception will be located on the second tier of the open parking in the western part of the “Aviapark” shopping centre.

      The idea of the project is to let people relax without leaving Moscow. One tent can accommodate up to three people - for example, two adults and a child. These tents have lighting, electricity, sockets and heating, as well as beds and furniture. The guests will have access to separate showers and toilets. Cleaning, free Wi-Fi, a parking lot, an ironing room, a hairdryer and lockers are included into the price.

      The price also includes breakfast lasting 9 nine a.m. until noon.

      The menu includes cheese pancakes (“Syrniki”), sandwiches, cereals, Belgian waffles, fresh squeezed juice, tea and coffee. The places will be booked through the Airbnb Internet service.


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