Most people tend to have a general expectation of discomfort when they think about campout music festivals, however at Italy's Nameless Music Festival, attendees have the option to stay the week at Lake Como in boutique pop-up hotels that have all the amenities they need.
Those looking for a more budget-friendly option can take advantage of the Grand Canyon Tepees, which are situated lakeside and are made from a durable water-repellent material to keep sleepers and their belongings safe and dry. The Classic Rooms meanwhile offer a bit more space and come with elevated beds to provide an elevated level of comfort. The Superior Plus Rooms are the most spacious, with enough room to host four people comfortably on two queen-size beds, with plenty of space for storage and to spread out after a long day of dancing.
Those who choose to stay at the pop-up hotels also have access to showers, catering services, a shared lounge area, and 24-hour reception.
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