Glamping is a coined word that is a combination of "Glamorous" and "Camping". It refers to a camp spent in nature while using the facilities and services of the hotel. There is no need to set up a tent or prepare meals, and even beginners can easily experience the outdoors.
The glamping facility will appear at the Shimabara Onsen Hotel Nampuro in Nagasaki Prefecture on November 21st. A plan to enjoy barbecue and camping is offered on the private terrace of the hotel guest room.
The plan includes tents, sleeping bags, lanterns, chairs, tables, as well as barbecue sets. The staff in charge of the inn will set up the tent, set up the barbecue, and clean up, so guests can enjoy the excitement of the camp without any hassle.
The garden terrace where the tent is installed is exclusively for guests who are directly connected to the guest rooms. The facilities in the guest rooms are available, so even people who are not good at campsite toilets and showers will be able to spend their time comfortably.
When it rains, they will stay in the guest rooms, but meals will be served on the covered deck terrace. It is possible to enjoy a little camping feeling.
For advanced outdoor enthusiasts, you might think, "This isn't camping!" However, many people who "dislike the outdoors" think "I can't stand not being able to take a shower in the morning and at night" and "I don't want to bother setting up a tent." Is also a fact. A "glamping" facility may be an effective first step in inviting such people to the outdoors.
In the garden of Shimabara Onsen Hotel Nampuro, about 200 trees are lit up at night, creating a romantic atmosphere. In such an atmosphere, if you think "Isn't the outdoors bad?", We win (?).
A little disappointing is that there is a table tennis court in the hall, so you can enjoy so-called "hot spring table tennis". In addition, there are facilities that can shoot. Even if you have a nice garden terrace and a tent set up, it may be difficult to feel the outdoors if the lobby is bright until late at night and many people are enjoying games. "Hot spring table tennis" and "shooting" are attractive attractions, but the real pleasure of camping is that there is nothing.