If you've ever fantasized about vacationing by way of Airstream, then allow us to help make it a reality. We've rounded up three Airstream services that offer a unique approach to the Airstream experience. Whether you're looking for a gorgeous glamping spot, an urban stay, or an unforgettable road trip, we have you covered!
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Big Sur Getaway
For the ultimate glamping experience, choose between two vintage Airstreams (the 1974 Avion and the 1965 Safari), each nestled in a beautifully landscaped campground on Big Sur Getaway 's private land in Big Sur, CA. Bordering the Andrew Molera State Park, you can conveniently soak up Mother Nature's offerings by hitting the scenic mountain trails or walking along the shores of Pfeiffer Beach. If you're looking to take it easy, then visit the pub, yoga studio, or outdoor pool at the community center just down the hill. Rates start at $185 per night.
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Santa Barbara Autocamp
For a cool twist on a hotel stay, try shacking up at Santa Barbara's Autocamp . You can think of this Airstream hotel as a posh trailer park for architecture buffs — each of the vintage Airstreams here has been masterfully restored by Architect Matthew Hofmann. Located in downtown Santa Barbara, CA, the hotel is sandwiched between plenty of shops, eateries, and bars and the stunning Santa Barbara shoreline. Contact for rates.
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Airstream 2 Go
For a road trip to remember, rent a sparkling new Airstream from Airstream 2 Go . With locations sprinkled throughout destination points in the US, you can choose between two Airstream models that will be hooked up to a custom-matched GMC Yukon Denali. While you have the option to carve out your own path, you also have the choice of paying extra for a detailed itinerary or a custom journey — all taken care of by its partner travel planners at Off the Beaten Path. Rates start at $3,850 for five days without an itinerary or custom journey.
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