T in the park

T in the park

The Hotels.com website conducted a survey and found that even though festivals are supposedly all about the camping 27% would prefer to stay in a hotel rather than get the outdoorsy experience and 2% are actually guilty for telling lie about where they have stayed.

 

The survey asked 2,000 Brits and found that the appeal of a comfy bed and a shower far outweigh staying in a tent with other festival goers. The Hotels website found that searches for hotels around major festival destinations had increased by 83% this May.

 

T in the park is topping the list at the moment with searches up by 83% which implies that this festival is not for the hard core campers among us. Glastonbury, Leeds and Reading have seen less of an increase at 22%, 29% and 22%, which shows that visitors of this festival are far more in tune with nature.

 

The Top 5 Search Increases for Festival Locations this Summer

 

Festival

Location

Percentage   increase in searches

1

T in the Park

Kinross-Shire

83%

3

Leeds

Leeds

29%

4

Glastonbury

Glastonbury

22%

5

Reading

Reading

22%

 

Kate Hopcraft of the Hotels website said, "It's shocking to think some of us will go so far as to lie to our families about sleeping arrangements! Staying in a hotel is not something to be ashamed of; some people feel they only get the true festival vibe when camping, while others prefer their home comforts, like access to a warm shower!"

 


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