By Andrea Drever

Content and Editorial Director

Want to spend the night under the stars bookended by two nights at a posh resort? Then the Camp’d Out Joshua Tree experience is for you.


The ultra-luxe three-night stay includes:

First and last night in a suite at Waldorf Astoria’s La Quinta Resort & Club

One night in a luxurious Joshua Tree camp setup, complete with Waldorf Astoria bedding, prepped camp meal for two, S’mores, overnight butler service and coffee the next morning

You can even enhance your experience by opting for a private dinner expertly prepared fireside by your own private chef. Naturally, this comfy camping comes at a cost. Rates start at $2,450.


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