Meaning of glamping in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɡlampɪŋ/


mass noun
  • A form of camping involving accommodation and facilities more luxurious than those associated with traditional camping.

    ‘glamping is likely to satisfy any city slicker seeking a little refuge in nature—without foregoing any of life's luxuries’
    • ‘Even if glamping were new, the veterans would refuse to grant it top spot in the outdoor hierarchy.’
    • ‘The industry must try to attract a younger audience by concentrating on niche markets such as adventure holidays or "glamping".’
    • ‘Looked at one way, at the top of the pile is the apparent new trend, beloved of Sunday supplements, for glamorous camping, or "glamping".’
    • ‘After its sell-out launch last year, Camp Bestival won Best New Festival Award 2008 and is back this year with even more glamping options.’
    • ‘Paul Smith has some fetching bobble hats that fit well into this winter's glamping ethic.’
    • ‘Fuelled by the popularity of "glamping" and this summer's "staycation" frenzy, VW's much-adored combie van is as in demand as a lip-synched performance from Cheryl Cole.’
    • ‘Put away the tent pegs, we're going glamping.’
    • ‘Tapping into the glamping trend, the British tour operator has expanded its range of tents and mobile homes and commissioned the Lodge Deluxe to satisfy the desires of the discerning camper.’
    • ‘Two-thirds said they were more attracted to the idea of glamping than to traditional camping.’


Early 21st century blend of glamorous and camping.