Conservatory
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Collective Retreats debuts The Conservatory hotel offering

US: Luxury glamping startup Collective Retreats has debuted The Conservatory as its latest offering, a curated community of design-forward hotels for nature enthusiasts.

Said to be a first of its kind, The Conservatory presents a portfolio of “nature-based, artfully designed properties that expand upon their locations’ culture, environment and history”.

The Conservatory has also announced the following as its first partners:

  • Piaule, a 24-room landscape hotel and spa in New York’s Catskill mountains
  • Casa MUSA, a secluded five-bedroom villa, pool and luxury safari tents situated between palms and coast on a mile of uninhabited tropical beachfront
  • Casa TO, situated in the heart of Puerto Escondido’s surfing capital
  • GrayBarns, a reimagined, historical textile mill along the Silvermine River in Norwalk, Connecticut, featuring a six-bedroom inn, tavern, barn and mercantile
  • hinter, modern cabins with Nordic and Japanese design elements in the Quebec forests
  • Hill Farm by Sagra, a boutique inn and private cottages in the Equinox Mountain Valley in Vermont
  • Kokos Huis, a 200-year-old farmhouse-turned-hotel in the heart of South Africa’s wine country, Riebeek Kasteel
  • The Malin, a coworking brand partner offering work-focused members clubs for professionals to work in multiple locations in New York City and Nashville

Peter Mack, founder and CEO of Collective Retreats, said: “As passionate leaders in the outdoor hospitality industry, we celebrate like-minded visionaries who deliver memorable experiences in extraordinary settings. The Conservatory is a collective where design-driven hotels connect people to nature and to each other.”

The Conservatory launches with exclusive perks, including ten per cent off best available rate and upgrades if available. Guests can also book additional excursions and amenities.

Collective Retreats raised $23 million in a Series C funding round two years ago, which also saw participation from peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace Outdoorsy, marking its first expansion into the outdoor accommodations segment.

The Denver-based company has raised more than $41 million to date, including backing from private investment firm Fireside Investments.

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