Fretting about whether it’s safe to pack the kids off to camp this summer? Why not just send them to the Ritz instead!
With many camps staying shut this year because of the pandemic, and many parents too scared to send their kids into the close quarters of bunk rooms, Dorado Beach — a Puerto Rican hotel that’s part of the Ritz-Carlton’s Reserve chain — has launched a “private luxury camp,” where campers “can rest assured that they will be easily able to maintain physical distance from other guests or even self-isolate to their own party.”
No word if there are going to be ghost stories around the campfire, but the price tag is scary enough to do the job: Two-room family suites — presumably with no bunk bed in sight — start at $1,124 a night before tax, plus the camp costs up to $2,000 a week “with a dedicated private counselor.”
Campers will pass on Popsicle-stick crafts, since itineraries include “sailing, fishing and snorkeling” in tropical waters, “or even a round of golf on one of two world-class golf courses.”
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