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This year, instead of roughing it with the tens of thousands campers descending on the Coachella Music Festival, visitors can take the indie out of Indio, California. For $5999, The Redbury in Hollywood gives guests two all-access artist passes unavailable to the general public, plus a night at the hotel and car service to the festival. Instead of fairground food, there is a breakfast basket and champagne to drink on Suzani blankets, not to mention a recovery snack for the return trip. On the west side, the SLS Beverly Hills packs patrons a lunch of Catalan ham, Spanish cheese, veggies and tomato salad and when they're back from the festival, the hotel has a room waiting, plus two sixty-minute relaxation massages at Ciel Spa, breakfast for two at Tres by Jose Andres and welcome cocktails. ('Escape' package, starts at $379.) And Andaz West Hollywood will offer a special rate of $220 each Coachella weekend, or guests can opt for a festival-friendly package, like 'So Hip it Hurts' for $485, which includes a tattoo from the Shamrock Social Club, cocktails, and a room, or ‘Walk n' Roll’ for $190, which provides lunch for the road, an ecofriendly water bottle, lunch, a limited edition tote bag plus a custom neighborhood map and pedometer. (The hotel will donate one dollar per mile walked to charity.)"

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