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The Jersey Shore
 

First opened to vacationers in 1956 at the height of the Wildwoods' "Doo Wop" heyday, the Caribbean Motel was among the most daring, imaginitive structures to be built in the resort during that era of post-World War II optimism and leisure when everyone had one eye on the future and the other on dreams of exotic vacation destinations. The Caribbean rolled both of those fascinations into one with a motel that sported ultra-modern architectural elements like a futuristic "levitating" ramp, canted glass walls, and recessed "spaceship" lights along with "exotic" landscaping and theming including the very first plastic palm trees to be "planted" in the Wildwoods, giving vacationers the feeling of being in a far-away tropical paradise while only a short drive from home on the Jersey Shore.

Get back to the Fabulous 50's and Sixties for vintage Doo Wop. The rates are great and so is this property. Rock on!

The Carribean Motel
The Caribbean Motel Travel Website

609-522-8292

 


 
Palm Desert, California

 

Experience the romance, glamour and sophistication of the desert of the 1940s in one of the newest luxury boutique Palm Desert hotels. Indulgent suites and guestrooms with dreamy beds and all the special touches you expect from today's world.

All rooms circle the pool and the mini bars are complete with candy and drinks from the 1940's. It's a motel with 24 suites and guestrooms and all the modern amenities.

The location is fantastic and within walking distance of fine shops and restaurants. Rates are very reasonable and include a continental breakfast.

If you long for nostalgia, but want today's conveniences mixed in - this is the place for you!

 

Mojave Resort
Mojave Resort Travel Website
800-391-1104

 


 
Point No Point Lighthouse

 

Washington State


The Point No Point Lighthouse, built in 1879, is considered to be the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound. Now, with the cooperation of the U.S. Lighthouse Society, Kitsap County Parks and the Friends of Point No Point, the historic lighthouse Keeper's home has opened as a vacation rental.

Come and experience the century old history this unique property has to offer by spending time as keepers of the light. However, unlike the lighthouse keepers of days gone by, you will have no bothersome lighthouse duties to attend to at all hours of the night. Rather, your accommodations will include: a comfortable living room, formal dining area with breakfast nook, full kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom.

The unique geographic location of the light station gives guests the opportunity to enjoy unsurpassed panoramic views of Puget Sound's many islands, Mount Baker, the Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier. Additionally, the Point No Point Lighthouse is adjacent to a nature preserve ensuring guests glimpses of bald eagles and other raptors, a wide array of water fowl, seals, abundant bird life and more.

The Point No Point Lighthouse and Keeper's quarters is approximately 1 hour from Seattle.


Point No Point Lighthouse

415-362-7255




New York City

In the heart of midtown New York, on West 51st Street. Seconds away from the excitement of Times Square, the theaters of Broadway, the variety of Restaurant Row, and Central Park, the Washington Jefferson offers attentive service and stylish rooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access, Frette linens and towels, I-pod docking stations are a few of the amenities offered to complete your perfect stay.

Rooms are small, but stylish and very affordable for New York.

The Washington Jefferson Hotel
The Washington Jefferson Hotel Travel Website
888-567-7550


 

New York City   

The Library Hotel in New York City is the first hotel ever to offer its guest over 6,000 volumes of books organized throughout the hotel by the Dewey Decimal System.* Each of the 10 guestroom floors honor one of the 10 categories of the DDC and each of the 60 rooms are uniquely adorned with a collection of books and art exploring a distinctive topic within the category it belongs to.

Personal service goes one step further as guests may request their room based on their personal interests (subject to availability) such as the Literature floor featuring subjects from Poetry or The Classics to Erotic Literature. Such intriguing room themes offered on the Math and Science floor are Astronomy and Botany. Law, Eastern Religion, Money, and New Media are also among the 60 eclectic themes available on the room menu at The Library Hotel. Other distinctive features Library guests have at their disposal include the Writers Den a beautiful mahogany paneled room with working fireplace and The Poetry Garden, our sparkling greenhouse.

Library Hotel   
Library Hotel Travel Website   
877-793-7323




 
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