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17 of the Most Retro Hotels in America

Reader's Digest Logo By Kelsey Ogletree of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 18: An $80 million renovation in 2005 restored the iconic Hotel Valley Ho, first built in 1956, to its former glory. A combination of mid-century modern and contemporary furnishings (think George Nelson bubble lamps) fill the guest rooms, while butterscotch-yellow kitchen cabinets in the suites nod to one of the most popular home design colors of the '50s. At the ZuZu restaurant, a cocktail menu includes popular liquors of the time period. For dessert, a retro candy basket amenity is full of sweets like Abba-Zaba, PEZ, and Charleston Chews. Discover where to find 10 of the most retro burger joints in America.

From tie-dye and tiki to vintage signs and record players, retro details are making modern hotels feel totally fresh. Check out these destinations that capture another time.

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