These bargain inns and hotels don't skimp on style
Humphrey Bogart would fit right in at this cinematic Moroccan oasis in the middle of downtown’s flurry.
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A block from the harbor, this vintage motel turned boutique hotel has kept its spirit with classic cocktails and Wednesday
night movies year-round by the kidney-shaped saltwater pool.
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Everything is neat as a pin in this budget-priced European-style gem, where breakfast is served at antique wooden tables overlooking
Puget Sound, and rooms are appointed with antiques and crisp white linens.
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A portrait of Ol’ Blue Eyes greets you in the lobby of this pet-friendly midcentury modern charmer one block from downtown.
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A traditional 1930s roadside motel along what was once Route 66, the El Rey is a 5-acre tangle of gardens, courtyards, and
patio nooks. The 86 rooms are filled with paintings, carved headboards, and armoires by local artists.
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Go for "The Works," a traditional mud bath with facial mask, aromatic mineral whirlpool bath, steam room, massage, and blanket
wrap at the Calistoga classic.
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The renovated hotel has 49 cushy rooms that blend fine antiques and modern details like contemporary crystal lamps and white
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A luxe-redux of a former Days Inn in downtown, the 174-room Modera skimps in only one way: the price.
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Established as a dairy ranch in the 1850s, the renovated bunkhouses and barn today offer quaint, period-style rooms south
of downtown Carmel. Don't miss their Sunday brunch, featuring performances by local jazz musicians.
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The two bungalows and two villas sit on a homey street between two of L.A.’s best shopping, eating, and people-watching neighborhoods.
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