Built on the bones of a 1959 motel, this boutique hotel draws budget travelers who dig its groovy, mid-century modern vibe. Most rooms sport platform beds, Kartell desks, and vintage table lamps, and a few larger units provide sitting areas, private balconies, and poolside views. All have pillow top mattresses, mounted flat-screen televisions, and little pet fishes with cool names like Rambo. The lobby welcomes guests with a shag-rugged nook for chilling and playing board games, and there's also an upscale restaurant, EAT, with indoor/outdoor seating and a bar serving craft beers and specialty cocktails. A small courtyard with a saltwater pool plays host to Dive-In Theater, which screens fun flicks ("Ferris Bueller’s Day Off," "Animal House") every Wednesday night.