DAILY MAIL – ABIGAIL MILLER AND VALERIE EDWARDS
Retro motels that arose in the 1950s and 1960s are seeing a resurgence in American tourists longing for a simpler vacation.
Doo Wop motels born in the era have come back into style in the past few years.
Through a rare combination of economics, geography and chance, the island of Wildwood in New Jersey contains a national treasure: the highest combination of mid-century modern hospitality architecture.
These hotels embrace a retro style of looping neon signs, plastic palm trees, cheap mini-golf courses and simple living spaces.