Quirky hotels all across America, from the beagle-shaped Dog Bark Park Inn in Idaho to a cozy, beaver den-inspired lodge in Connecticut.
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1940s road-trippers witnessed the country's brief profusion of "wigwam hotels." A few remain, like this Arizona property where guests sleep in freestanding concrete tepees (doubles from $54 per night; sleepinawigwam.com).