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The Shady Dell; Bisbee, AZ

Guests of the Shady Dell sleep in restored midcentury trailers, each filled with 1950s artifacts like vintage issues of Life magazine and old radios that play era-appropriate programs. The property's de facto canteen, Dot's Diner, was built in Kansas in the '50s, moved to Los Angeles and finally transported to the Shady Dell by flatbed truck (trailers from $87 per night; theshadydell.com).

Photo courtesy of The Shady Dell.

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