Here’s a job to die for: Getting paid to visit beach motels

By Emmy Abbassi, CNN

Here is your chance to win sand dollars. is looking to hire a Retro Beach Motelier, who will visit several retro beach motels across the United States and enjoy 1950s-style ocean views.

The itinerary features’s 10 best retro beach motels across America, including the Pearl Hotel in San Diego, California, and the Vagabond Hotel in Miami, Florida. The list is based on customer ratings, overall design, value and location, the company said in a press release.

The motel will be outfitted with old-school paraphernalia, including SPF zinc, striped umbrellas, vintage sunglasses, a cooler, and even a solar-powered AM/FM radio for listening to music. The work will include offline activities, such as documenting the trip “for future generations” using a classic Polaroid camera.

The business vacationer will receive a $10,000 stipend to cover travel expenses and a salary of $5,000 to spend on classic beachside snacks like saltwater taffy, ice cream and cones. snow.

“Travelers these days tend to seek out all-inclusive hotels and resorts when planning their summer getaways, but our Retro Beach Motelier is here to prove that beach motels can be just as luxurious,” said Melissa Dohmen of “These timeless motels aren’t just budget-friendly, they’ll transport beachgoers – literally and figuratively – back in time to truly disconnect and relax.”

Those who don’t want to travel alone can invite a guest to join the fun.

To apply for the position, complete an online application. You’ll need to include your Instagram ID to show your photography skills.

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