Relax Inn : Omaha, NE

Relax Inn Omaha: Basic motel with a couple lightly themed rooms.

Location: 4578 S 60th St, Omaha, NE 68117

Cost: ~$100

Our Overall Rating: 2/5

Definitely one of those roadside motels that isn’t super special but happens to have a couple fascinating jacuzzi suites with ceiling mirrors and some wild murals. Kinda fun to see this iteration of a 80’s-vibe theme room in a basic motel. They don’t advertise them on their website so if you want to stay in one call ahead and make sure they still have them and you may be able to reserve over the phone.

Cleanliness Rating: 2.5/5

Very cheap roadside motel – don’t expect too much cleanliness!

Favorite Room: The two I saw were both similar – but so special.


Booking Info: Call about theme rooms

Episode: No episode, just TikTok

The Stay Away McKenzie River : McKenzie Bridge, OR

Location: 57255 N Bank Rd, McKenzie Bridge, OR 97413

Cost: $500-$900/night – sleeps 8

Our Overall Rating: 5/5

This place was really a luxurious experience. The house is huge – has 4 bedrooms and sleeps at least 8 – so the price tag reflects the amount of people you can share it with. We absolutely loved the design – so much vintage and really well put together. The privacy was nice, the pool was a life saver (it was mid summer!), and you’re around a lot of gorgeous nature. This would be such a fun place for a group getaway!! The photo ops are endless.

Cleanliness Rating: 5/5

No complaints, everything was spotless. You’re in nature, so expect some bugs (including butterflies!), but nothing unexpected.

Favorite Room: We chose to sleep in the green curtain room because it was my favorite!


Booking Info: Book through Airbnb


Clayton Plaza Hotel : Clayton, MO

Clayton Plaza Hotel: A large hotel just outside of St Louis with ballrooms and conference centers and chandeliers in the lobby. Reminds me of somewhere I would have stayed with my family in the early 2000’s when one of my cousins was getting married. Does that explain the vibe? The special draw to this hotel is definitely the Honeymoon Suite (aka Executive Jacuzzi Suite) that features a heart-shaped tub. Although we didn’t go to the sit-down breakfast, I hear it’s pretty good!

Location: 7750 Carondelet Ave, Clayton, MO 63105

Cost: ~$150-$200

Our Overall Rating: 3/5

This place isn’t super special – in fact, it’s very run-of-the-mill hotel in a big city. The room with the heart tub is very basic and has no other “honeymoon” feel to it, but the bathroom with several plaques leading you to the shower was very entertaining. All in all it’s a skippable spot, but if you’re looking for a sweet lookin’ green heart-shaped tub near St. Louis, this one’s for you.

Cleanliness Rating: 3.5/5

Certainly not disgusting – and we slept there just fine – but the floors of our room had hair and crumbs and appeared to have not gotten a vacuum in awhile. The rest of the hotel seemed clean and functional so…maybe the room was just having a tough week.

Favorite Room: Executive Jacuzzi Suite


Booking Info: Book on their website – you see photos of the heart tub there.

Episode: No episode available yet, currently just a Reel showing off the bathroom plaques:

Executive Tropic Garden Hotel : Miami, FL

Executive Tropic Garden Hotel: A vintage motel with heart shaped tubs and surprisingly well maintained rooms designed in what appears to have been the 80’s. Known for their 3-hour ‘short stay’ option, this place has quite the reputation for being a seedy love motel.

Location: 6925 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33144

Cost: ~$100 for 4 hours

Our Overall Rating: 3/5

This chain is another classic Miami love hotel. We got the Executive Suite at this one and here are the upsides – the room is incredibly spacious with an upstairs area and downstairs area. I loved the disco lights, “the chair”, and the heart tub surrounded by mirrors and columns. It’s a room with a lot of potential!! It’s also a little grimy and half-assed, but that’s a miami love hotel for ya.

Cleanliness Rating: 2/5

Ok once we gave it a wipe down but personally speaking, 4 hours was plenty to enjoy it then head to the Hilton. (Just kidding, we stayed at a Best Western).

Favorite Room: I liked the Executive Suite for the heart tub in the columns!


Booking Info: Show up and see what’s available! Can be a little annoying but get there earlier in the afternoon and you have more luck.

Episode: Featured in our Florida episode

Estancia Hotel : Miami, FL

Estancia: Quintessential hourly-rental motel in Miami featuring “the chair” and a couple (incredible) themed rooms.

Location: 7685 NW 12th St, Miami, FL 33126

Cost: $130 for 3 hours for theme rooms

Our Overall Rating: 4/5

Please understand my overall rating here takes into account exactly what type of place this is. I’m not rating this as a weekend-away on my honeymoon, I’m rating this as the 3-hour stay that it was and is meant to be, in my opinion. We got the Jungle themed room – and while we weren’t able to see the other themed rooms – this one was incredible. Some of the most elaborate detailing I’ve ever seen. Animal busts, murals everywhere, light show, and more foliage than I can even understand. It was phenomenal. Not super clean, and not necessarily romantic (I couldn’t even get myself to get into the jacuzzi after I cleaned it) – but wow it has lots of potential for a fun afternoon.

Cleanliness Rating: 2/5

The room is spacious and has a door leading to the outside so the good news is, it’s not stuffy. The bad news is, it doesn’t feel like the surfaces are very clean. I wasn’t even worried about all the “dust” in the foliage, really just worried about taking my shoes off. lol

Favorite Room: Jungle room all the way.


Booking Info: You can call ahead but I’m not sure they’ll take a reservation over the phone. We had to book in person and were lucky to get the Jungle room as most other theme rooms were taken. Arrive earlier in the day for your best chances.

Episode: Featured in our Florida episode

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