Here’s how you can get paid to go to the beach

A world-renown travel website is looking to pay one lucky person and a guest to spend the rest of the summer at the beach.

Hotels.com is looking to give a $10,000 stipend to a “Retro Beach Motelier,” who will be tasked with traveling to the best retro beach motels in the United States.

The suggested itinerary includes “cozy coastal gems dripping in nostalgia,” like The Pearl Hotel in San Diego and Vagabond Hotel in Miami.

In a news release, the travel website said, “Because no one can apply sunscreen solo, a guest of their choice will join them on this bicoastal beach hop.”

The Retro Beach Motelier will also be armed with old-school seaside accessories to help them unplug and unwind, including high SPF zinc, striped umbrellas, vintage sunnies, a cooler for beachside beverages, a solar-powered AM/FM radio, and an additional $5,000 to spend on beachside snacks.

“Travelers these days tend to search for all-inclusive hotels and resorts when planning their summer getaways, but our Retro Beach Motelier is out to prove that beach motels can be just as luxurious,” said Melissa Dohmen of Hotels.com. “These timeless motels are not only budget-friendly but will transport beachgoers – literally and figuratively – back in time to truly disconnect and relax.”

To apply for the Retro Beach Motelier gig, click here.

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