Disneyland visitors who always dreamed of living like “The Jetsons” in Monsanto’s House of the Future will soon be able to spend the night in a hotel suite that pays tribute to Tomorrowland’s midcentury modern masterpiece.

The new House of the Future Retro Suite will open this summer at the Howard Johnson Anaheim Hotel across the street from Disneyland.

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The HoJo HoFu suite draws inspiration from the Monsanto House of the Future that was located at the Tomorrowland entrance from 1957 to 1967.

Disneyland’s original House of the Future rose like a fiberglass cloverleaf with cantilevered wings that stretched along an X axis atop a central pedestal. The walk-through attraction featured then-revolutionary Space Age inventions like microwaves, dishwashers and plastic furniture.

The new House of the Future Retro Suite at the Howard Johnson Anaheim Hotel. (Howard Johnson)

Howard Johnson’s new retro-futuristic House of the Future suite features multi-paned windows that offer views of Disneyland’s Monorail with the Matterhorn Bobsleds peak visible in the distance.

A modern flat-screen television mounted to the wall in the House of the Future suite mimics the curved frame of a 1950s cathode ray TV. Midcentury-style seating by Modernica and Herman Miller, decorative panels by Modular Arts and period lighting by Restoration Hardware complete the Space Age look. Custom art by Southern California retro artist Shag depicting a familial scene in the House of the Future’s living room hangs on the wall of the new suite.

A vintage record player in the suite comes with a curated vinyl collection that includes selections from the smooth jazz, bossa nova and ultra-lounge genres. There’s also a “Howard Johnson Jet Set” playlist on Apple Music if you prefer your swingin’ 1960s tunes via smartphone.

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The newly renovated Howard Johnson Anaheim Hotel retains the design aesthetic of midcentury modern architect William L. Pereira with a futuristic lobby, vaulted ceilings and a barrel arch roofline. The refreshed rooms take design cues from George Nelson’s marshmallow sofa, Eero Saarinen‘s pedestal table and Eames desk chairs — style icons of 1950s and 1960s era interior decor.