Cape Cod Hotels

Cape Cod hotels ensure a pleasant vacation experience for all visitors making plans to travel to Cape Cod. If your interest lies in spectacular vistas of the water, you can consider one of the beach hotels in Cape Cod providing beachfront views, gentle sea breezes, and stunning sunsets. Not only will you have your choice in amenities at a standard hotel or bed and breakfast, you will also have your choice in a Cape Cod luxury hotel on the beach, meaning travelers should be able to find the perfect place to stay, no matter what their tastes or budget.

When choosing the best hotel in Cape Cod for your vacation, the Bayside Resort (pictured), which boasts tranquil views of Lewis Bay, has something for everyone. With a fully equipped fitness center, private beach area, family recreation center with assorted board games, volleyball court, indoor and outdoor pools, and a poolside pub, there is plenty to keep you and your family entertained. Bayside Resort is one of the Cape Cod hotels centrally located and providing easy access to golf courses, boat rentals, and local attractions, as well as shopping and dining opportunities.

An outstanding Cape Cod luxury hotel situated on 22 acres is the Wequassett Resort. The elegant suites and charming cottages provide a warm ambience and comfortable accommodations. Rooms and suites have a private patio, deck, or balcony, as well as a mini-bar, cable TV, and 24-hour room service with a menu just for children. You can go for a walk along the winding brick pathways through peaceful gardens or relax by the pool in your own cabana. The resort offers babysitting and secretarial services for families and business travelers, and special promotions and offers throughout the year can help you save on your overall cost of lodging.

Beach hotels in Cape Cod give guests access to the pristine beaches of the Cape, and they are perennially popular among visitors. At Alyce's Dunscroft by the Sea, you will have your own private, adult-only beach area. Relaxation is the main feature at Dunscroft with cozy fireplaces, Jacuzzis to soothe the body, and plush canopy and four-poster beds for a good night's sleep. The intimate atmosphere makes it a perfect place to stay for travelers on a honeymoon or other romantic getaway.

If you're interested in a historic option, a classic Cape Cod luxury hotel is the 140-year-old Crowne Pointe Historic Inn and Spa. Many of the beautifully appointed suites feature romantic fireplaces and whirlpool tubs for the ultimate in relaxation. The fully restored and decorated suites are located in historic buildings on the estate and accented by a courtyard. A fine dining restaurant along with the main estate building and spa complete the hotel, which is decorated with polished hardwood floors and ceiling fans that lend the property a nostalgic atmosphere. Crowne Pointe is one several Cape Cod hotels featuring seasonal vacation packages at special prices.

Cape Cod offers visitors many interesting things to do and access to interesting attractions such as the JFK Museum, Plimoth Plantation, the Zoo Quarium, and Heritage Museums and Gardens. Many beach hotels in Cape Cod are also a short distance from the docks, where you can schedule one of the Hyannis Whale Watchers cruises for an up-close look at these magnificent animals. No matter how you choose to spend your vacation, the high-quality of accommodations in Cape Cod ensures that you have a memorable place to stay during your trip.

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