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Morning staff was rude and dismissive, serving watered down coffee and frozen boiled eggs. Everything else was great, the other staff, cleanliness, comfort.restaurant attached is wonderful, good food & friendly staff.
We booked this hotel almost last minute. They were able to meet our needs for a dog and handicap accessible room. Friendly, super clean and the beds were so comfy!
Great overall stay right next to cape cod mall all eatery’s were close breakfast was amazing pool was small weight room was decent I loved my stay there will be booking at that hotel again
There is no elevator. The fridge was stuffed with towels. Idk what that was about. 3 flights of out door stairs. The fire pit was very enjoyable. There is a wonderful restaurant next door with fun staff and great food. Of street parking. Great views. I would stay again but reserve a room on the bottom ...
We stayed at this hotel during a blizzard. Luckily they had a generator to keep all the facilities going. Pool area was nice and clean. Beds were great, pillows a little soft for our liking. When we were leaving we were surprised to see someone shoveling out our car and helped us clean it off. Highly ...
Discover the delights of Cape Cod when you stay in a two-star hotel within easy reach of its major sights. There’s a good range of two-star hotels around the villages of Hyannis and Yarmouth, and many of Cape Cod’s two-star hotels have outdoor pools.
Get a glimpse into the life of John F Kennedy in the Hyannis museum devoted to the late president. While you’re there, you can visit the Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame, which is in the same building. Stay at a two-star hotel in Brewster and step back in time at the Brewster Historical Society Museum. Visit the Highland House Museum in Truro to discover the town’s maritime and farming past.
Book a two-star hotel in the vibrant town of Provincetown, at the easternmost edge of the peninsula, which throngs with art galleries and has very welcoming community. Check out the history of the town’s artistic movements with a visit to the Provincetown Art Association & Museum, whose artists captured the beauty of the cape over many decades. At the Provincetown Museum, you can learn about the history of the Pilgrims and the Mayflower. Just next door is the Pilgrim Monument, which you can climb for panoramic views of the coast.
Savour the freshest seafood with lunch at one of the picnic tables in the Chatham Fish Pier Market. As the fishermen unload their catch, you can feast on lobster rolls and fish chowder. In fact, all around Cape Cod you’ll find unpretentious little shacks selling oysters, scallops, clams and lobster – with most in picturesque waterside locations.
From your two-star hotel, head to some of Cape Cod’s family-friendly beaches for days that will fly by as kids play among rock pools, tidal flats and long sandy beaches. For an exhilarating day out, take the children to one of the many water parks on the peninsula, some of which have mini golf and even a pirate’s cove.