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Bayside Resort Hotel - West Yarmouth Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Bayside Resort Hotel

225 Route 28, West Yarmouth - Map
"Snowed in!"
We ended up at the Bayside Resort after getting snowed in on the cape. They were very flexible and allowed us to continue our stay. It was frustrating to me that, even though we were snowed, the staff was very quick to put breakfast away and there was way to get out the hotel and get food. Luckily they opened the bar on our second night there and we were able to eat some bar snacks. I know that they don't have a restaurant but it was clear that we were not going to be able to get food and vending machines can only satisfy you for so long.
Traveller from Nantucket, MA
Bayside Resort Hotel is in West Yarmouth, less than 10 minutes’ drive from the airport in Hyannis, and within easy reach of …More
Sea Crest Beach Hotel - North Falmouth Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Sea Crest Beach Hotel

350 Quaker Rd, North Falmouth - Map
"Not the best value, but a solid hotel!"
We really enjoyed our stay at Sea Crest. Red's was great. The price point could be a little better, but overall it was great experience. Staff was very attentive and friendly. Pool and beach access was convenient.
1stTimeHere from New York, NY, USA
Within easy reach of Old Silver Beach and Cataumet Arts Center, this North Falmouth hotel is located by the ocean and set on …More
Inn on the Square - Falmouth Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Inn on the Square

40 North Main Street, Falmouth - Map
"Nice hotel close to town square which we loved"
This was a weekend with my 8 years old granddaughter. We let mom and dad have the weekend off and I know we had more fun than them. The indoor pool was great (but it was a little cool in the pool room) and we enjoyed it a lot. Now she keeps asking to go back and have a girls weekend with her cousins so I guess I will arrange that for her.
Traveller from Rhode Island
Situated near the beach in the city center, this hotel is close to Falmouth Museums on the Green, College Light Opera …More
Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa - Provincetown Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa

82 Bradford Street, Provincetown - Map
Formerly a 19th-century sea captain's mansion, this adults-only inn is in the heart of Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod …More
Cape Codder Resort and Spa - Hyannis Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Cape Codder Resort and Spa

1225 Iyannough Rd, Hyannis - Map
"Clean with Excellent Value"
Older property, but very clean and well maintained.
NickFromVA from Arlington, VA
Situated near the airport, in Hyannis, this spa resort is close to Hyannis Golf Course, Barnstable Performing Arts Center …More
Hyannis Host Inn - Hyannis Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Hyannis Host Inn

614 Iyannough Road- Route 132, Hyannis - Map
Situated in Hyannis, this hotel is close to John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame, and Cape Cod …More
Harbor Hotel Provincetown - Provincetown Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Harbor Hotel Provincetown

698 Commercial St, Provincetown - Map
This Provincetown inn is located near the bay, offering direct access to the beach and only short distance from Provincetown …More
Chatham Bars Inn - Chatham Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Chatham Bars Inn

297 Shore Rd, Chatham - Map
"Cape Cod at it's most beautiful!"
I spent a week at Chatham Bars Inn and it was one of the most beautiful and wonderful locations ever. Views are spectactular. Beds are most comfortable I've slept in (need to get one at home!). So much seafood on the Cape it was AWESOME to have a 5 star STEAK restaurant right in the inn. Take a boat ride to North beach. Quite walk with lots of birds to see (piping plovers, terns, etc). I honestly can't imagine a better place exists on Cape Cod.
DanfromRI from Rhode Island
This Chatham hotel is a short walk to the beach, within a mile of Veterans Field and the Chatham Lighthouse. Red River Beach …More
The Villages at Ocean Edge - Brewster Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Villages at Ocean Edge

One Villages Drive, Brewster - Map
Situated near the beach in Brewster, this golf resort is in the same region as Breakwater Beach, Skaket Beach and Cape Cod …More
The Masthead Resort - Provincetown Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

The Masthead Resort

31-41 Commercial Street, Provincetown - Map
This Provincetown hotel is set on its own private beach, a short distance from Pilgrims' First Landing Park, Herring Cove …More

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    Cape Code, Massachusetts

    Cape Cod is a common and well-loved vacation destination in Massachusetts. Encompassing all of Barnstable County, this naturally beautiful destination makes a pleasing weekend getaway or a fantastic week-long escape. People of all ages can find something to enjoy while visiting the region, whether they prefer to relax or keep moving. Let Travelocity help you get the most out of your vacation by helping you find the best deals on Cape Cod hotels, airline tickets, and car rentals. On Travelocity, you'll find that our prices are cheap, some of the lowest online, but the hotels are well-known and established names that you trust. You can save even more with our package deals that further cut the rates on hotels on Cape Cod as well as your other travel needs. To take advantage of travel packages, book two or more of your travel needs at the same time. For example, reserve a hotel room and rental car and buy airline tickets for a discount, or use Travelocity to reserve the hotel and the car rental only.

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    After finding great Cape Cod hotel deals and a car rental and booking a flight on Travelocity, the next step is to plan out your trip. Cape Cod is a great place to visit and has plenty of attractions to make your trip a full and interesting one. Woods Hole Science Aquarium is one such attraction. The aquarium is located in Falmouth in the Upper Cape. If you'll be visiting Cape Cod during the summer, visit the French Cable Station Museum, located in Orleans. The museum is a slice of history and was once a crucial communications hub, particularly for U.S. armed forces stationed overseas. Lighthouses in Cape Town are also big attractions that draw tourists in large numbers. There are numerous lighthouses in Cape Cod, including the Nobska Light House located in Woods Hole and Race Point Light in Provincetown. Other lighthouses include the Three Sisters Lighthouses in Eastham and the Highland Lighthouse, also known as Cape Cod Lighthouse, in Truro. While in Cape Cod, visit the Cape Cod National Seashore, where there are six beaches. These beaches include the Coast Guard and Nauset Light beaches in Eastham, Race Point and Herring Cove beaches in Provincetown, Head of the Meadow Beach in Truro, and Marconi Beach in Wellfleet. Other attractions in Cape Cod include the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, which is a 7,600-acre wildlife refuge in Chatham, and the Scargo Tower in Mid-Cape.

    Physically Active Things to Do

    Active travelers will appreciate having used Travelocity to pick from the best hotels on Cape Cod after a day of physically challenging fun. Not only will they have a great place to recharge at night, but the money they saved can be used for items such as renting a bicycle, for example. Bicycles come in handy while in Cape Cod, as bicycling is a popular activity for tourists and locals alike. There is plenty of beauty to be explored and admired in Cape Cod, which boasts 399 square miles worth of terrain and a coastline that is 559.6 miles. A great way to view this beauty is by participating in activities that will keep you fit and in motion during your stay. The Cape Cod Rail Trail is a well-known path that runs through parts of mid- and lower Cape Cod, and in Falmouth, tourists can travel on the Shining Sea Bikeway. Wellfleet in Outer Cape is also ideal for active tourists who enjoy cycling. In addition to biking, outdoor enthusiasts may also appreciate the nature trails for walking or hiking, such as the Fort Hill Trail. The area's beaches are also great for the physically active who may enjoy windsurfing and kayaking, both of which are extremely popular activities.

    Non-Physical/Passive Things to Do

    Highly physical activities aren't for everyone, and fortunately, Cape Cod is a great place to take it slow and easy. Cape Cod, MA, hotels, for example, are great for relaxing. When planning your vacation, keep this in mind when searching Travelocity for hotels on Cape Cod. Look for hotels with amenities such as pools or spas before reserving a room. You don't need to be confined to your hotel room in order to relax. Activities such as whale-watching are memorable and awe-inspiring. Beaches are great for tourists who aren't interested in heavy physical activity as well. While swimming or participating in other physically taxing activities is common, the beach is also the perfect place to sunbathe. Casual fishing is another passive pastime where tourists can soak in the sun while waiting for a nibble on the pole. Cape Cod has a number of museums that are a way to relax and bask in art and the area's culture. The Cahoon Museum of American Art in Mashpee and the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum are two examples of Cape Cod museums. While visiting the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, take a moment to also visit the John F. Kennedy Memorial, which is also in Hyannis.

    Best Time to Visit

    Before you book a flight, rent a car, or otherwise commit to a date for your Cape Cod vacation, it is important that you consider when the best time to visit the area is. This can be tricky because ultimately, the best time to visit depends on what your plans are and what you'd like to get out of your trip. In most cases, there are two periods that tourists frequently consider the ideal time to visit. These periods are from April to May and again from October to November. In April and May, you'll have the opportunity to see some of the more popular spots in Cape Cod before the crowds hit. Cape Cod hotels may initially be less expensive but will start getting progressively more expensive, particularly as it gets closer to summer's official start. If you want the best of both worlds, dwindling crowds and lowering rates for Cape Cod lodging, the best time to plan your visit for is October and November.

    Areas of the City to Stay

    There are four regions that make up Cape Cod. Knowing these regions will help tourists to easily find attractions and activities. In addition, familiarity with the regions and the 15 cities within these regions will also prove helpful when making arrangements such as finding the best hotels in Cape Cod, MA, in relation to the things that interest you the most. The Upper Cape region includes the towns of Bourne, Sandwich, Mashpee, and Falmouth. In Mid-Cape are the towns of Yarmouth Barnstable, and Dennis. Brewster, Harwich, Chatham, and Orleans are located in the Lower Cape region, while Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, and Eastham are in the Outer Cape.

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