Are you looking for where to stay on Cape Cod? Then you’ve come to the right place because we’ve rounded up the best hotels on Cape Cod for your next getaway!
When it comes to Cape Cod getaways, there are so many places to choose from. Whether you’re looking to stay near the party in Provincetown or you’re looking for something quieter, if you’re looking for budget-friendly hotels or luxury hotels on Cape Cod, there are fantastic Cape Cod hotels to be found all around the Cape!
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Riviera Beach Resort in South Yarmouth
One of several Red Jacket resorts on Cape Cod, Riviera Beach Resort is a great choice for families with kids! Family suites are available for extra space, and oceanfront suites offer spectacular views of the Nantucket Sound. In addition to the two gorgeous onsite pools and easy access to the private beach, Riviera Beach Resort also has a Kids Club that hosts fun activities like sandcastle bingo, kite making, and more! There are also several onsite dining options that are sure to please the whole family, and one of the perks of choosing a Red Jacket resort is that you also have access to the other nearby Red Jacket resorts if you’d like to mix it up a little!
Crowne Point Hotel and Spa in Provincetown
This lovely adults-only hotel is beautifully situated within walking distance of all kinds of Provincetown fun, and Crowne Point Hotel and Spa makes it even easier for visitors to explore town by renting bicycles for guests to utilize during their visit! Rooms are decorated with a crisp, clean coastal vibe, and between the crystal clear pool, nightly wine & cheese hour, The Pointe Restaurant & Wine Bar, complimentary hot breakfast, and spectacular Shui Spa, Crowne Point Hotel covers all its bases to ensure it has everything it needs to take care of its guests! Plus that location just can’t be beat for Provincetown fun!
PS The Brass Key is their sister site, and it’s a great option for where to stay on Cape Cod, too!
Cape Cod Inn in Hyannis
Looking for a centrally-located, budget-friendly hotel on Cape Cod? Check out Cape Cod Inn! This no-frills, basic motel offers an indoor pool, onsite pub, and continental breakfast, but the best part about Cape Cod Inn (other than the fantastic price) is the location; located just steps away from the Cape Cod Maritime Museum and within walking distance of all kinds of fun Hyannis things to do!
Bayside Resort in West Yarmouth
A Cape Cod family favorite, Bayside Resort offers a ton of fun for the whole family! With an indoor pool, outdoor pool, pub, fitness center, and Family Fun Center, there’s plenty onsite to keep everyone happy. Spend some time enjoying the beach firepit in this beautiful salt marsh area with daily S’mores at Sunset before retiring back to your room for the night; choose a Bayview Room and enjoy views of the picturesque Lewis Bay. Breakfast is included so you and yours can start the day off strong!
Chatham Bars Inn in Chatham
If you’re looking for a luxury hotel on Cape Cod, look no further than Chatham Bars Inn! Choose between a room in the historic Main Inn, a quaint and cozy cottage, or one of the elegant spa suites, but let’s be serious… there are no wrong answers here! The onsite spa is ready to pamper you with a full treatment menu, an outdoor adults-only pool with a heated deck, dry sauna, and more, so if kicking back at the private beach, swimming in the zero-entry heated outdoor oceanfront pool, or dining in one of the onsite gourmet restaurants hasn’t unwound some of the tension of your daily life, the spa most certainly will!
The Captain’s Manor Inn in Falmouth
If you’re looking for a place to stay on Cape Cod that combines the historical elegance of the Cape with a healthy helping of B&B romance, then The Captain’s Manor Inn is a great choice for you! Nestled in a historic district and beautifully manicured, you’ll feel like you’re perfectly tucked away while still within easy access to shopping, restaurants, and the beach. Rooms are meticulously kept and decorated with nods to the rich history of the area. Enjoy the generous breakfast provided each morning, and swing a while on the lovely wraparound veranda before heading out for a fun day on the Cape!
Lands End Inn in Provincetown
Perched on a hill overlooking Provincetown, Lands End Inn is a uniquely decorated adults-only hotel with a rich and vibrant feel. Intimate, yet spacious, Lands End caters to those who are looking to stay at a Cape Cod hotel that feels somehow both close to and worlds away from the action of P-town! Choose a room with a private balcony and enjoy spectacular views of the Cape. In addition to the complimentary Wine Reception offered, continental breakfast is another nice touch Lands End Inn provides, but with so many fantastic places to eat in Provincetown, you’ll have no problem finding great restaurants nearby!
Wequassett Resort and Golf Club in Harwich
For sophisticated luxury, Wequassett Resort and Golf Club is the Cape Cod hotel for you! Rooms are generously appointed and turn-down service is performed every single night for guests, because really, can you be expected to turn down your own linens while on your Cape Cod getaway? Partake in onsite activities like a GLOW Stand Up Paddle Board tour, swimming in the adult lap pool, playing a round of golf, or just relaxing by the firepit with your favorite beverage at the end of a long day. Hungry? You’ve got fantastic onsite options, including Wequassett’s signature restaurant, Cape Cod’s first and only Forbes Five-Star restaurant. A stay at Wequassett Resort is Cape Cod luxury at its finest!
Brewster by the Sea Inn in Brewster
For a romantic B&B style inn on Cape Cod, Brewster by the Sea has a quiet location that will have you and yours feeling like you’re tucked away in your own little corner of the Cape! Rooms are decorated with a simple coastal coziness; request a fireplace room for a little extra in-room romance. Breakfast is included and served by the saltwater pool in the warmer months. The grounds of this charming inn are beautifully landscaped, so while you may not have an ocean view, you’ll definitely appreciate the scenery!
Winstead Inn and Beach Resort in Harwich
Offering two locations, Winstead Inn in Harwich Center and the Beach Resort in Harwich Port, Winstead Inn and Beach Resort has something for every kind of Cape Cod getaway! Winstead Inn is situated in a quiet, historic area and is an elegant and intimate inn offering amenities like a heated saltwater pool, complimentary continental breakfast, and optional fireplace rooms for maximum coziness at night. The Beach Resort offers a classic beachfront experience with access to its private beach, complimentary continental breakfast, and many rooms even feature ocean views! Either option gives guests a great place to land during their Cape Cod vacation!
Cape Codder Resort and Spa in Hyannis
With an indoor and outdoor water park, Cape Codder Resort and Spa is an easy choice for anyone looking for a great place to stay with kids on Cape Cod! Kids of all ages (and their parents!) will love the water slides and wave pool, and parents that need a break from all that will absolutely adore the onsite full-service spa! Family suites are available in addition to their regular guest rooms, and there are several onsite dining options to choose from when it’s time to refuel. Cape Codder Resort is a great choice for families on Cape Cod!
The Mansion at Ocean Edge Resort in Brewster
The Mansion at Ocean Edge Resort is a AAA Four Diamond-rated property, and from the moment you enter the grounds, you’ll understand why! With a variety of lodging options including beachfront villas, guestrooms, and suites, you’ll find understated elegance and coastal sophistication at every turn at this luxurious Cape Cod hotel. Pamper yourself at the onsite spa, relax with s’mores on the private beach, swim in one of the 5 pools on the property, dine at one of the spectacular onsite restaurants or participate in some unique resort fun like Friday Night Murder Mystery Dinner!
Captain’s House Inn in Chatham Cape Cod
Another quiet and beautiful place to stay in Cape Cod is the Captain’s House Inn in Chatham. What is today a Four-Diamond bed & breakfast in Chatham was once a sea captain’s estate. Captain Hiram Harding built the home for his new bride Lydia. Between the main home, carriage house, Captain’s Cottage, and stables, the inn now has 16 individual rooms for guests.
Editor’s Note: We stayed here in June 2022 and had a lovely experience! This inn is quiet and peaceful and ideal for couples looking for a romantic spot to stay on the Cape. We highly recommend the Hiram Harding room on the first floor of the Captain’s Cottage, which has a distinctive old world library/drawing room vibe. We loved it.
In addition to the comfy rooms, the inn offers plenty of amenities. You can read our review here: Staying at the Captains House Inn, Cape Cod: A Review
Cape Cod makes for a great vacation destination, any time of year. Whether you’re looking for a quiet off-season getaway in the cold winter months or you’re looking to have fun in the sun during the busy summer months, there’s a place to stay on Cape Cod that’s perfect for you!
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