Definitely overpriced. Steep hideous staircases from the 60's to get to your car ..or you can walk forever to use 1 small nasty elevator. Renovated??? Oh my!!! Ugliest hotel ever. The carpet looks nasty in the halls and along the walls in the rooms. Its all frayed along the seems. The walls are hideous. Narrow hallways that are sweltering --no Air cond. The room we were in was WEIRD! A bed was on the lower level with little room. The furniture was just ridiculous and had very little storage. The bathrooms that were supposedly granite were horrid. No place to put toothbrush etc ...a little circle sink. The granite is ugly tan on the walls. It all just doesn't make sense! Whoever spent the money and designed renovations should be fired. Pop-corn ceilings are OUT! The narrow stairs going up to the "loft" were so low-end and dangerous for kids and elderly. Upstairs was a crappy pull out with a weird bathroom with no door...again done in ugly granite! Everything is SLOPPY. If they paid millions in renovations...it must have been absolutely hideous before. The breakfasts were nasty and they made me get up from breakfast with two children who should have eaten free to walk to the main desk and get a coupon for each of them. Yet, on the menu...they were to eat free anyway! Although they advertise dinner...uhmm...you have to eat it on little tables in the bar or your ROOM! There were no drapes on the upstairs door that went to what they made sound like a gorgeous deck. HMM! wow. We were between rooftops. There was absolutely nothing to look at. Bill, the manager changed our late check out to 12. He had also decided to charge us an upgrade fee of $50 per day and $75 on weekends. It wasn't worth it trust me! When Bill wasn't at the desk I called again and was told I could check out at 2 as I previously had been told. Then they locked us out of our room early .Thus,we couldn't even get in to leave a tip. Poor management! Poor design! Poor quality food! Poor communication! We dreaded being in the dungeon (room). It is dreary, dark and a waste of your vacation dollars!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The newest addition to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Located on Cape Cod Hyannis, MA, home of the JFK Memorial. The Holiday Inn Cape Cod Hyannis Hotel, is conveniently located to US-6 and Route 132. The hotel is 5 minutes from Barnstable Regional Airport (HYA). This beautiful property is located between Cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound. We are surrounded by breathtaking views, historic charm and fine dining. Only minutes from Hyannis which boasts the area's largest concentration of businesses, shops, restaurants, and entertainment spots. In the main street and waterfront district you'll find Hyannis Harbor, the Village Green, the JFK Hyannis Museum, the JFK Memorial Park, and much more. This contemporary, stylish hotel offers 196 spacious guest rooms where you may select from a king, or two double beds. Special in-room amenities include complimentary wireless high-speed Internet, 27-inch television, movie channels, in room games and in room safe. Bi-level, Jacuzzi suites are also available. The Holiday Inn Cape Cod Hyannis Hotel features full meeting facilities, 24-hour fitness center, indoor pool, business services, lounge and restaurant. Hyannis hosts a variety of attractions including; Craigville Beach, Kalmus Beach, Orrin Keyes Beach, Veterans Beach, JFK Memorial, John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, golf courses, Cape Cod Central Railroad, and Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Hyannis Hotel Hyannis
- Hyannis Holiday Inn
- Holiday Inn Hyannis Cape Cod