Sea Crest Beach Hotel Review
TripAdvisor Rating: 320 Family Reviews
Address: 350 Quaker Road, N. Falmouth MA 02556
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Editor’s Review of Sea Crest Beach Hotel
... more The Sea Crest Beach Hotel began its operations as a family vacation destination in 1962, when Boston Celtic president "Red" Auerbach and friends purchased the property. They converted it into a year-round resort in 1971. Recently, the hotel received a full renovation to the tune of more than $15 million! Today, the 263-room resort is a secluded and still-family-friendly destination on West Falmouth's Buzzards Bay. Two saline pools, one indoor and one outdoor, lead the path to Old Silver Beach, where rows of orange-and-white striped umbrellas and white chairs face toward the setting sun. Onsite dining, seasonal activities for kids and nautically themed rooms serve as the ultimate in family vacation relaxation.
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- One of few Cape Cod hotels located directly on a beach
- Daily activities and family programs
- Indoor & outdoor heated pools for year-round visits
- Children's Program
- DVD Player
- Family Room 5+
- Game Room
- Kids' Pool
- Laundry Service
- Onsite Dining
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RoomsAfter receiving a massive multi-million dollar renovation, Sea Crest looks like a modern and upscale beach resort. Formerly a motel, the remnant motel look remains, with first-, second- and some third-story rooms located in wings with walk-out decks or porches and interior front-door corridors.
Each guestroom features a flat-screen TV, mini-fridge and a writing desk. Sofa beds and sitting areas are available in some rooms. Room types include Standard Rooms with king or double beds that sleep up to four; Sundeck Rooms and Oceanfront Rooms with either balconies or patios; Fireplace Rooms, which only come with a king bed and sofa bed to sleep four; and Oceanview Rooms.
Madcap and Hot Foot rooms are furthest from the beach and the views. Some rooms overlook the parking lot and grounds, so be sure to ask if you want to see the bay. The outdoor pool area can be quite loud during peak season; if that is a problem, avoid Arabella rooms. Then again, request a walkout Arabella room if you'd like to watch the kids in the pool from the patio.