by Amanda Geronikos
The Camelot Motel in Cape May, New Jersey, is just steps from the beautiful beach. It’s also within walking distance of mini-golf courses, bike rental vendors, and a plethora of restaurants. The motel offers comfortable accommodations in five variations: Deluxe Motel Room (sleeps four), 1-Bedroom Efficiency Suite (sleeps six), a 1-Bedroom Apartment (sleeps six), 2-Bedroom Efficiency Suite (sleeps eight) and a 2-Bedroom Apartment (sleeps eight). Standard rooms have coffeemakers and mini-fridges, while efficiency units and apartments have fully equipped kitchenettes with mini-fridges, microwaves, coffeemakers, toasters, and two- (efficiency) or four-burner (apartment) stove-tops. All guestrooms have flat-screen televisions and complimentary Wi-Fi.
The hotel, which is open year-round, features a seasonal outdoor pool, bike racks, and barbecue grills. Parking is free (one car per unit).
Check-in is at 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 a.m.
Our Editor Loves
- Apartments with kitchenettes
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Barbecue grills
- Free Wi-Fi
A nice place to stay in Cape May: clean, great location, friendly staff, comfortable rooms. Free on-site parking. Affordable yet very nice. I would stay again. We had an efficiency and liked the convenience of eating breakfast in our room and being able to make a lunch to take with us as we enjoyed the town.
My family has been going to Camelot since 2007. My mom fell the end of July and our reservations were for mid August , my mom had to leave after one night because the pain was so bad and she went right to the hospital, x-rays revealed she had a broken back. Owner would not refund them their money back even though it was a dire situation.
My dad said it was a bad room and even if they stayed the bathroom was to tight for my mom. I personally never liked staying here I just went because my other family members went here . The owner swims in the pool that is meant for paying guests so classless. All I know is that karma does exist and if she had any decency she would have funded my 80 year old parents money which was over a Thousand dollars. Stealing at its best.