The Top Hotels to Book in Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Cape Cod is one of the most popular places to visit in Massachusetts
Cape Cod is one of the most popular places to visit in Massachusetts | © Stephanie Starr / Alamy Stock Photo
Natalie Guerrero

Cape Cod is one of the most popular places to visit in Massachusetts. This spectacular vacation spot has some of the best hotels around, with unique and beautiful places to stay. Here’s our guide to the top 10 best hotels in Cape Cod.

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The Anchor In


The Anchor In
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The Anchor In overlooks the Hyannis Inner Harbor. It is a short walk from the ferry terminal and Cape Cod Maritime Museum. This upscale inn offers beautiful views of Cape Cod.

Brass Key

Hotel, Guesthouse

Brass Key Guesthouse
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The Brass Key is a posh, adult-only complex of nine buildings, just minutes from shops and dining on Commercial Street. The rooms are refined, individually styled and feature fireplaces and whirlpool tubs.

Crowne Pointe Historic Inn and Spa

Spa Hotel, Hotel

Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa
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Crowne Pointe Historic Inn and Spa is a sophisticated late-19th-century hotel, located just 2 minutes from Provincetown Harbor. It is comprised of five buildings, and amenities include a spa, heated pools, a wine bar, a restaurant, and a gourmet breakfast.

Snug Cottage

Bed and Breakfast

Snug Cottage
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Snug Cottage defines itself as a warm, welcoming bed and breakfast with endless opportunities for relaxation. Make your next vacation memorable at Snug Cottage.

Captain Farris House

Hotel, Bed and Breakfast

The Captain Farris House B&B
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This elegant bed and breakfast occupies a 19th-century Greek Revival home. It is located just off the coast of the Nantucket sound, making it a perfect destination for a beach getaway.

Christopher’s by the Bay


Christopher’s By The Bay
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This Provincetown guesthouse has been home to teachers, artists, fishermen and sea captains. This heavenly home away from home sets out to create peace and tranquility in this quaint seaside village.

Liberty Hill Inn

Hotel, Inn

Liberty Hill Inn
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This 1825 home is filled with antique furniture, offers a unique and creative gourmet breakfast and has a full concierge service. This historic home is a beautiful hotel to stay in while in Yarmouth, Cape Cod.

White Porch Inn


White Porch Inn
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Just a minute’s walk from Commercial Street, the White Porch Inn is polished, unique and an award-winning Provincetown hotel.

The Captain’s Manor Inn

Inn, Hotel

The Captain’s Manor Inn
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This is your home away from home in Cape Cod. This bed and breakfast provides elegant lodging to all its guests. You have a choice of over eight guestrooms with private baths and marble fireplaces.

The Inn at Cape Cod


The Inn at Cape Cod
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The Inn at Cape Cod is a perfect synthesis between simplicity and luxury. The fantastic hotel is known for its fine hospitality and beautiful property. Come here for relaxation, tranquility and rest.

Looking for more Cape Cod accommodation? Head to our guide to the top Cape Cod resorts, or check out the best beach hotels – all bookable on Culture Trip. For a unique stay, check out our pick of the most beautiful boutique hotels in Massachusetts, bookable on Culture Trip.

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