Quite festive and beautifully decorated for the holiday. The Blue Pig restaurant was amazing and the room was great though we had a handicapped room, shower only, so water traveled onto middle of bath.
great location, most shops were still open
and in true form, what makes Cape May always a special experience. We have found our winter holiday get away for next year.
The positives were the staff, location, and overall hotel feel. The room was AWFUL given the price point. They hotel is old and historic but the rooms are in desparate need of upgrades to be considered a 4 star property. At best this is a 3 star
and even that might be a stretch.
Not only were we given a room for someone impaired, the room was small and terribly tilted! The girl at the desk mentioned we "reserved via internet" while the reservationist provided our room.
There were cob webs above the exterior door and holes
in the walls (if they placed door stops the holes would be avoided).
On a positive note, the bed linens and towels were whiter than white and softer than we experienced at any hotel.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Cape May Winery was fabulous, and 410 Bank Street Restaurant was awesome.
The hotel is beautiful and full of history. Our only complaint was that the bed pillows were too fluffy they did not give an inch so it was impossible to sleep on them. (next time we will bring our own pillows)