Our room was located in a noisey, heavily trafficked hallway. The bed was so soft it felt like a hammock which was not good for my back. Checked out early and front counter staff did not inquire why I was doing so. Water park is as pictured, we went during school break so very crowded, not their fault. Teenagers will be bored, great for ages 13 and below.
Traveller from S
Situated near the airport, this spa resort is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Hyannis Golf Course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Coast Guard …More
A good no frills room if you're looking for a place that is walking distance to shopping and restaurants. This location was a block and a half from all that but definately not walking distance to the beach. That's about a 7 minute drive. To shower and sleep it serves the purpose and it was clean.
Traveller from New Jersey
Located in Main Street Hyannis, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Cape Cod Baseball …More
Several very good restaurants near by, pleasant walk around the harbor. Adjacent to ferry and tour options to the islands and local places of interest.. Staff was very helpful and available. Sparkling pool with a view of the harbor as well.
Near the John F Kennedy museum which was excellent.
Situated near the beach, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame, Hyannis Harbor, and John F …More
Overall, my two kids and I had a good experience at the BW. Herman was very nice at check in and since our room was available we got to check in early. My only complaint would be that the pool was not open and according to my kids the breakfast was terrible. Lol I would also extend the breakfast hours which are 6-9am because while on vacation I'm trying to sleep in. The location of the hotel is great. Very close to everything Hyannis has to offer.
Traveller from Rhode lisland
Located in the heart of Hyannis, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Hyannis Golf Course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Coast Guard …More
Barnstable’s seven villages contain the Cape’s largest population. Tourists visit Hyannis Port for a peak at the Kennedy compound and can learn about the family’s Cape Cod ties at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. Yarmouth, comprised of three villages, is the second-oldest town on Cape Cod and dates back nearly 400 years. Sunbathing, golfing, sailing, shopping, and dining are popular activities.