Plenty to do indoors-They have a lazy river, water slides, kiddie area, wave pool, etc. Daily 1hour shows like Magic and reptile shows. Nightly bonfire. Convenience of a restaurant on site, pizza takeout across street and Dunkins. If you don't plan on spending time at the hotel than the cost may not be worth it for you. There are a few activities that have a fee like making an ice cream sundae. Overall a really nice vacation especially where we had some cloudy days.
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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
I truly enjoyed my 3 day stay at the HYANNIS HARBOR HOTEL!! We loved the outdoor pool and the staff was very nice. Easy parking for $20 per day - you can leave the car in the safe parking lot and walk to town and restaurants. Happy to see they have added a new building w/ 60 additional rooms. The Bluewater Restaurant is very good too with reasonable prices, and you can have a drink by the pool! I hope to book again next summer.
Located on Hyannis Harbor, this hotel overlooks the Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard ferries; the JFK Memorial is 1 block away.More
I Was in this hotel for 2 nights with my husband. We liked the facilities but noticed that some areas need some work done. The mattresses seemed cheap and were uncomfortable. I liked the outdoor and indoor pools, however the towels were "rag like" and most of the chairs were sunken.
Located in the heart of Hyannis, this family-friendly resort is steps from Twin Brooks Golf Course and Cape Cod Melody Tent …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.