Cape Codder Resort & Spa


Cape Codder Resort and Spa

Cape Codder Resort and Spa

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1301 Reviews

A true Cape Cod family favourite

The Cape Codder Resort & Spa is a firm family favourite, with its indoor wave pool and water slides, Beach plum Spa, kids playground and wide range of sports and activities. It also boasts a great location from which to explore the Cape and all its beaches, villages and wonderful restaurants packed with fresh Atlantic seafood. The village of Hyannis is within easy walking distance if you can tear yourself away from the comforts of this welcoming hotel.

  • Family friendly hotel
  • Hearth 'n Kettle Restaurant
  • Indoor wave pool and heated outdoor pool
  • Beach Plum Spa

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

  • Check-in Time:
  • Check-out Time:
  • Transfer duration: approx 2 hrs from Boston Logan International Airport.

Main Facilities

  • Fitness facilities
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

For Families

  • Family Rooms
  • Kid's Pool
Location Highlights

Cape Codder Resort and Spa

  • Approx 2 hrs from Boston Logan International Airport.
  • Prime location in the centre of Hyannis, Cape Cod
  • Bars and Restaurants within walking distance
1301 Reviews 67% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 455
  • Very Good 419
  • Average 233
  • Poor 98
  • Terrible 96

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness


Jan 17, 2018

Great time


I went with my kids to the Cape Codder for my sons birthday. We had an excellent time. We were upgraded to a pool view which was very awesome. The wave pool is really nice as well as stormy river aka lazy river.This is our second year in a row going there.
Jan 14, 2018

Extended Family in The Residences

Boston, Massachusetts

We stayed in a family suite in "The Residences" portion of the Cape Codder and it was fantastic. The suite is one of the best family suites we have had: clean, modern, bright and new. Fireplace and jacuzzi tub, and 3 bathrooms! The linens and beds were comfortable (memory foam toppers). Two bedrooms with doors that close with a living area and spacious kitchenette in between. Pullout couch in the living area. Finally enough room for our family of 5 and could have absorbed a couple of cousins too. For breakfast we mostly called and ordered take-out from their on-site Hearth & Kettle restaurant and would run downstairs and pick it up in 10 minutes --they have room service too, but this was just as easy for me and a big cost save. The fitness room is large and very bland, but functional. One little TV, a few treadmills, ellipticals & an AMT & many Nautilus-type weights. It is up a weird dark stairway, which is not very inviting and needs better light and signage. The water park was very good for my kids (ages 6, 9, 11) and was not at all crowded (near empty) on Friday & Saturday and then almost at full capacity on Sunday (of a 3 day weekend) -- but even then it was less crowded than Coco Keys in Boston. The wave pool was a big hit. The cabana snack bar was perfect and well staffed and had good Lazy River Rum Punches, soft pretzels & loaded nachos... In fact, the whole resort was very well-staffed, even for it being a slow weekend. I walked into their arcade, which has a prize counter and nobody was in there, but there were still 2 helpful workers in the room. The cleaning crews were always out in the hallways and maid service did not need prompting. The outdoor pool would be open if you called and requested it to be opened (a little odd) -- and my major request here is that they should change the hot tub rules for the off season. Now, nobody under 14 can use the hot tub. I get that, but for the outdoor pool in the middle of winter off-season, perhaps it could be changed to let "kids under 14 into the hot tub, if accompanied by a parent and if it was before 7PM" (or some other time). It was sad for my kids to want to swim and then be denied the warm up in the hot tub, when we were THE ONLY family on the pool deck. The hotel is in the middle of a very commercial retail area, but not a cute walking part. In fact its on a multi-lane rotary and 3/4 of my party passed it the first time they tried to find it --which leads to a confusing way to get back. We booked a dinner at the Naked Oyster on Main St about 3 miles away and that street was Cape Cod quaint, and we passed every big box chain retail along the way (Olive Garden, Dunkin, Whole Foods, Bed Bath Beyond, etc.) BTW, Naked Oyster was great for date night. Our rooms seemed to be the most upscale part of the hotel. Looking in the many rooms we passed on the way to the pool (2 double beds on the 1st floor), they looked ok, but like they were at a different hotel in terms of decor. The hallways were long and plain (and not as cold as some other reviewers mentioned). I was surprised how far and how many corridors we had to go down to get to the pool --fine for us, but I read that many grandparents take their littles here and I know that would be a problem for some of them, like my mom. I suppose you could ask to be closer, and maybe it is different in the summer when some of the cut throughs might be open. It was a little like the saying when you have to "go around your butt to get to your elbow" whenever we went to the pool or fitness room or spa. Parking was easy and the elevator was fast. No bellhops, at least in the off season. They let you stay and use the water park until 2PM on check-out day, even though check out is at 11. We did not get lucky with ANY grace period on checkout, so we had to use the locker room after the pool. It was fine, not great or spa like, but it had a few showers, changing rooms, and a lone hair dryer. Oddly there are no towel hooks anywhere near the showers and the floors are all wet, so I am not sure how often people really use them. Overall, we had fun and really loved the luxury room we were in. The other regular rooms were much more reasonably priced, but I'm not sure I could stay in them now and not sure I'd go back for the price of the luxury Residences.
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Cape Codder Resort and Spa


Fitness Centre

Courtyard and Gardens

Seabreeze Gift Shop

Beach Plum Spa & Med-Spa

Indoor Wave Pool

Heated Outdoor Pool

Cape Codder Resort and Spa

Room Types

Deluxe Room

Deluxe rooms have one king or two queen beds and are located on the first or second floor.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath
  • Hairdryer
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Shower over bath
  • Towels included
  • TV

Deluxe Room including Resort Fee



Cape Codder Resort and Spa

Food & Drink

Hearth ‘n Kettle

Grand Cru Wine Bar & Grill

The Deck

During the summer season, join us for breakfast, lunch, or to enjoy dinner under the stars in our lush Courtyard. Open July - August