If you’re traveling to Cape May for Restaurant Week, you’ll need a place to stay! Cape May offers various accommodations types to suit your taste and budget.
Cape May’s B&Bs are upscale accommodations, most located in historic Victorian houses. They offer either a seated or continental breakfast and the convenience of an on-site innkeeper to help with the details of your visit.
Cape May has a variety of hotels, from luxury oceanfront accommodations with on-site restaurants, to historic Victorian-era inns, to affordable beachfront motels with swimming pools—perfect for family vacations.
Guest Houses are private accommodations that offer either single rooms or suites, and the amenities you’d expect at a hotel.