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The Southern Mansion

The Southern Mansion Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Southern Mansion is a four-pearl property in Cape May that gets high points for its style and ambience. The interior decor combines Southern charm (such as a wrap-around porch with wooden rocking chairs) and eccentric flourishes (such as a leopard-print carpet). Its free breakfast, which includes a continental spread plus made-to-order hot dishes, is also another major perk. Travelers looking for closer access to the beach will be disappointed with The Southern Mansion's location closer to Washington Street Mall and should consider looking into Mission Inn. And note: Only children over the age of 10 are allowed on the property.
The Mission Inn

The Mission Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Unlike the majority of the Victorian-style bed and breakfasts in the Cape May area, or anywhere on the East Coast, the Mission Inn, built in 1912, was constructed in the classic California Spanish architectural style. Perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway by the beach, the upscale inn includes individually designed rooms (each themed after a different California mission) and an impressive home-cooked daily breakfast.
Seapointe Village Resort

Seapointe Village Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This massive, 17-acre oceanfront resort attracts families with its spacious condos and rental homes, four large pools, private beach, and plentiful amenities. The 200-plus rental units at Seapointe Village, available only for weekly rentals during peak season, are all individually owned -- so the decor and renovations vary widely. Rentals are on the pricy side for Wildwood Crest, but you won’t find better amenities for miles around. Just remember to stock your kitchen, because there’s no on-site restaurant at the resort -- just a small beach cafe.
Ocean Club Hotel

Ocean Club Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

In Cape May, an historic town with charming Victorian-era architecture and bed and breakfasts, the Ocean Club Hotel breaks the mold, and is a good choice for those who might prefer more of a hotel experience. It’s located across from the beach, and has a large pool with a tiki bar and a waterfront restaurant. Many of the rooms have balconies.
La Sammana Resort

La Sammana Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The modern 62-room La Sammana Resort is an mid-range timeshare property on Brigantine Island situated two blocks away from the beach and a 15-minute drive to Atlantic City. Contemporary studios and one- and two-bedroom suites have flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, and living rooms, though the decor is a bit dated with some '80s touches. The hotel has a small pool on a rooftop sundeck with lovely beach views, as well as a small fitness center. A modern lounge offers a collection of books and board games and a flat-screen TV. The property has a one week minimum stay, however, and shorter bookings may incur a fee. The hotel can fill up during the season, and travelers seeking something comparable in the area should consider the nearby Legacy Vacation Club Brigantine Beach, which also features all-suite accommodations.
The Flanders Hotel

The Flanders Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 94-suite Flanders Hotel is a historic, mid-range property located directly on the Ocean City boardwalk planks with easy access to the beach, neighboring amusement park, and all sorts of other fun and food that the area has to offer. The property has a lovely heated outdoor pool with shaded seating (open seasonally), as well as a day spa and fitness center. Breakfast and lunch are served daily at the on-site restaurant, and dinner is available in season. Suites are pleasantly decorated, though some of the furnishings are dated, and range in size from one- to five-bedroom units with separate living rooms and either kitchenettes or full kitchens. Some feature lovely ocean views and larger penthouses are also available with fireplaces and panoramic views. Unfortunately, the beachfront location means suites are pricey and get outside noise, but that's the trade-off guests make to experience this top boardwalk hotel and its lively atmosphere. There are several other comparable properties in the area like the Wild Dunes Inn, Biscayne Suites, or the Beach Club Suites, so travelers should compare rates.
Port Royal Hotel

Port Royal Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Port Royal is among the pricier beachfront properties in Wildwood Crest, but it’s also one of the more stylish. This 100-room, family-friendly hotel features classic nautical decor, a great outdoor pool, and comfortable rooms with ocean-view balconies. An on-site restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but they serve no booze, as the whole town of Wildwood Crest is dry of alcoholic beverages.
Albert Stevens Inn

Albert Stevens Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Albert Stevens Inn is a mid-range, three-pearl bed and breakfast in a peaceful, residential neighborhood in Cape May. The 10-room, antique-filled property attracts couples looking for a quiet place to stay with lots of great perks like free bike rentals, gourmet breakfasts, and an afternoon snack reception. Rooms are decorated in a traditional style and offer a mix of high-tech and low-tech entertainment (think flat-screen TVs and board games). The two verandas (one open-air and one covered) offer nice places to relax, but there is not much else in the way of features. The nearby Southern Mansion is a comparable bed and breakfast option.
The Queen Victoria

The Queen Victoria Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Owned by a couple, The Queen Victoria is a beautiful, mid-range B&B in Cape May with 30 rooms in four picturesque homes. Decorated with charming antique furnishings, the hotel has an excellent location as well -- it’s a short walk to the beach and Washington Street Mall. A tasty breakfast buffet and afternoon tea and snack service are served daily. Queen Victoria has bicycles guests can borrow and outdoor showers for cleaning off after a day at the beach. Another nearby option, Avondale by the Sea, is directly across the street from the ocean, but it’s not a charming B&B.
Pan American Hotel

Pan American Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Pan American Hotel is among the pricier beachfront properties in Wildwood Crest, but it’s also one of the more stylish. The lobby has a cool modern-meets-retro travel theme, and the rooms have private balconies, mini-fridges, and (at least partial) ocean views. The property highlight is the killer pool. There’s an on-site restaurant, but no booze (Wildwood Crest is dry of alcohol). Those who want to be closer to the boardwalk should consider the slightly cheaper Blue Palms.


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