The Sea Crest Beach Hotel has been around for as long I have lived on the Cape, but after years and years of vacationers, it was in dire need of a major face lift. Thankfully five years ago, Scout Hotels swooped into town to give this beachside getaway the renovation it so desperately needed.
One of the first things I noticed when I visited the Sea Crest after its renovation is the exceptionally friendly staff who greets you at the door. Every staff member I’ve ever encountered at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel couldn’t be nicer– they clearly enjoy their workplace and their happiness is infectious (I guess being right on the beach helps too!)!
Sea Crest Beach Hotel Guest Rooms
I was excited to finally get a peek at the updated guest rooms (there are 263 rooms in the resort), and they did not disappoint! While the resort maintains the old Cape Cod vibe, the rooms are contemporary and well-appointed. Beach and sea glass colors are carried throughout the interior decorations. There are beautiful glass tile accent walls in the bathrooms and sea grass headboards.
All of the beachfront rooms have their own private balcony, where you can take in views of gorgeous Old Silver Beach (it has the best sunsets!).If you’r’e traveling with your family, you will love the suites that offer two separate rooms: a bed room and a living area with pull out couch and two bathrooms. You can vacation as a family and still have your own space!
The resort offers a TON of activities for individuals and families. Whether it’s beach front yoga or a swim in the indoor pool overlooking the beach (it’s a 700 ft. private beach of the best sand on the Cape!), there is something for everyone. When you arrive, you will find a schedule of activities available to you as a guest (including kids activities!). There is also a heated outdoor saline pool (closes Columbus Day weekend) and an indoor game area and fitness center. If you prefer to explore your surroundings by land or water, you can rent bikes and other watercraft or take a windsurfing lesson.
When it comes to dining, you will find several onsite options. Grab a breakfast sandwich and coffee to go from the Lobby Café or enjoy an ocean-view breakfast buffet. For lunch and dinner, you can dine poolside or at Red’s (named for former hotel owner and famed Celtics’ coach Red Auerbach). During July and August (on Tuesdays), you can also partake in a clambake in the sand on Old Silver Beach.
If you are planning to visit Falmouth and looking for a great place to relax, unwind, whether alone or with the kids, you should definitely consider the Sea Crest Beach Hotel. I’m certain you won’t be disappointed!
To find out more about the Sea Crest Beach Hotel, click HERE. They have some great specials going on for the fall season!
I attended a luncheon and tour provided by the Sea Crest Beach Hotel. All writing and opinions are 100% my own.