Bayside Resort Hotel

Address: 225 Route 28, West Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02673, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Bayside Resort Hotel West Yarmouth

      Would not go again, Even if given Free Accommodation here

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      After researching many hotels in Cape Code, we decided to stay at the Bayside as it received Best Cape Cod Resort - How bad could it be!!! We stayed in September of 2003 and were extremely disappointed. The room was a 'Bayview' and we paid extra as we thought this was an upgraded room, but it was large and looked cold, with little furniture. The Shower had no power whatsoever and the balcony was really bad. Also the door between the room and balcony did not lock properly. We had a chat with reception, but they informed us that there was nothing they could do as all other rooms booked up. We tried to stick with it, but the last straw was going to breakfast the next morning and seeing a kitchen smaller than my one at home. Also there was little selection for Breakfast. We checked out on the second day. If you are looking for basic, cheap accommodation then this is your place, but if you like a little comfort then I would NOT Recommend this. We ended up staying at the Radisson for about the same price and although it was a little basic, it was 100 times better then the Bayview. The Cove looked lovely & the Cape Codder is also very nice. Also If you are in the area, ensure you check out the 'Yarmouth House' restaurant as it is absolutely fab.

      Quick, cheap getaway !!

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      Great Place to stay with kids during school vacations. Close to places to eat and shop. Indoor Pool and Jacuzzi. Went to this place in the winter so, did not use the outddor pool or "Beach"... But had a good time, with our 3 yr old, just relaxing by and in the pool.

      Excellent Stay, very clean well maintained property

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      I have stayed in many hotels all over and can honestly say that this is a great hotel. The staff are always warm and friendly and the rates are very reasonable. While it might not have all the mod cons of a city hotel the property is always well maintained and very clean. The indoor bar is small but warm and friendly, make sure you put a dollar on the ceiling! The indoor pool with hot tub is great if the weather is bad, otherwise there's the outside pool and bar ;-)

      No Wonder they're "The Best Mid Cape Resort/Hotel"

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      No wonder the Bayside was voted the Best Mid Cape Resort/Hotel! My husband and I had a fantastic time here. We stayed in one of their Bayview Jacuzzi Suites that has a huge two person jacuzzi right in the room! AND a sundeck AND a view of the Bay! I've never received better customer service and the entire hotel was immaculant!Good job bayside! Keep up the good work! We will definately be back! Thank you!Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. Pereillo

      Beautiful Bayside

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      I am really disappointed to see that people were unhappy with their stay at the Bayside Resort. I frequently stay at this hotel and I stay in the Bayview Rooms and they are beautiful!! The bartender Miguel is one of the friendliest people I have met and everyone on staff is so incredible friendly and so willing to help. The rooms are very clean and neat just like the rest of the hotel.

      Wouldn't go back

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      I wish I had seen the last review before we visited on October 9th, 2003. I agree. The swamp in front of the beach was kind of gross, forget the view of Lewis Bay. The description of the deluxe room on the internet is misleading, the jaccuzi is NOT in the bedroom. The pub on the premises is tiny, bartender didn't know how to get the ballgame on, and there wasn't any food. Wouldn't go back.

      Bayside Resort not really a resort

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      I do not reccomend this hotel for young or middle age adults nor couples, as well as families with children. The hotel is very outdated and cheesy. There is never a manager when you need one. I would recommend this hotel to older adults. It is more of their ambience. The beach they speak of is very tiny and you can see the Lewis Bay once you pass looking at the weeds/ swamp. very dissapinted.

      Best Hotel on the Cape for the Price

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      Great hotel! Clean comfortable rooms, Great ammenities. Views if the water. Fun outdoor pool and cabana bar during the day. Great little pub at night. No need to leave! We stayed in a Jacuzzi suite... It was worth the money!

      I Was Robbed Here!

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      DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!!!!While it looks nice on the outside there's a lot more going on at the Bayside Resort than Beauty. I was ROBBED $800. I had this money tucked away in my suit case in a pocket where nobody could find it. When I left to go to the local CVS, I came back not even knowing that our hotel room was broken into because the door was still locked, We went about getting ready for a fun night out, about to leave I went to grab my money ( shouldn't have left it anyway) it was GONE!! While comimg out of my room the so called managers were already walking around the halls outside our room, I called the West Yarmouth Police Dept. they came however they couldn't really do much, they did however find other pry marks on the majority of the doors, but the funny thing was, someone painted over these marks. Looks to me like it was an inside job. I'm sure it's happened to other people here. Tere is absolutely no way anyone would have found my money unless they were watching where I put it!!! HIDDEN CAMERAS! BEWARE OF THIS!

      Best hotel

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      i love the bayside resort hotel. it is affordable, beautiful and clean with a free continental breakfast.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Bayside Resort Hotel West Yarmouth

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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