Courtyard Cape Cod Hyannis

Address: 707 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02601, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 707 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, is near Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory Tour, John F. Kennedy Memorial, Cape Cod Central Railroad, and Cape Cod Beer.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Courtyard Cape Cod Hyannis

    Great room, great price, great location

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    Positive:

    -2 Queen beds (most Hyannis have 2 DB)

    -very clean

    -Free HS internet

    -Refrigerator in room

    -Located right next to the CapeCod Mall

    -Friendly staff, very helpful, no overdoing it like at the SeaCoast inn

    -Good affordable full breakfast

    -Plenty of free parking spaces

    -4 different entrances, your room is near one of them, lobby is at the main entrance.

    -I was traveling with my mother and we got the senior discount for 127.00

    -2 miles from Kalmus beach

    -4 miles from Craigville beach(much better beach than Kalmus)

    Negative:

    -The room is shaped like a giant L, the lobby and the pool/fitness are at opposite ends, so it could be a "long " walk to either place depending where your room is located. Our room was near the pool.

    Delighted with the choice

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    If you are staying in Hyannis , I would highly recommend this hotel , very clean , spacious , very friendly staff , great breakfast , great location - I will be back .

    Kids had fun at the courtyard

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    Good hotel, staff friendly, room clean, the kids loved the pool.

    The Courtyard - good, clean, value

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    The Cape is notorious for it's small, old and sometimes dirty hotel rooms. What a wonderful surprise to find this new, well maintained, clean, friendly hotel. Our room was spotless, roomy, and smelled fresh. The bathroom was also nice. There are no luxurious upgrades, but everything you really need in a hotel room is provided. And, another surprise was the complementary coffee and tea in the spacious lobby where you can watch tv while waiting for friends, or just talk to the extremely helpful staff who know the area well and are happy to give advice and directions to attractions and restaurants. The price was reasonable for this area and the hotel was well worth it, especially when compared to others on the Cape that are more expensive and less nice. For example, during this trip, we left the Courtyard to go to a conference at the Sea Crest in Falmouth. What a disappointment it was. It was old and poorly maintained. The bathroom was too small. And it cost over one hundred dollars more a night than the Courtyard. So, if you are going to Hyannis and don't want luxury, just a nice, clean, well maintained friendly hotel, stay at the Courtyard.

    Comfortable Stay

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    My wife and I recently stayed here for one night during a quick trip to Cape Cod. We found the property to be clean, quiet and near many places to eat, and righ next to a large mall (my wife liked that). I liked the free internet access and the ability to park our car close to our room. The hotel in not close to the water which I suppose would be a downside during the "season". But we were there on a cold day and being away from the water seemed fine with us. I'd give it a consideration if you are looking for a predictable place to stay.

    Very Pleased

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    I stayed at the Courtyard by Marriott last November based on the reviews posted here. I cancelled 2 other reservations - also based on the reviews I read here. I have to say that it is getting more and more difficult to find affordable, decent, clean lodgings on Cape Cod.

    The Courtyard was just right: clean, comfortable rooms, nicely furnished and decorated. Perhaps a bit small, but on the Cape, one frequently has to give up an ammenity or two in favor of cleanliness and affordability. :-)

    NOTE: ALL rooms do NOT have microwaves as was reported by another poster. We didn't have one, though we did have a refrigerator. There is also a microwave in the lobby area, which guests are permitted to use.

    Staff was courteous and responsive to our needs. We requested some non-feather pillows, which were delivered quickly to our room.

    We didn't use the pool, but only because time didn't allow. We did stop by and look it over. It was clean and the water was warm. The exercise room is very small, but adequate.

    Enjoyed the Marriott Courtyard

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    We had a wonderful stay at the Marriott Courtyard. The hotel was spotless. It's staff was very helpful and it was convenient to ferries, shopping, dining, etc. I would suggest courtyard side of hotel, I believe it is more quiet. Every room I am told, now has a refrigerator and microwave, ours did. I found this very helpful.

    We plan to stay there again, soon.

    Courtyard Marriott Very Nice!

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    We're staying at the Courtyard now, connected through their free internet access. This hotel really is a delightful surprise. It feels like it's been recently renovated. Everything is well lit and tastefully decorated. Our room overlooks the courtyard, and has a nice window seat next to a window that actually opens. The hotel is conveniently located next to a mall, which appears to have a Sears, Filene's and a large Barnes and Noble. It's a quick ride to the ferries out to Nantucket and Martha's Vinyard. I would definitely recommend the Courtyard Marriott as a nice place to stay in Hyannis.

    A wonderful surprise

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    We recently stayed at the Marriott Courtyard in Hyannis as a last resort. What a wonderful surprise. The rate was great. The rooms were big, spacious and clean. Everything looks sparkling clean and recently renovated. For some reason I was even delighted that the hallways were wide and well lit (rather than the usual crowded and dingy tunnels). We had quite a nice little breakfast buffet with eggs and sausage, etc in the morning, a nice change from stale muffins and donuts at some hotels. This hotel is located next to a zillion malls and outlets so if you are a shopaholic this place is for you. It is not near any beaches or scenic areas, so you will have to get about by car.

    Very nice!

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    What a nice hotel. It was extremely clean and the staff was very polite and helpful. We had trouble with the key when we arrived, but front desk clerk attended to the problem right away. My son used the pool and liked it a lot. I'd stay at this hotel again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard Cape Cod Hyannis

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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