Jersey Shore

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The Asbury Hotel
9
5 reviews
Located in a former Salvation Army brick building, there is a spacious swimming pool, a rooftop bar, an outdoor cinema on a separate rooftop lawn known as The Baronet and a backyard beer garden. — Wallpaper
Asbury Ocean Club Hotel
8
2 reviews
It's the first five-star boutique hotel on the Jersey Shore, offering sleek, intimate luxury in the newly buzzing beach town. — The Telegraph
Congress Hall
7
4 reviews
Congress Hall is a 200-year-old hotel that showcases its original features in a fresh and modern package across the street from beach. — Oyster
The StarLux Hotel & Suites
7
3 reviews
The Starlux is a family-friendly boutique hotel with highly stylized 1950s futuristic decor. — Oyster
The Virginia Hotel
7
3 reviews
With turndown and room service, a copy of the New York Times delivered to your door each morning, and transportation throughout town on modified golf carts, the Virginia is a full-service hotel. — Fodor's
Montreal Beach Resort
7
3 reviews
With nothing but Beach Avenue coming between it and the lapping waves of the Atlantic, the inn caters to families who put a premium on proximity to the sand over luxuries. — Travel + Leisure
Blue Palms
7
2 reviews
A block from the boardwalk, this property offers convenient family suites with microwaves, kitchenettes and multiple beds and televisions, as well as discounts at the pier. — Lonely Planet
AA Heart of Wildwood Motels
7
2 reviews
If you’re here for water slides and roller coasters, book a room at Heart of Wildwood, facing the amusement piers. — Lonely Planet
ICONA Avalon
7
2 reviews
A newly reopened, laid-back retreat on a peaceful stretch of the Jersey Shore, with room for up to four. — Jetsetter
Sandpiper Beach Resort
7
2 reviews
Sandpiper Beach Resort offers guests a comfortable, well-kept environment directly across the street from a beautiful beach and in walking distance of several restaurants and shopping. — Oyster
Sea Crest Inn
7
2 reviews
— Fodor's
The Southern Mansion
7
2 reviews
The stunning Italianate mansion, one of the few large estates to survive Cape May's Great Fire of 1879, now serves as a boutique hotel. — Fodor's
Victorian Motel
7
2 reviews
Open year-round, this family oriented motel has practical accomodations, an outdoor pool, a barbecue available for guest use, and a sun deck. — Fodor's
The Queen Victoria
7
2 reviews
Owned by a couple, The Queen Victoria is a beautiful, mid-range B&B in Cape May with 30 rooms in four picturesque homes. — Oyster
Ocean Club Hotel
7
2 reviews
Good choice for those who might prefer more of a hotel experience...located across from the beach, and has a large pool with a tiki bar and a waterfront restaurant. Many of the rooms have balconies. — Oyster
Carroll Villa Hotel
7
2 reviews
Not only do you spend a night in a mansion (Italian villa–style, circa 1882), but the price also buys breakfast downstairs at the Mad Batter, Cape May's wildly popular breakfast spot. — Fodor's
Dolphin Inn
7
1 review
A small motel one block from the boardwalk, Dolphin Inn feels both cleaner and more modern than many of its neighbors. — Oyster
Beach Terrace Motor Inn
7
1 review
The Beach Terrace Motor Inn is one of Wildwood’s larger hotels, with 78 rooms spanning eight stories. — Oyster
Esplanade Suites, a Sundance Vacations Resort
7
1 review
Esplanade Suites, a Sundance Vacations Resort is a 32-room budget motel that appeals to families and those traveling with dogs. — Oyster
Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Wildwood
7
1 review
Days Inn Wildwood is an 80-room budget-friendly hotel that has a great location but is in major need of a facelift. — Oyster
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