Twenty Cape-style cottages and an attractive hotel make up this traditionally elegant resort by the sea. Set on 22 acres of shaded landscape partially surrounded by Pleasant Bay, the Wequassett is an informally upscale resort. An attentive staff, evening entertainment, fun in the sun, and golf at the exclusive Cape Cod National Golf Club are just a few of the benefits you can count on at Wequassett. Chef James Hackney's creative globally inspired cuisine graces the menus of the three restaurants—the star being the sophisticated 28 Atlantic, one of the top destination restaurants on the Cape.
Sep 19, 2007
Our 1st stay last spring (pre-season to miss the big crowds of kids) was pleasant, quiet, and although there was limited service--no bellhop, 1 restaurant of 3 open--felt luxurious and pampered. This Sept. stay (again, shoulder season)was awful. The maintenance men were banging around in our cottage attic space above our heads, disconnecting the electricity by accident, setting off the smoke detector, the carpet was filthy, and we could clearly
hear 1)the constant cell phone conversation of the room on one side and 2) the 1:30am arrival of the drunk conventioneers on the other side. Soundproofing was non existent. The Manager was very sorry, mentioning the winter construction is going to build some quieter rooms with soundproofing. For $750/waterfront room OFF SEASON, I can't believe anyone would stay here with other guests on property. The few pluses: attractive rooms, very good food. We regularly pay well over $1,000/night at 4 Seasons, Mandarin Oriental etc. This resort is a wannabe--nowhere near the league of the top tier. Fodor's needs to revisit and re-rate, or what's the point of this website???