FAQs & Traveler's Tips
Q - What Time Is Check-In and Check-Out?
A: Check-in is at 3:00 p.m. and Check-out is at 11:00 a.m. Guests must be 21 or older to make a reservation.
A: The Hyannis Holiday Motel does not allow pets.
A: Parking fees are subject to change. Please check with the hotel for the most up-to-date pricing. Pricing is $15 per day, per car.
A: Yes, there is a Guest Laundry accessible for hotel guests. Please contact the front desk for current hours of operation.
A: The hotel has 2 floors and no elevators.
A: We offer Wi-Fi internet throughout the entire hotel.
A: May - October: You must cancel 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid a cancellation penalty of one night's room and tax. Cancellation policies may vary by date and rate plan.
A:Indoor Pool: April - June: 9am - 7pm
Outdoor Pool: July - September: 8am - 10pm
Please note: When the pools open in April, only one pool is open at any given time. We choose the one that is best given the current weather conditions. Hours of operation are subject to change.
A: Veterans Park Beach (http://capecodonline.com/cape-cod-beaches/barnstable/veterans-beach) and Kalmus Beach (http://capecodonline.com/cape-cod-beaches/barnstable/kalmus).
Traveler's TipsQ. How far is Hyannis from Boston?
A: Hyannis is 83 miles from the center of downtown Boston. Depending on traffic and time of day, driving from Hyannis to Boston can take between 1 and a ½ to 2 hours.
A: Originally a village, Hyannis was named after the Native American Iyannough, who was a sachem of the Cummaquid tribe native to the area. The village is also the namesake of the former US naval ship the USS Hyannis.
A: In addition to our on-site restaurant, travelers to Hyannis should try out hot spots like the Black Cat Tavern, British Beer Company, or Portside Tavern for authentic New England seafood and locally-sourced dishes.
A: When traveling with the family a must-see are the Cape Cod Duckmobiles. Main Street is also a great place to grab a gelato. The Cape Codder Water Park is a beautiful indoor water park that offers fun for the kids no matter what the season.
A: Cape Cod and the Hyannis area offer some of the best whale watching in New England. Whales migrate to Cape Cod annually to feed on local fish, and there are tour operators all throughout the cape, including Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises.